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December 31, 2017

Perhaps Haussmann did cut great swathes through the metropolis, but then where would James Joyce and Marcel Proust ask one another if they liked truffles? What would Camille Pissarro’s paintings of Paris look like without those grand boulevards? And...

October 1, 2017

When considering the intersection of food and fine art, it would be common (and apt) to conjure images of Paul Cezanne’s apples, Egyptian tomb paintings, and Northern Renaissance still-lifes. One may even imagine Salvador Dali with a loaf of bread at...

July 1, 2017

The flourish of Beardsley’s line is far more than an aestheticization of deviance, for the entirety of his import as artist cannot simply be reduced and flattened to a frivolous and decorative black line. “Wickedness,” said Oscar Wilde (1854 – 1900),...

July 1, 2017

There is a space that exists between art and sex and it is one in which argument is a cornerstone. Categorical imperatives are constructed, morality is questioned, and artistic integrity (or lack thereof) is thrown into sharp relief. One object that...

April 1, 2017

Artists across all mediums have endeavored to convey, through empathy and artistry, that in our fundamental aloneness, we are not alone. And it is this very notion that serves as the crux of Carol. Located within America’s phobia-addled 1950’s landsc...

April 1, 2017

The industry that has long been accused of misogyny is one that was built on the backs of women - women of wit and verve and ambition - who dominated film during the silent era. “There were over 30 women directors prior to 1920, more than any other p...

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