By tedchris Cross-posted from Chris Anderson on Medium Today you may have heard that TED announced a rather unusual experiment with Audible. I’m pretty excited about what we’re doing here and want to share some thoughts. Broadcast journalist Jad Abumrad once said that the most [...]
Virginia Overton describes what inspired her installation, from the Whitney’s windy terraces to its position between the High Line and the Hudson River. Watch more. Read more here:: Virginia Overton describes what inspired her installation, from...
Last week, we were saddened to learn of the passing of Arthur Hiller at the age of ninety-two. In 1969, the director forged a close working relationship with actor Alan Arkin on the set of the film Popi, and a decade later the two would [...]
publicartfund: “A manhole cover is generally deemed successful if its round shape keeps pedestrians from plummeting into the earth, and communicates the subterranean systems below through its design. New York City has thousands of these underground access points. Although easy to stride over without a [...]
By Izzy Lee Madonna: Truth or Dare. 1991. USA. Directed by Alek Keshishian. Courtesy of Miramax Films/Photofest“Sometimes I sing and dance around the house in my underwear. Doesn’t make me Madonna.” – Joan Cusack in Mike Nichols’s Working Girl (1988) Madonna doesn’t need much of [...]
Tony Richardson’s era-defining exploration of sexuality, race, and working-class life brought a uniquely female perspective to England’s Free Cinema movement. Read More Read more here:: A Taste of Honey: Northern Accents
In an interview with UK music magazine NME in 1986, singer-songwriter Morrissey famously said, “I’ve never made any secret of the fact that at least 50 percent of my reason for writing can be blamed on Shelagh Delaney.” His love for the English . . [...]