Sussan Deyhim Dramatizes the Poetry of Forough Farrokhzad in “The House is Black”

Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn interviews Sussan Deyhim about her show at The Wallis, dramatizing the poetry Forough Farrokhzad in "The House is Black."

The Bold Type and the Rise of the Female Mentor

Natalia Winkelman reviews "The Bold Type," which was recently renewed for its second season on Freeform.

“When I’m Finished, They Won’t Even Know Your Name”: Kesha, Gaga, and the Grammys from #MeToo to #TimesUp and Beyond

Carie Schneider on Kesha’s show-stealing performance of “Praying" at the Grammy's.

Modernism on the Ganges: Raghubir Singh at the Met Breuer

Julian Cosma reviews "Modernism on the Ganges," an exhibition on Raghubir Singh at the Met Breuer.

When Art Becomes Catharsis: En Masse at THE SPACE by ADVOCARTSY

Melissa Karlin reviews Pouya Afshar’s solo show "En Masse" at THE SPACE by ADVOCARTSY.

Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart — Talking to Filmmaker Tracy Heather Strain

Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn talks to Tracy Heather Strain about her film "Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart" 53 years after Hansberry's death.

A Woman Looking at Chris Kraus Looking at Men: I Love Dick and Kraus’s Precarious Female Gaze

Callie Hitchcock considers the female gaze in "I Love Dick," both the television series and the novel by Chris Kraus.