Christians by no means have a monopoly on album cover kitsch; Jews can do it too.
A forthcoming documentary on the work of photographer Garry Winogrand will show a massive trove of never before seen films and photographs
The International Street Cannibals ensemble’s physical performance at St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery centered on Schoenberg’s second quartet.
Opponents of the NEA like George Will seem to think that art is just something to be bought and sold, a profoundly dismal worldview contested by the necessary uselessness of art itself.
The Kushner family’s new skyscraper at 666 Fifth Avenue New York bears a strong resemblance to some male anatomy.
“Resistance Radio,” a new marketing campaign for Amazon’s “The Man in the High Castle,” features musicians covering old classics, so who’s angry?
The BBC recently digitized the entire Desert Island Discs radio program archive
Hauser and Wirth’s exhibition “Nothing and Everything: Seven Artists, 1947 – 1962,” on the interplay between experimental music and art, inspires synesthesia
Einstein, on numerous occasions, ventured to the United States to help raise funds and awareness for Jewish issues.
The story of Andre Bloch, the brilliant French mathematician who murdered three family members during the First World War.