Arts and Entertainment
The Guggenheim debuted an overlooked collection of South Korean art from a time of military dictatorship.
Issue 2, Volume 114
Sarah Sze: Timelapse will captivate anyone who stumbles across the top of the Guggenheim Museum’s rotunda.
Issue 17, Volume 113
Artist Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s striking insight into the devastating history of oppression and current political struggles of indigenous populations in the United States.
Issue 15, Volume 113
Claude Gillot: the French artist with a tendency for sarcasm and a love of musical theater.
Issue 13, Volume 113
A character-focused review of HBO Max’s controversial new animated series, Velma.
Issue 11, Volume 113
A review of The Eveillard Gift and the ideas it emphasizes about different mediums in art.
Issue 10, Volume 113
A review of Alex Katz: Gathering, and the improvement, changes, and regressions it shows in his style.
Issue 8, Volume 113