How the preeminent photographic record of the period excluded people of color from the nation’s self-image
The 45th president should be an easy target for political cartoonists, but they’ve struggled to come up with an image that sticks.
Is Yayoi Kusama’s new participatory-art exhibit about seeking profound experiences—or posting selfies?
Nearly half a century ago, a feminist art historian asked why there had been no great female artists. A new wave of all-women exhibitions revives the question—and suggests a new answer.
I glided through sentence after sentence, volume after volume, on my Android in the nighttime darkness. The experience was remarkably ... Proustian.
Some of Charles Schulz’s fans blame the cartoon dog for ruining Peanuts. Here’s why they’re wrong.
Two decades after her photographs of her children created a furor, she reveals the curious logic of her art.
The French satirical weekly took its name—and more—from Charles Schulz' roundheaded hero.
The dead-mother plot is a classic of children’s fiction, but animated movies have supplied a new twist: the fun father has taken her place.
Out is the new in.