LGBTQ Pride month is now. Every day in June, we are celebrating the community by featuring one queer art worker and asking them to reflect on what this moment means to them.
This week, John Bolton’s late revelations; the difference between photography in books, exhibitions, and on screens; corporate profiteering off racism; architecture’s coronavirus moment; and more.
Four new rap releases reflect the divided state of the nation.
When Michel Leiris died in 1990 at age 89 he was a canonical figure in France, mainly for having remade the genre of memoir in his own image.
On Instagram, Kana Hashimoto’s images of nocturnal Tokyo unwittingly capture the odd feeling of time itself as the coronavirus pandemic drags on.
In Memory, the poet shapes a new visual and textual language that explores the simmering possibilities of consciousness.
“In the midst of a contagion that threatens our way of life, isolates us remorselessly from family and friends, and breeds fear and paranoia, I find these pieces grounding.”
Hollywood stereotypes define the Asian male as bowing, scraping, obsequious, devious, sneaky, dismal, and sexually frustrated.