Perhaps we should look at Trump’s budget proposal not as the work of a businessman, but rather as the work of a malcontented artist.
Meyer’s Hardware on Chicago’s South Side was once the site of one of America’s most prominent jazz clubs.
The home of Richard Neutra, one of the pioneers of International Style architecture, was recently designated a National Historic Landmark.
“Whose Streets? Our Streets!” at the Bronx Documentary Center gives us both inspiration and guidance for effective protest in the age of Trump
In an article in the Spectator, William Cook makes some surprising claims about Nazi art and the history of the infamous “Degenerate Art” Exhibition
From Selma to Chicago, these Jewish photographers helped create our common image of the Civil Rights Movement.
The Moscow Times offers us a welcome dose of context and level-headedness in our frightening times
The Coen Brothers’ new TV show, “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” will be a limited-run western series.
The Jewish catacombs underneath Villa Torlonia in Rome are currently being restored and will be open to the public “within a few years.”
Is mass-reproduction destroying our physical experience of art? The work of Mark Rothko gives us an antidote to an image saturated world.