By Deena ElGenaidi
SEPT 2019 | Books
In todays political climate, people, particularly women, are angryand rightfully so. Burn It Down, the forthcoming anthology of essays edited by Lilly Dancyger, features 22 writers who explore what it means to be angry and the reasons for their anger as women today.
By Robert C. Morgan
MAY 2019 | ArtSeen
Not since an exhibition of Warhols screenprints some years ago have I elected to write about the work of this monumental art world figure. Despite the controversy at that time, focusing on the history of Jews in the twentieth century, these prints seemed to hold resonances, both aesthetic and political, yet dissimilar to those embedded in Warhol Women.