The Arts Fuse welcomes a new character to its extended universe. Deanna Marie Costa, an editor and critic at the magazine.
Is there a disconnect between artists and meaningful resistance movements?
Demanding that people pay attention to quality is about as audacious a demand you can take in our giddy culture.
The hope is that nobody will notice that arts criticism hasn’t been invited to the Pulitzer Prize’s centennial party.
A.O. Scott’s hurrah for criticism should be savored by anyone interested in how we articulate the value of the arts.
These pieces could have been written yesterday, which speaks volumes about the eternal recurrence of the moronic inferno of the political.
Tony Judt is an American treasure, in time he may prove as great to our country as George Orwell and Albert Camus are to theirs.
For those of us who value a formal education done right, this volume is a glorious celebration.
Those who care about the future of American arts and culture should financially support this magazine and other valiant efforts to articulate the significance of the arts.
“Criticism will always have the force of the child in the story about the emperor’s new clothes, because there will always be naked emperors who everybody says are wearing today’s Crown Jewels.” — Eric Bentley