Rare in the wild, revered for its glamorous, curved inflorescence.
The Photography ofJon Rendell
BLACK, WHITE AND STREAMING
Roma, Cold War
If Cuaron had never shot another scene in his life that sequence alone would establish him as one of the great masters of the tracking shot, besideOrson Welles and Max Ophuls.
Miles David Moore
A World Premiere by Liam Scarlett. He has dared to go all out and say something, something stirring and meaningful.
“THE PIANO AIN’T GOT NO WRONG NOTES”
Some Thoughts on Erik Satie and Thelonious Monk
A new series, dedicated to new perspectives on Kandinsky’s “life in art” that contribute to our seeing Kandinsky anew.
Lissa Tyler Renaud
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