Trevor Paglen’s “Orbital Reflector” is waiting for F.C.C. clearance before it can be activated. The artist says it might not survive the wait.
Serving in the Lindsay administration, he argued that Lennon was a cultural asset when the Nixon administration tried to deport him in the early 1970s.
David Treuer’s “The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee” shows the history of American Indians as more than victimhood.
The renowned soul singer said in a statement to Variety that it was “unfortunate that our national anthem has been dragged into this debate.”
With its focus on black cultural contributions across the world, a museum opens amid a heated debate about reclaiming plundered art.
Like democracy itself, this film assumes such a broad mandate and has such noble intentions that indicating its shortcomings seems almost beside the point.
In 1978 Vanessa Redgrave castigated “Zionist hoodlums” in her acceptance speech, Paddy Chayefsky castigated her, and protesters and counterprotesters took to the streets.
Questions were raised over why a museum of Latino art was feting Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis, whose archconservative friends oppose Pope Francis.
A TV film starring Benedict Cumberbatch about Britain’s 2016 referendum on membership in the European Union had a difficult journey to the screen.