When I was a senior in high school, I wrote to one of my favorite artists, Maira Kalman, and asked if she had interns and if she’d like one. She said I could come reorganize her moss collection, walk her dog, and meet her mother. It was like peeking behind the curtain and finding the thing you’d both hoped for and dreaded: the actors still perfectly in character.
My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier (novel) and Roger Michell (adaptation) Fox Searchlight Pictures Take Rachel Weisz, and the rugged landscape of Cornwall, and Sam Claflin in the role of a Gothic Heroine, and […]
“Happy Dark,” an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Maren Karlson, is at Brooklyn’s Interstate Projects through June 18. Karlson, who lives and works in Berlin, populates her drawings with demonic cartoons, lurid, sinuous lines, […]