Art, anarchism & Félix Fénéon
by Hilton Kramer
The year that changed everything: 1968
by David Gress
Toscanini and the love of great music
by Samuel Lipman
On Understanding Toscanini by Joseph Horowitz.
States of grace: the novels of William Maxwell
by Bruce Bawer
The “ecstasy” of Jean Baudrillard
by Richard Vine
As birds reviving from the cold will sing
by Peter Sacks
by Maria Flook
Elegy at summer’s end
by Joe Bolton
On a woman of spirit who taught both piano and dance
by Donald Justice
How simple everything could be!
by Jed Perl
On The Pastoral Landscape: The Legacy of Venice & the Modern Vision at the Phillips Collection & the National Gallery.
Looking at Warhol
by Eric Gibson
The figurative Fifties
by Dan Hofstadter
Is modernism the enemy? The case of Mies van der Rohe
by Roger Kimball
A review of Architects of Fortune: Mies van der Rohe & the Third Reich by Elaine S. Hochman.
by David Pryce-Jones
A review of Thy Hand, Great Anarch! by Nirad C. Chaudhuri.
Games computers play
by David Gurevich
A review of Hence by Brad Leithauser.
How not to speak for the humanities
by D.G. Myers
On the pamphlet Speaking for the Humanities by George Levine for the American Council of Learned Societies.