Art Spiegelman’s latest project “Si Lewen’s Parade” pays tribute to one of Spiegelman’s heroes who turned his back on the commercial art world.
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Is mass-reproduction destroying our physical experience of art? The work of Mark Rothko gives us an antidote to an image saturated world.
Artists and critics are calling for a mass strike on January 20th to protest Donald Trump’s “toxic mix of white supremacy, misogyny, xenophobia, militarism, and oligarchic rule”3
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The pinnacle of 1970’s disco culture is captured in the photographs of Bill Bernstein, now on display at New York’s Museum of Sex.
Given the demise of David Bowie, Prince, Carrie Fisher and Leonard Cohen and the rise of Donald Trump, it’s easy to hate on 2016. Here are 49 reasons why 2016 was pretty great after all.
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