In “Rendering Witness” at the Museum of Heritage, we see the work of artists who drew to save themselves.
“It’s amazing how much can be learned from these diminutive artifacts.*
No matter how bad of an artist Hitler was, the Nazis understood the importance of design, marketing and branding.
Nancy Spero has to be among the least withholding artists of the twentieth century
Now that the Trump era has begun, Anya Ulinich says we need to start asking ourselves hard questions, like who is profiting from all this misery?
In her graphic essay, Anya Ulinich remembers her childhood trips to Donetsk and reflects on the war’s impact on her family.
From Gaza to Woody Allen, there were fewer and fewer ways to make the world seem OK in 2014. Anya Ulinich asks if this was the year the spin doctors finally lost control.
Six hours of video footage showing Jewish life in Poland before the war is on display at the Museum of the City of New York — a beautiful and heartbreaking experience.
A self-absorbed jerk of a writer befriends another Philip Roth type. That’s the premise of ‘Listen Up Philip’ — and Anya Ulinich says it’s why the flick’s such a bore.
The Brooklyn Museum’s new exhibit focuses on the art of — where else? — the hippest borough. Anya Ulinich finds that many things are left unsaid — in a very Brooklyn way.