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Yugoslavia produced a thrilling variety of buildings—frequently departing from the prefabricated monotony of the Eastern Bloc.
The cult artist and author proves an evasive subject for biography, a fact that would surely have delighted him.
In his acerbic and often hilarious Village Voice column, Gary Indiana documented a cultural world being lost to AIDS and corporate greed.
The modes of perception and living that we attribute to Instagram are rooted in a much older aesthetic of the picturesque.
From scrapbooks to family albums, the people of Kashmir have recorded their history in photographs. A new book presents their visual testimonies.
Let's all move to the moon.
Terrence Malick’s Knight of Cups is lost in its own symbolism.
Alan A. Stone
Comic books can document the horrors of war better than photos.
Boston’s concrete modernist architecture is unsurpassed and widely despised.
In Paolo Sorrentino's Youth, the crossroads of despair and integrity.
The Wonders subverts the typical female coming-of-age story.
“Dear Sir, I don’t like the way you crossed me out.”
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