The arts market is experiencing a sort of crisis around the divide between concert art and concept art. Calle 13’s performance with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Latin Grammy Awards bridges that gap.
In less than one month, Occupy Wall Street has accomplished four important goals that the “professional left” has failed to pull off. What can and will come from the OWS movement? Nobody knows for sure. But Emily Goulding examines its successes thus far.
By political accident, the type of work created in the capital of the Free World and the capital of the Commie World is similar. Great Recession-era Americans are no entirely longer sold on capitalism; Cuban artists are no longer entirely sold on communism.
In Part I, Emily Goulding asks whether or not millennials dress in (Jimmy) Carter Chic. The Boho Nation dresses like Obama equals Carter, because it sure feels like Obama is Carter. If fashion is the subconscious of a culture, then this is what we’re feeling.
The psychology of hunger, and the psychology of scarcity, thinks there’s never enough to go around. The body tells us, “Now is not the time to try new things,” even though a recession is really the perfect time to try new things.