Brian T. Allen reviews The Man in the Glass House: Philip Johnson, Architect of the Modern Century, by Mark Lamster.
A posthumous show for a female Christian mystic invites spiritual contemplation.
It’s worth leaving the Acela corridor to see museums in Chicago and Indianapolis, but skip the light show in the park.
A new production of Eugene O’Neill’s underwhelming Ah, Wilderness! opens in New York.
Art is dead, and modernists killed it.
A literary-music series commemorating the poet attempts to appeal to a modern audience.
The Notre Dame murals are not a hill to die on, but where does the war on art stop?
I laughed and I cried – all the things you hope to do when setting out to a theater.
A parody of the contemporary art world is less absurd than the real thing.
Wares at the annual charity event run the gamut from colonial furniture, to a watercolor by a Victorian fairy painter, to a Space Age tea set.