Arts & Culture

in ‘Never Look Away,’ Doctor Seeband, played by Sebastian Koch, smoothly transitions from denying the rights of the individual in the name of the Volk to denying them in the name of class struggle. (Photo: Sony Pictures Classics)
John J. Conley April 19, 2019
In ‘Never Look Away,’ the murderous eugenicist and the abortionist, the Nazi and the Communist, become one.
"Hillary and Clinton"
Rob Weinert-Kendt April 19, 2019
In Hnath’s play, Hillary has put all her bets on competence, while Bill unsurprisingly presses her to show more humanity.
Frida Kahlo (Mexican, 1907–1954). Self-Portrait as a Tehuana, 1943. Oil on hardboard, 30 x 24 in. (76 x 61 cm). The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection of 20th Century Mexican Art and the Vergel Foundation. © 2019 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Angela Alaimo O'Donnell April 19, 2019
Kahlo’s paintings, the vast majority of which are self-portraits, are rife with self-revelation,
Kevin Spinale April 19, 2019
In his new book about his work, Robert Caro explains why it takes so many years to research and write his books.
St. Rivanone, sculpture by Christophe Le Baquer, assisted by Marie le Scanves, 2016. (Photo: Derennes Yannick)
Nicholas Zinos April 19, 2019
The idea to have an open-air homage to the Celtic saints of Europe was the brainchild of Philippe Abjean.
John W. Miller April 19, 2019
The nation’s nonfiction bard, Michael Lewis, makes the case that our government is more important—and competent—than we realize.