If cities had such things as official botanicals, New York City’s might be the flower bouquet.
Providence, Rhode Island-based multi-hyphenate Brian Chippendale is best known as the masked drummer and howling vocalist of noise-rock duo Lightning Bolt. He’s also a RISD dropout, cartoonist, and artist.
Last summer I found this copy of a book I’d long been curious about on the “discard” shelves of the East Hampton Library.
The 9th-century Lindau Gospels, named for its former home at the Lindau Abbey on Lake Constance in Germany, wasn’t the first book J. Pierpont Morgan purchased for his library, but in the collections of the Morgan Library & Museum, it’s labeled “MS M. 1.”
The name of Chinese actress and pop singer Fan Bingbing has been cropping up more and more frequently in the headlines of Western news publications.
Weimar book artists mashed up the styles of new art movements — Expressionism, New Objectivity, Constructivism, plus photography — to design unique and politically provocative covers and jackets.
Art Nouveau’s organic shapes surfaced thanks to some underwater inspiration.
Psychotherapy as we know it today wouldn’t exist without the so-called female “hysterics” of the late 19th and early 20th century.
With the rapid development of transportation infrastructure in the 20th century, much of our urban land was shrouded in shadow.
Poetry not always but periodically seeks its upper limit — music, as readers of Louis Zukofsky know — and that includes Juliana Spahr’s.
Midway through the retrospective of Belgian artist Marcel Broodthaers currently at the Museum of Modern Art, the visitor comes across the witty short film La Pluie (Projet pour un texte) [The Rain (Project for a text), 1969].
Dave Hickey has had some … trouble with women before.