Cronos, The Devil’s Backcone, Pan’s Labyrinth, directed by Guillermo del Toro
The Devil’s Backbone, the second of three early films by the Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, which have been released as a Criterion boxed set, opens in an isolated orphanage in the final months of the Spanish Civil War.
An Interview with Kent Monkman
Kent Monkman’s revisioning of the Canadian artistic, social, political and sexual landscape is the most radical rethinking of the way our society functions any artist has accomplished in the 150 years since Confederation.
States of the Art of Painting 2017
Asking painters about painting is like following Alice down the rabbit hole into her particular Wonderland: you never know what you’re going to encounter there. Of course, Alice fell into her condition, while we might be more deliberate in our choice.
Close Encounter of a Biographical Kind
Chris Kraus has written her seventh book, called ‘After Kathy Acker: A Literary Biography’, which Semiotext(e) will publish this month. Readers can’t help but be engaged by subject and writer. It is an indispensable book. Keep Reading
For Picasso, the bombing of the Basque city of Guernica in April 1937 marked a new terrifying industrial and anonymous warfare, a warfare of the modern period. Keep Reading
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