It’s the summer of 1915, and Chicago’s Riverview amusement park is in full swing. It’s an early-20th-century wonderland riddled by contradictions: It’s both seedy and magical, both licentious and innocent.
AL: It feels like it matters today. It’s an exciting thing to see. So is David Geffen’s house in Malibu in 1988. I love seeing that Sylvester Stallone interior [in his house in Miami; 1997] because of
With the FIAC (International Contemporary Art Fair) officially kicking things off next week, we have chosen to highlight the blockbuster shows outside Paris's official art week. The six art shows in our
Welcome to this week’s blogpost. Here’s our roundup of your comments and photos from last week. First, BlogWriter shows it’s never too late to read Graham Greene: Just finished Graham Greene’s The Power
Rome: Caput mundi, The Eternal City, an open-air museum. There isn’t much that hasn’t been said about the Italian capital since its foundation 28 centuries ago. The city of contradictions and where old
The show features a different side of the photographer known for his sense of fantasy and whimsy. There is a clique of aesthetes for whom London’s Victoria & Albert Museum ripples with erotic possibility.