Logan Lockner

In his “Requiem for a Nun,” William Faulkner famously wrote, “The past is never dead. It’s not even passed.” Photographer Vesna Pavlović approached the image archive in the Museum of Yugoslav History in Belgrade with a similar spirit while gathering ...

As Arcade Fire has surely learned in the past few years, sometimes life isn’t so easy on top of the top music heap. One moment you’re indie darlings — revered by every hipster and pseudo-hipster from Spike Jonze to mix-making ...

On October 1, 2013, the federal government of the United States shut down. Exactly one week later, Representative John Lewis, D-Ga., was one of more than one hundred protestors arrested as part of a rally for immigrant dignity and respect ...

The eighth piece in Jason Kofke’s exhibition “EVERYTHING TOGETHER ALL AT ONCE” displayed at Midtown’s Beep Beep Gallery is a letterpress print called “1938.” Composed entirely of text except for the small image of the moon at the bottom of ...

Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts senator who reclaimed the former seat of Ted Kennedy for the Democratic Party last year, opened her remarks to the Senate on Sept. 30 by saying, “Madame President, I come to the floor today in a ...

In my grandparents’ bedroom, hung respectively over each of the bedside tables that flank the bed, are reproductions of the iconic 18th-century paintings known as “Blue Boy” and “Pinkie.”  These richly-lit portraits of youths clad in monochromatic attire were created ...

On June 25, 2013, the Supreme Court struck down Section 4 of 1965’s Voting Rights Act, the law largely recognized as the most substantial legislative product of the Civil Rights Movement.  Nearly a month later, on July 19, President Obama ...

Move over, Vermeer. Beneath the billboards and beyond the seemingly omnipresent Internet ads exhorting viewers to attend the exhibition of the 17th-century Dutch painting that will be in Atlanta through the end of September, exciting, challenging contemporary art is being ...

British electronic music wunderkind James Blake first drew deserved praise on both sides of the Atlantic with the release of his self-titled debut album in the spring of 2011. Having already drawn significant accolades in the U.K. for his work ...