“Working on The Way We Live Now was a natural process of learning about modernist architecture and the dominating visions of figures such as Le Corbusier, Mies, and Adolf Loos.”
Yasmina Reza’s dollhouse of a novel is a miniaturist’s miracle.
Rejecting unadorned box-like designs, Michael Graves created with patterns, textures, decorations and color in ways large and small.
One leaves History of Fear feeling that the director wants to stir up our anxiety about the omnipresence of fear itself.
Without being at all didactic, Michelle Dorrance reveres tap history by adapting traditional ideas, then resolving them unexpectedly.
Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, theater, music, dance, visual arts, and author events for the coming week.
In 1939, Clifford Odets wrote that ‘we are living at a time when new art works should shoot bullets.” Fat chance of any shots coming from our voluntarily disarmed theaters.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is the video game version of Groundhog’s Day — you’re Bill Murray, and it’s brilliant.
A graphic novel about the death of art and the art of death
For the diehards who crowded the Sinclair, the Church aren’t about hit singles and nostalgia; they’re about double-guitar dreamscapes and psychedelic visions.