The Baroque sculptor’s audience has finally come around to his way of seeing the world.
Pauline Kael showed us how to talk about popular art and fall in love with movies.
Dwight Macdonald shows us that only a great writer can be a great critic.
Eastwood? McQueen? Why James Garner is the real star of his era.
Often spot-on, sometimes creepy, David Thomson’s masterwork is the most influential book ever written about the movies—and the most infuriating.
America’s most energetic art form owes its success to compulsive singability.
Philip Roth has conjured up an alternative America—but fantasy is the wrong form for a writer uncannily able to find real life fantastic
A new but not improved translation