Wednesday, September 2 2009
Jules Feiffer's groundbreaking Village Voice comics delivered a satirical take on current events and paved the way for many contemporary strips.
Thursday, May 23 2013
Gregory Crewdson's photographs are so packed with visual information that they reward minutes and even hours of scrutiny, and the fact that you must be an active participant in the process of creating meaning makes them that much more memorable.
Wednesday, May 15 2013
Wimsey’s world, of posh city clubs and grand country houses, is a pleasant place to escape to for a few hours, without any need to worry too much about whether it bears more than a passing resemblance to any historical reality.
Tuesday, April 9 2013
The second season of Boss delves further into the twisted power relations among a cast of larger-than-life characters.
Friday, March 15 2013
Sociologist Edgar Morin and anthropologist/filmmaker Jean Rouch raise questions about documentary truth and reality in Chronicle of a Summer.
Monday, March 4 2013
Because most people are used to films that tell stories or make arguments, the natural response is to impose meaning on the images in Bestiaire, a response that reduces their immediateness and reality.
Wednesday, December 2 2009
Studs Terkel’s Working: A Graphic Adaptation - New Press [$22.95]
Saturday, August 29 2009
Jules Feiffer's groundbreaking Village Voice comics delivered a satirical take on current events and paved the way for contemporary strips like Tom Tomorrow’s “This Modern World” and David Rees’ “Get Your War On”. This week's Iconographies focuses on The Explainers the recent collection of Feiffer's Village Voice comics.