Trip, fall, stumble, I did them all. My legs moved in opposite directions, as though rebelling against my body. My family—myself included—all laughed at the incredible lack of coordination gifted to me.
As I have learned, we all reach breaking points. This is mine.
After a six-year major reconstruction project, the Harvard Art Museums is ready to reopen its doors as a university museum that combines the prestige of a metropolitan art museum with the mission of learning and research.
Although the plot seems standard for an immigrant book, “On Bittersweet Place” largely escapes cliché through the protagonist’s incredibly endearing voice.
Salzburgers aren't presenting tradition—they’re living it, seamlessly interweaving the past and the present.
The town is spectacular, and yet it is the company that makes the trip truly memorable.
For locals, the two languages are like two separate accents of the same language. For me, it’s the difference between night and day.
After a mere 50 hours, I still cannot exactly describe Berlin. But I think that’s the city’s charm.
Adela Kim discusses the birth of modernism and its ties to protest art.
Adela Kim discusses the wider cultural implications of Barbara Kruger's "Untitled (Your Body Is a Battleground.)"
Adela Kim discusses the controversial placement and aesthetics of Banksy's work.
The exhibition features photographs associated with major artistic movements in the 20th century, such as Cubism, Constructivism, Dadaism, and Surrealism, and includes works by Constantin Brancusi, Ilse Bing, André Kertész, Man Ray, László Moholy-Nagy, and Josef Sudek.
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