Violinist Randall Goosby’s Roots tells a singular story, one that grows and deepens on repeated listening.
Taking action on even a modest number of these suggestions will undoubtedly shake up the current puerility of much of American theater criticism.
By Gary Schwartz One in so many Western works of art contains an image of a person we would call black. The phenomenon attracts relatively little attention in art history. The Menil Foundation went after it seriously, in a project now inherited by the Warburg Institute. An exhibition in the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam offers […]