This week, Parul Sehgal’s review of Salman Rushdie, Nell Painter on Romare Bearden, the Bret Stephens/David Karpf “bedbug” beef, Jenna Wortham on whiteness in current cinema, the infiltration of conservative media by white nationalists, and more.
What makes this music hardcore, a term that has meant many things to many genres, is technical mastery.
In The Power of Cute Simon May posits that “cute” is a modern-day iteration of the Renaissance archetype of the monstrous.
The poetry of Ariana Reines outlines a utopian prospect where suffering can be transformed into benevolent light.
A look at three paintings from the cusp of the 20th century that make a powerful argument for beauty.
The works at Center for Book Arts embrace a wide spectrum of emotions and subjectivities outside of White-centric definitions of what an “American” is.
In Amanda Lee Koe’s debut novel, the lives of Marlene Dietrich, Anna May Wong, and Leni Riefenstahl are intertwined with changes in the world and with one another.
We in America have some idea of what is going in art in China, Japan, and South Korea, but we seem to know almost nothing about contemporary Taiwanese art.
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North America leads in the number of newly completed or announced art museums and other cultural projects, but Asia is catching up with the world’s costliest constructions.
The posters promote the congresswoman’s environmental plan with WPA-style lithographs highlighting monuments from Queens and the Bronx in New York City.
The new game Telling Lies turns players into detectives, having them sort through surveillance footage to understand what to look for and find the truth.