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Kara Walker at the Whitney Museum of American Art

Don’t get excited if you really love the Old South. Read More »

Gerda Taro: A Woman, A War, A Rediscovered Photographer

Taro’s fame was swept aside by WW II and Robert Capa’s ascendancy as the emblematic war photographer. The International Center of Photography rights that wrong. Read More »

Stylized Sculpture: Contemporary Japanese Fashion from the Kyoto Costume Institute

An exhibit at The Asian Art Museum, San Francisco. Read More »

The Great Cafés: Sabrett, New York City

Where West meets East, outside. Read More »

Interview: Nancy Jo Johnson — The Escape of Children from Tibet

A renowned photographer talks about a little-known and very dangerous pilgrimage. Read More »

There is Life in Inanimate Objects

That is, if you're a novelist. Read More »

Tangos for Evita

How can we know the dancer from the dance? Read More »

A Few Things For Breakfast in New York City

The scones are good, but don't forget your riding crop. Read More »

How to Walk, How to Tango

You must know the first before you can do the second. Read More »

The Great Cafés: Café Sabarsky, The Neue Galerie, New York City

Mrs. Vanderbilt, Mrs. Astor, a terrific party, and Gustav Klimt. Read More »