Arts
São Paulo Biennial Removes General Israeli Sponsorship (09/16/2014)  -09/1/2014 by Mostafa Heddaya (Hyperallergic)After registering objections from 61 participating artists that were supported by the entire curatorial delegation of its 31st São Paulo Biennial,...  

HOW CHUCK JONES DEFINED AMERICA THROUGH CARTOONS (09/10/2014)  In the early 1950s, animation director Chuck Jones was idly sketching a bull when a Warner Bros. producer walked by and said, "I don't want any bullfights — bullfights aren't funny." Jones, like Warner's most popular...  

DECKED OUT, BROADWAY EDITION: KEKE PALMER'S 4 CINDERELLA LOOKS (09/09/2014)  On Tuesday night, Keke Palmer will slip into a pair of glass slippers and make her Broadway debut on Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella as the title role. Before she hits the...  

TV SERIES TO SHOWCASE OFF-BROADWAY (09/09/2014)  Nine Off-Broadway theater works from recent seasons, including the Public Theater’s presentation of Richard Nelson’s cycle “The Apple Family Plays,” will get a much wider audience this fall on New York City public television...  

NICK CAVE- MADE BY WHITE FOR WHITES & RESCUE (09/04/2014)  Nick Cave returns to the Jack Shainman Gallery for two separate solo shows in both of the Shainman Gallery locations.Made by Whites for Whites tackles racially charged caricutures and historical...  

I SEE LONDON, I SEE FRANCE: MUSEUM AT FIT SHOWS OFF UNDERPANTS (09/03/2014)  It is with naked astonishment that one encounters a lavender Hanky Panky thong in a museum exhibition.It is also, in fact, with some dismay that one spies the underwear one may currently be wearing (if not today, then tomorrow or the next...  

ERNEST COLE, PHOTOGRAPHER OF APARTHEID (09/02/2014)  In the introduction to his only book, “House of Bondage” (1967), South African photographer Ernest Cole, who would soon be forced into exile, wrote, “You may escape but you carry your prison smell with you.” His powerful...  

IDEALISM ON SCREEN AND BEHIND THE SCENES (09/01/2014)  TELLURIDE, Colo. — “There is no place for cynicism in the reviewing of art.” Those words — a line of dialogue from “Mr. Turner,” Mike Leigh’s splendid, sprawling film about the life and loves of an artist in...