The museum’s renovation seeks to create new dialogues between the viewer and the work, and between the works themselves.
To watch Satoshi Miyagi’s production of Antigone is to watch three plays at once.
In her new essay collection "Trick Mirror," Jia Tolentino paints a bleak picture of our world of scams, mistruths, and self-delusions—all exacerbated by the internet. Is there a way out?
"When you have young adults and teens and kids looking up to these heroes, and you don’t have a face for yourself, I think that really influences confidence, self-identity, and a host of other issues."
It is difficult to overstate how revolutionary these moments are for a television ecosystem that has long relegated fat women to predetermined categories: gross, hypersexual (or, alternatively, asexual), subordinate, unintelligent, and of course, shrill.
Nothing feels more millennial than the bravado of vulnerability.