Art & Reviews
Visual and Performing Arts
Rachel Biel, artist and founder of TAFA, The Textile and Fiber Art List, shares the inspiring story of artists joining efforts to ...
Sofia Szamosi describes her art process for creating photo booth collages: "The photo booth becomes a microcosm for the boxes I ex...
OSAKA, JAPAN. THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ART. Suzanne Kamata reviews Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama's current exhibition Eternity of Ete...
The Sistah Tribe-Phoenix Project's mission is to inspire marginalized, traumatized, and culturally under-served women and girls in...
Using the metaphor of pearls that form inside oysters in response to a harmful irritant, artist Kim Abeles created a two year com...
Frann Michel reviews the documentary film, Dish: Women, Waitressing, and the Art of Service directed by Maya Gallus.
Caroline Palmer looks at the motivations of Minneapolis-based choreographer Ananya Chatterjea and the work of Ananya Dance Theatre...
Diners enjoy the Artist's Fête at flatbreadaffair. The element that really defines a flatbreadaffair engagement is the bridging o...
More than a photo documentary of illness, the artist uses her work to navigate personal transformation, reclaiming the body throug...
“‘Hot Topic’ is a series of 60 paintings that portray each person mentioned in the Le Tigre song of the same name. The song ...
Books & Literature
Fiction, Non-fiction, and Poetry
The Round House (Harper, 2012—winner of the National Book Award), and its New York Times bestseller success, proves that writing...
The older I become, the more I know that the past does not die cleanly, each moment vanishing as a new one is born. Rather, the so...
Jorie Graham's P L A C E takes the reader on a tour of places interior and exterior, of historical and personal meaning.
The Lighthouse is a melancholy story of a middle aged man Futh, who goes on a walking holiday to Germany after his wife leaves him...
Girrl begins with a growl. The double “rr” lets you know you’re in for something.
That Said is a collection of both old and new poetry by Jane Shore. It stretches back to the highly regarded Eye Level collection ...
Photojournalist Paola Gianturco's book Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon is a tribute to the lives of grandmothers from five ...
Kate Robinson reviews Katherine Losse's The Boy Kings: A Journey Into the Heart of the Social Network, and finds that "...the book...
Something happens to you when reading the shelter of neighbours by Éilís Ní Dhuibhne. You think you are reading a regular book ...
Danielle Sosin’s debut novel, The Long-Shining Waters, is about three women separated by centuries and circumstances, but connec...