The superb John Wilson Orchestra, specializing in classic Hollywood and Broadway tunes, returned the “Golden Age” of ...
Otto Dix, Portrait of Johann Edwin Wolfensberger, 1929, Oil on panel. On view in "Eclipse of the Sun: The Art of the Weimar ...
Every year in Salzburg, Cecilia Bartoli spearheads a project, i.e., an opera. She, of course, is the iconic Italian ...
“A Robin Red breast in a Cage/ Puts all Heaven in a Rage.” So wrote William Blake during the revolutionary age that began in ...
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is righting a longstanding wrong. A movement that altered the course of modern art took ...
Aberystwyth, a seaside resort and the seat of the National Library of Wales, could be a kind of metonym for the whole of ...
The Venice Biennale, that strange pageant of contemporary fashions, offers the opportunity, if not the necessity, to explore ...
It is often remarked that life seems to speed up as one gets older. Writing at the end of what feels to have been an ...
The process is broken. Of this, there can be no doubt, particularly now that we have the definitive account. In Justice on ...
The British philosopher John Gray has been on the Left, and he has been on the Right. More recently, he has settled into the ...
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s three-volume opus, The Gulag Archipelago, which some have called the most important masterpiece of ...
Some years ago, as I approached the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, a parade of third or fourth graders led by an adult male ...