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Philip Guston and the Boundaries of Art Culture image

Philip Guston and the Boundaries of Art Culture

Art people have been shocked by the postponement, possibly until 2024, of a major exhibition, “Philip Guston Now,” by the institutions that were scheduled to mount it: the National Gallery of Art, in Washington; the Tate Modern, in London; the Museum...

The Mischievous Irreverence of “The Good Lord Bird” image

The Mischievous Irreverence of “The Good Lord Bird”

Mercifully, the new Showtime miniseries “The Good Lord Bird,” a reimagining of the militant abolitionist John Brown’s doomed ride to Harpers Ferry, is not “woke.” Instead, it has an impish spirit of contrivance that is largely missing from contempora...

Cartoon Saloon and the New Golden Age of Animation image

Cartoon Saloon and the New Golden Age of Animation

Though the movie’s budget was small by mainstream standards, it was significant for a tiny studio; at the peak of production, Cartoon Saloon employed eighty-five animators in Kilkenny. Luckily, Young had reserves of entrepreneurial charm. (Brother Ai...

‘Sinners in the City’ • Salt Lake Magazine image

‘Sinners in the City’ • Salt Lake Magazine

It was probably inevitable that the Housewives would end up in Las Vegas sometime this season, considering its public perception as the Hyde to SLC’s Jekyll. The actual truth is more complicated—for one thing, there are a lot of Mormons in the Vegas ...

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