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(1 of 9) Typography instructor Herbert Bayer’s design for a cinema (c. 1924-1925) is a stark contrast to the elaborate theaters of the 1920s.
Image courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums and Busch-Reisinger Museum, ©President and Fellows of Harvard College
Exploring the Bauhaus and Harvard
Brighten and lighten
Illustration by Gaby D’Alessandro
The continuing appeal of novelist Rachel Ingalls
Photograph by Sasi/iStock
Navigating the challenges of caring for a child who is very ill
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Paolo Pasco and the art of making crosswords
Illustration by Matt Chinworth
Unpacking “what art does to us”
The multitalented Edward Gorey in September 1977, on the distinctive set he designed for the Broadway production of Dracula—for which he won a Tony Award for best costume design
Photograph by Jack Mitchell/Getty Images
An idiosyncratic new biography of Edward Gorey
Since 2016, says showrunner David Mandel, shown here with Veep stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale (below), it has become increasingly difficult for the show to outrun reality.
Photograph by Justin M Lubin/HBO
Showrunner David Mandel guides the final season of Veep—and finds himself politicized.