Winogrand was the Augie March of American photography.
“So many morons voted for the President. I’m lucky to be able to live somewhere else and get away from these hillbillies.”
On the streets of Rome, two factions are engaged in a war of words and images.
On May 26, a public art installation in Vienna featuring portraits of Holocaust survivors was slashed with a knife. It wasn’t the first attack.
Though Popeye was created by a Jewish cartoonist, the spinach-eating sailor man’s first entrance into literary fiction was in an anti-Semitic context.
Ivy L. Barsky will leave the institution in June.
Ancient wine vessels and modern guitars are both implements of Dionysian revelry, even if they’re separated by over 2,000 years of history.
A student put up anti-Semitic art from Der Stürmer next to flyers with Valley’s cartoons.
No matter how bad of an artist Hitler was, the Nazis understood the importance of design, marketing and branding.
Elizabeth Warren has officially voiced support for removing the Sackler name from buildings at Harvard University.
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