Jon Stewart, “the nation’s satirist,” as The New York Times described him, announced his departure from Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” on Tuesday night, after more than 16 years at its helm. “I don’t
The Nature and Nurture of Genius: The Sweet Illustrated Story of How Henri Matisse’s Childhood Shaped His Creative Legacy
A heartening testament to the nourishing power of parental love in the cultivation of greatness. At 8PM on the last day of 1869, a little boy named Henri entered the world in a gray textile-mill town the
From drugs to the women’s movement, Californian counterculture has generated some of the most vibrant pieces of American graphic design. From Deborah Sussman’s candy-colored “supergraphics” to R. Crumb’s
This March, Disney is releasing a live-action remake of everyone’s favorite fairy tale about uncomfortable women’s footwear. To generate hype for Cinderella, starring Cate Blanchett and Lily James, Disney
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Not quite all North Korean art consists of rosy-cheeked farmers and soldiers alongside slogans exhorting the masses to work hard to advance the nation or vanquish imperialists. An exhibition in this satellite