In a new documentary, Tuscan townspeople turn the crises of their lives into the stuff of drama.
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The 1959 documentary Jazz on a Summer's Day, screening on August 23 at the New York Public Library, is considered one of the first music festival films. The post A Jazz Documentary on a Summer’s Day appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The jackhammer chatter of the song's opening riff lets us know that the pastoral is past. The post Chuck Berry and the Modernist Fable of “Johnny B. Goode” appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Katia Kameli's exhibition at the Mosaic Rooms is a rich exploration of colonial history and transcultural influences. The post Blurring National Boundaries with Fables, Postcards, and Film appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The book Migropolis: Venice, edited by Wolfgang Scheppe, examines the migrant and tourist crises afflicting Italy’s fabled “water city.” The post In Venice, With That Sinking Feeling appeared first on Hyperallergic.