Crimson staff writer
Rebecca J. Levitan
Form and Forum
Due to the regulations governing the appearance of Cambridge’s buildings, artists who make public art operate with increased material and conceptual subtlety.
‘Let Me In’ Welcomes American Viewers
"Let Me In" seems like a cartoon version of something real, adding an extra helping of blood and pretty Hollywood actresses to what might be the quietest vampire movie ever made.
Lelic’s ‘Cuts’ Relies on Tired Tropes
Lelic’s plotline centers on a school shooting in which Mr. Szajkowski—a teacher who everyone agrees was always strange—walks into a school assembly and opens fire on students and teachers alike.
'Happiness' Without Substance
Middle-aged women are supposed to love Alice Munro almost as much as they love yogurt.
Wodiczko Installation Plays Veterans’ Stories at Full Volume
Polish artist has biggest impact when he makes subtle gestures with art
Ah, the pains of adolescence. You live with your dorky mom, who aspires to make clothing out of beach towels ...
Meme Inspired from Mundane, but Home to Edgy Work
The problem with performance art is that it rarely leaves a physically lasting imprint. A phenomenon that graces street corners,
Pulitzer Committee Honors Alumnus
Holland Cotter ’70, an art critic for the New York Times, received the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Criticism on Monday
Uzodinma C. Iweala '04
Jamaica Kincaid sees writing as an “accompaniment” to the rest of one’s life. “You can do anything and still be
At ICA Event, Spalding Gray has ‘Stories Left to Tell’
With the aid of a notebook, a microphone, and a glass of water, Spalding Gray became famous by exposing his