All that’s Gehrish
by Bruce Cole
On Paul Goldberger’s new hagiography of Frank Gehry.
On theory’s deleterious effects in Crime and Punishment.
On Islamism and the decline of French identity.
On the now-forgotten Louis-Désiré Véron.
On Paul Goldberger’s new biography of Frank Gehry.
On “Bright Star,” at the Cort Theatre; “She Loves Me,” at Studio 54; and “The Crucible,” at the Walter Kerr Theatre.
On “Vigée Le Brun: Woman Artist in Revolutionary France” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, February 15–May 15, 2016.
On “Russia and the Arts: The Age of Tolstoy and Tchaikovsky” at the National Portrait Gallery, London, March 17–June 26, 2016
On “Kamakura: Realism & Spirituality in the Sculpture of Japan” at the Asia Society, New York, February 9–May 8, 2016
On “Amy Lincoln” at Morgan Lehman Gallery; “Paul Resika: Recent Paintings” at Lori Bookstein Fine Art; “Rob de Oude: Tilts & Pinwheels” at DM Contemporary; and “Thornton Willis: Step Up” at Elizabeth Harris Gallery.
On Karawane, with the New York Philharmonic; Joshua Bell at Lincoln Center; Don Pasqualeat the Metropolitan Opera; Steven Hough at 92Y; and Timo Andres and Gabriel Kahane at Carnegie Hall.
A chapter from 'The Road to Serfdom' explains Trump's ascension.
On the inaccuracy of a common term.
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On a modern-day alchemist.
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