Eren Orbey on “Real Life,” the début from Brandon Taylor, a campus novel that rejects the usual characters—and clichés—of student life.
Françoise Mouly discusses the cover of the March 2, 2020, issue of The New Yorker, by Barry Blitt, featuring a portrait of Michael Bloomberg.
Johanna Fateman on the début U.S. exhibition of the Swiss photographer Senta Simond, at the Danziger Gallery, in New York, and about the intimate, spontaneous mood of Simond’s portraits.
Dan Plato said Cele was incorrect in saying the officers do not have the required documentation permitting them to work and took issue with them being described as ‘thugs’.
The tussle for money is a Brussels ritual, but is especially problematic this time around because of Britain’s departure from the EU.