Sacha Baron Cohen Is Duping Republicans. Is He the James O’Keefe of the Left?

Mr. Cohen’s Showtime series, “Who Is America,” has used deception to embarrass G.O.P. figures, similar to the way Mr. O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has targeted liberals.

Forest Lawn Museum extends GOOOOL! The World Cup’s Greatest Moments exhibition

This summer, while the world’s attention turned to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, where 32 teams competed for soccer’s ultimate prize, Forest Lawn Museum is presenting GOOOOL! The World Cup’s Greatest Moments, an original art exhibition that marks the premiere traveling exhibition of objects from the collection the FIFA World Football Museum in Zürich, Switzerland. Images, jerseys, soccer balls, medals, tickets and other soccer objects that reveal the greatest and most controversial moments in soccer history—spanning from a pennant awarded to Garrincha, the hero of Brazil’s second World Cup victory in 1962, to the 1998 FIFA World Cup France™ jersey belonging to Zinédine Zidane, one of only three players since 1966 to score twice in a final—are on display in GOOOOL! The World Cup’s Greatest Moments at Forest

Cerveceria Cru Cru opens group exhibition curated by Kim Córdova and Fabiola Iza

Cuando el sol emana más energía de la que nuestros ojos pueden absorber. Glaring Sights springs from the anxiety provoked by the fundamentally contradictory nature of political ideology — how it camouflages itself, pretending to disappear while it actually consolidates and perpetuates itself. The works here presented explore a variety of geographical and historical scenarios that consider the function of political ideology as a crucial element for the social construction of national identities. Enacting a conscious effort to distance from conceptions of politics as a matter of parties or alignment with any specific agenda, this group of works addresses politics as a form of lived experience. Collectively they suggest an interest in the performative strategies through which political systems are shaped and give birth to control devices — be they visual, narrative, soundbased, etc. Thus, obsessive