A detail from Ai Weiwei’s “Life Cycle” (2018). Courtesy the artist and Marciano Art Foundation.
Oct. 2, 2018from Design and Architecture
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is known for works that challenge repressive regimes and government censorship.
Oct. 19, 2017from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
This week: see costumes that steal the (TV) show; celebrate Bauhaus through photos; learn about the Victorian Valley; find the voice of your place; and go loco for Legos .
Aug. 19from Design and Architecture
In the past few years there's been a very real invasion from Mexico--by remarkably gifted filmmakers.
Aug. 23from Film Reviews
The two parts of the Redstone media empire are on the verge of becoming one. Again. CBS and Viacom were split apart in 2006, and by the looks of things, will soon be reunited.
Aug. 13from Screengrab
Characters with DNA, blood and soul populate forty three stories and a novella by Peter Orner: Maggie Brown & Others .
Aug. 22from Bookworm
From the archives, a highly resonate conversation with Toni Morrison about transfiguring love, as portrayed in her novel Beloved .
Aug. 15from Bookworm
Sonoratown looks to defend its crown in this year’s tournament. Sohui Kim is your guide to building a Korean pantry at home, and Jet and Ali Tila are improving on the classics.
Aug. 16from Good Food
For your consideration billboards everywhere? Nonstop panel events? Maisel Day? It can only mean one thing: final Emmy voting has begun.
Aug. 20from Screengrab
Mara Elliott was working in finance and contracts when the Sandy Hook shooting changed the course of her career.
Aug. 16from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
How comedian James Corden's unknown status in America turned out to be pivotal in the success of "The Late Late Show".
Aug. 23from The Treatment