MAU is too charmed by its subject to nail down what he has achieved, or why people should even care about him in the first place.
Yamasaki’s most well-known projects — the twin towers and the Pruit-Igoe housing project — were both destroyed on national television.
With the opening of the new, $40 million structure in East Williamsburg, it poses the question of its role in the local arts community — one of collaboration or conquest?
Emily Rapp Black’s new book cuts though self-serving interpretations of disabled bodies like Kahlo’s, which have long emphasized the comfort or pleasure of others.
Beth B’s biographical documentary The War is Never Over has a DIY sensibility befitting the No Wave performer.
A memoir-in-essays, Pop Song is at its most satisfying when the author assembles an arsenal of visual artists to express the ineffable.
Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts works with the scant available details of the artist’s life to tell his story.