An archival show has to be judged, in part, by the depth to which it mines the archive.
Daniel Felsenthal writes fiction and nonfiction. His work has been published in the Los Angeles Review of Books, The Point, The Village Voice, L.A. Weekly, and 3:AM Magazine, among other publications. He lives in New York.
The Baroque Splendor of Christianity Meets East Village Bohemia
Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt’s glittery assemblages point toward both his working-class Catholic upbringing in New Jersey and New York tenement life.
Frederick Wiseman Films the Humanity of a Midwestern Town in 2018
Monrovia, Indiana isn’t quite the scintillating investigation into life in a red state that audiences might expect.