This week, BIG’s sustainable lilypad city, Germany’s new dog laws, the Ghent Altarpiece upclose, white museum docents, Vincente Fox’s Trump troll, and more.
August 22, 2020
Pop Blasts Away
Head-banging new music by 100 Gecs, Amnesia Scanner, Haru Nemuri, and Machine Girl.
Erudite Poems That Playfully Rework the Conventions of Life Writing
German writer Heinrich von Kleist serves as a starting point for Matthew Fink’s exploration of the Western canon’s gossipy underside.
Anne Neely’s Ethical Abstractions
Neely has created paintings that respond to some of the major issues of the day: climate change, environmental water loss, and immigration.
Léon Spilliaert’s Nocturnal Visions
Spilliaert saw his hometown of Ostend, Belgium, as a kind of liminal space between the outside and his interior world.
A Powerful Debut
As a young Asian American painter, Susan Chen knows what she is up against and is consciously pushing back.