A search for the mysterious author of a counterculture classic led to someone else entirely. Or did it? By Emmanuel Carrère Toward the end of the 1960s, Luke Rhinehart worked as a psychoanalyst in New
At art school I became much more of a regular person. I had girlfriends William Wegman did not start his art career wanting to photograph dogs. But dogs, it turned out, wanted to be photographed by him.
I can proudly say that I haven't thrown a proper tantrum since I was a child, but as someone who loves both waffles and precious dog videos, I also have to say that I can absolutely relate to the dog this
Film-maker has spent three years showing how the colander-wearing religion is more than a joke Some time next year, the European court of human rights will decide on the case of a Dutch woman who feels