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Boston’s concrete modernist architecture is unsurpassed and widely despised.
In Paolo Sorrentino's Youth, the crossroads of despair and integrity.
Alan A. Stone
The Wonders subverts the typical female coming-of-age story.
“Dear Sir, I don’t like the way you crossed me out.”
University art museums are cheap. They teach. They take risks.
Shigeru Ban's humanitarianism is unquestioned, but are his designs too humble to warrant architecture's most coveted prize?
OneTouch travels the African continent, showcasing its natural beauty.
If there is a moral limit to artistic license, director Alice Winocour has gone beyond it in Augustine.
Not long after the Galerie Nationale de Jeu de Paume opened its doors in May to the Palestinian
The Age of the Image: Redefining Literacy in a World of Screens
Peg Skorpinksi / Courtesy of Cal Performances
When the Mark Morris Dance Company debuted their
Remembering Ficre Ghebreyesus
(and a slideshow of his paintings)
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