MoMA's recent expansion served as an apt occasion to evaluate how the collection reflects strides in public knowledge of disability culture.
Whether representations of violence can help to rectify the unjust treatment of the oppressed is a familiar topic of debate, but our discussions focus too much on the intention of the creator and not enough on the effect on viewers.
Like the Greek tragedy of its time, The Bachelor is one of the best modern portrayals of the human condition.
I must confess that over the last few years I have been gravely disappointed with the white moderate
– Rev Martin Luther King, Jr., 16 April 1963
I’d heard of the MoMA PS1 long before I moved to Long Island …
The psychological elements of Hitchcock’s "Psycho" remain crystallized in our cultural zeitgeist to this day, inspiring new generations of horror filmmakers. The rise of Jordan Peele, Ari Aster, and Robert Eggers signals a contemporary shift.
Jordan Peele's 2019 film makes a political statement with an unnerving horror, but the audience remains at a safe distance.
"Bolero reminds me of something—not something I have forgotten but rather something I have never thought." Why knowing nothing about a work of art can aid appreciation.