The invention of the "New World" and the invention of photography are not unrelated.
The sea has long been a defining feature, indeed an inevitability in Cuban art, literature, and life. Now it turns ominous.
Juliet Jacques and writer and curator Paul Clinton discuss the wave of queer radicalism that followed May 1968 in France.
By ignoring African American intellectual history, many accounts of 1968 consolidate the very segregation 1960s youth were once so determined to undo.
Peter Wollen's landmark essay on the relation between two distinct traditions of avant-garde film.
There is something both refreshing and salutary in rediscovering Ernst Bloch, the philosopher of utopia, at this most anti-utopian age.
Lefebvre's monument to the unknown painter remains to be built.
Our definitive collection on Art and Politics.
In this career-spanning interview with George Souvlis, Esther Leslie discusses Walter Benjamin, animated film, the history of color, the Historical Materialism project, and the commemoration of the revolutionary past.
"Proxy Politics" is both a diagnosis of the modern political terrain and a potential framework and strategy with which to resist it.