This week, a world expert on grief, drone innovations in the time of quarantine, Terrence McNally’s fascinating life, how to properly wash your hands, and more.
Gomez’s songs fit standard teenpop/R&B codes while excising the genre’s usual false cheer to achieve a cold minimalism.
The French poet juxtaposed the details of printing and production in a book that he imagined as a theatrical production.
Titian was, as the great English poet Geoffrey Chaucer would put it, a ‘man’s man,’ accustomed to showing off his posturing pride.
In Atlanta, the pride-affirming work of the African American self-taught artist Charles Williams comes into focus in a new, well-researched exhibition.
In his new work, Amenoff transforms his imagery while retaining his powerhouse color.
What anchors Chuck Webster’s work is drawing; he is not afraid to reveal himself through this age-old practice, using whatever means are at his disposal.