An arts enthusiast based out of New York City, I write about arts and culture with a literary nod or two. For more of my writing, see daily aesthetic musings at www.artsravel.blogspot.com.
Love may not conquer all in this collection, but it keeps Bengali families together in their new country.
Dumas takes stock of a prolific career without giving away anything.
A Darwinistic approach to art raises questions about humans as well as art.
Often ignored, public libraries should be the first source for books.
Who knew obituaries could be such great reading?
A low- to no-budget guide to art in New York City.
This young playwright's debut has some magical moments, but is it worth seeing?
Opie hammers home her message through repetition, as if demanding we look not at one individual, but many.
Karl Lagerfield and Coco Chanel are encapsulated in one large purse, a successful confluence of art, fashion, commerce, and history.