Recently, a number of public artworks have been charged with memorializing ghosts or “specters” of the past.
It is about time that the filmmaking industry is forced to seriously grapple with issues of sustainability.
To his credit, Louis Menand personalizes his historical cast and humanizes ideologies and aesthetics.
The premier entry in the HBO documentary series “Music Box” shows how everything about the concert celebrating the 30th anniversary of Woodstock goes terribly wrong, then gets worse.
“I’m an anarchist as an artist — I write what I want, however I want. I refuse to adhere to the forms that society hands down.”
The increased racial and cultural diversity of In Treatment’s cast and overall tone are noteworthy and commendable.
Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine is Brockhampton’s tightest album to date.
Books Promiscuously Read sets a high standard for what might become an exciting new genre of literary criticism for educated general readers.
This world-premiere recording of Gluck’s Demofoonte is stylishly performed, under the experienced hand(s) of conductor/harpsichordist Alan Curtis.
Instead of techno-utopian rhetoric, Electrify offers a plan with pragmatic steps to create a better environment and a stronger economy.