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Danny Cooke’s Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl summons a lost history of familiar and alien dreams.
This Oscar-nominated doc is all about well-meaning Americans—with nothing about the indiscriminate US firepower that destroyed much of the country.
Today, Albert Camus is still alive but changed, thanks to the art of David Oelhoffen and Kamel Daoud.
Killing is not creating, and drawing is not killing. Charlie has the right to draw.
Billy Graham’s innocuous blend of showmanship and salvation.
Why the line from Barry Goldwater to Ted Cruz runs over Nelson Rockefeller.
“Rights can be won, and rights can be taken away. Achievements are always vulnerable.”
Is the revival of a dead language breathing new life into the humanities?
MoMA’s “Forever Now” trumpets art with a shallow sense of tradition.