Sarah Larson writes about the life and work of Ric Ocasek, who died on Sunday, at seventy-five, and was a singer for the Cars and a producer for other artists.
Amanda Petrusich writes on the legacy of the photographer Robert Frank, who died on Monday, including his book “The Americans,” his work in the Museum of Modern Art’s famed exhibition “The Family of Man,” and his approach to ambiguity.
Judith Thurman on the life and legacy of the designer Isabel Toledo, who died last week, at the age of fifty-nine.
Briana Younger on the death of the rapper Nipsey Hussle, who, she writes, embodied the best of hip-hop
Richard Brody writes about the life and work of the filmmaker Agnès Varda, who died this week, at age ninety, and the legacy of her films such as “Faces Places,” “Cleo from 5 to 7,” “Jane B. pour Agnès V.,” and more.