Poet Jennifer S. Cheng spent her early years in between the United States and Asia. Her mother is from Taiwan and her father grew up in Hong Kong. Her new book, House A, selected by Claudia Rankine for the 2015 Omnidawn 1st/2nd Poetry Book Prize, explores the idea of home from a variety of entry-points. […]
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In 1941, Edward Weston set off on an intriguing mission. The Limited Editions Club had asked the master photographer to find "real American faces" and "real American places" for its deluxe printing of Walt Whitman's epic poetry collection, "Leaves of Grass." Weston hit the road, intending to do...
On this day in 1883 the Metropolitan Opera House opened with a gala performance of Faust.
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How did a sharply dressed insurance agent with a desultory love life, who preferred brothels to relationships, who held crappy middle management jobs before retiring early due to poor health, become, as his one-time lover Milena Jesenská...Show More Summary
A pictorial celebration of the coolest kids from the past... From beatniks to bikers, mods to rude boys, hippies to ravers. And everything in between. These are images that will set your soul on fire. Get ready to get a style check. 1. Show More Summary
While writers have drawn a line, so to speak, between Soriano and Sol LeWitt, it seems to me that there are profound differences between their wall drawings. Whereas LeWitt’s self-contained works make no reference to the changes of everyday life, Soriano’s are based on time, light, and shadows cast by real things. The post Surveyor of Shadows appeared first on Hyperallergic.
There’s a paradox at the heart of this music: constructing a simulation of hedonism takes extraordinary discipline. The post Travis Scott’s Ambience appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Under the terms of two decrees by Hitler (8 October and 12 October 1939), large areas of western Poland were annexed to Germany. These included all the territories which Germany had lost under the 1919 Treaty of Versailles, such as the...Show More Summary
Marc Bohne is a landscape painter originally from Texas and currently based in Seattle, Washington. I’ve admired his work on the web for a number of years, and had it bookmarked for inclusion on Lines and Colors, and I’m frankly surprised I haven’t featured him before now. Bohne is wonderfully skillful in his depictions of […]
Read alongside his music, Richard Hell’s journals help us understand the formation of punk culture as an intellectual as much as an aesthetic movement. The post Richard Hell’s Journals 1969–1979 appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Don Voisine’s pieces demand attention; you need to study them up close and from a distance to fully appreciate the illusions the artist creates by way of a handful of shapes and a limited but resonant set of colors. The post Don Voisine’s Universe of Shapes appeared first on Hyperallergic.
After the austerity and bloodshed of World War I, France longed for joy and light-heartedness. Pre-war values were rejected as people embraced new lifestyles and new technologies, and discovered a lust for extravagance and partying that had the era named Les Années Folles (the Roaring Twenties, or the 'mad years'). Show More Summary
Edgar Maxence was a French painter active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Maxence is generally classed as a “Symbolist”, an artistic movement in which representational images were used to suggest higher truths that could not be directly depicted. In its literary connections and penchant for elegance, the genre bears some similarities to […]
A mix of blue-chip names and energetic younger artists on the Lower East Side is further evidence of the increasingly blurred boundaries among Manhattan’s art districts. The post Blurred Boundaries and Other Connections appeared first on Hyperallergic.