• Photographing a Bruise: Catherine Opie’s “Rhetorical Landscapes” at the Regen Projects

    Jonathan Alexander looks at bruises and swamps Catherine Opie’s “Rhetorical Landscapes.”

    It’s My Difficulty: On Jameson Fitzpatrick’s Pricks in the Tapestry

    "Fitzpatrick’s excesses feel authentic, his revelations glorious," writes Quinn Roberts.

    Contemporary Female Artists at the First Virtual Frieze Art Fair

    Catherine Corman features a few prominent artists in the first ever virtual Frieze Art Fair, which ran May 8 through 15, 2020.

    The Patience of the Hand: On Elias Canetti’s Crowds and Power and Our Current Crisis

    Seth Lerer rediscovers truth in Elias' Canetti's "Crowds and Power."

    On Their Worst Behavior: Clifford Garstang’s House of the Ancients and Other Stories

    J.D. Ho looks at capitalism and American hubris in Clifford Garstang's "House of the Ancients and Other Stories."

    Art and Futility: A Review of Juan Cárdenas’s Ornamental, Translated by Lizzie Davis

    Dashiel Carrera looks at the recent translation of Juan Cárdenas's psychological, dystopian novel "Ornamental," from Coffeehouse Press.