Treacherous life, irrepressible life. Absurd, confounding life. The drawings of Kathleen Henderson take on nothing less. She chronicles banal, everyday debacles on up to shameful cultural crimes. Her recent work, at Rosamund Felsen, is tough as ever, searing and satirical, propelled by a…
Norton Simon’s trove, films from the emigres who settled Hollywood and the hallucinatory videos of Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin. Plus: post-Fukushima architecture and the photographs of Alejandro Cartagena. It’s all happening now in El Lay:
When Henri Matisse (1869-1954) finished his breakthrough painting “The Joy of Life,” he was 36. A new century was just getting underway, and he flung open a door to an artistic adventure that would occupy him for almost 50 years. The escapade took a leading role in revolutionizing art.
The 23-year journey of “The Death of Klinghoffer” to the Metropolitan Opera:
The Metropolitan Opera’s opening of “The Death of Klinghoffer” on Monday in New York has resurrected the long-running controversy surrounding the 1991 John Adams opera. With its depiction of the 1985 hijacking of the cruise ship Achille Lauro by Palestinian terrorists and the execution of…
Just one day before the Metropolitan Opera is set to open the controversial “The Death of Klinghoffer” in New York, the daughters of Leon Klinghoffer have released a letter expressing their opposition.
Super cute assortment of really unique and adorable Boston Terrier postage stamps for your Christmas cards!
Five years ago, while painting a house in Connecticut, Alexander Sharp decided he’d like to attend the Juilliard School.
Understatement doesn’t make headlines. Nor does it play a prominent role in the way we communicate today, which seems to be driven by the desire to get the last word in before anyone else has a chance to.
After years of setbacks and criticism, architect Frank Gehry has received some good news about the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial in Washington.