Julia R. Kennish
In the age of Instagram and Facetune, “Dollface” is trying to reach the pinnacle of female solidarity. But for a show all about women, the amount of stereotyping that spills into sexism is disappointing, if not regressive.
For the final of the three Harvard Art Museum Halloween-themed gallery talks, research fellows presented pieces that depict an element of death from within their fields of study.
“El Camino” gives its audience closure, another dose of expert film-making, and the chance to see Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reprise their iconic roles for perhaps the last time, but does this final chapter taint what came before it?
In the weeks leading up to the release of Todd Phillips’ most recent film “Joker,” almost all the news coverage of the film focused on controversy.
On Oct. 3, at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, three artists gathered to speak to a group of a hundred attendees about the importance and preservation of artistic integrity.