In his collection “SEE/SAW,” Geoff Dyer offers the close, keen-eyed readings of images that are rare in art criticism, because they’re hard to fake.
In the 10 years since he won an Oscar for writing “The Social Network,” Aaron Benjamin Sorkin has been more or less consistently uncool.
Along with Walter Benjamin), Said was the closest thing to a saint in the unsaintly land of literary theory.
Years from now, historians will wonder how the same culture that made a cult of authenticity also paid to watch Amy Adams impersonate a hillbilly.
““The Graduate” is the most-directed movie Nichols ever made, and, naturally enough, it’s the one that earned him an Academy Award for Best Director
Perec captures the horrors of Ellis Island where a militaristic, racist nation sorted human beings into groups of desirables and undesirables
Robert Hughes was, as usual, right when he said, “Most art aspires to the condition of Muzak. It provides the background hum for power.
Martin Amis’ autobiographical novel “Inside Story” pays tribute to the author’s literary fathers — Saul Bellow, Philip Larkin and Vladimir Nabokov.
The Sol LeWitt App, created by the artist’s estate and Microsoft, demonstrates the cozy relationship between big tech and conceptual art.
If there were a Nobel Prize for documentary filmmaking, Wiseman would have won a long time ago.