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.
Head-banging new music by 100 Gecs, Amnesia Scanner, Haru Nemuri, and Machine Girl.
German writer Heinrich von Kleist serves as a starting point for Matthew Fink’s exploration of the Western canon’s gossipy underside.
Neely has created paintings that respond to some of the major issues of the day: climate change, environmental water loss, and immigration.
Spilliaert saw his hometown of Ostend, Belgium, as a kind of liminal space between the outside and his interior world.
As a young Asian American painter, Susan Chen knows what she is up against and is consciously pushing back.