Joan E. Biren’s images from the ’70s and ’80s—which appear in the new exhibit “Art After Stonewall”—reflect an effort to document and encourage lesbian love.
A new book about the singer’s alleged sex crimes, written by the journalist Jim DeRogatis, further challenges the facade of Kelly’s despondence.
Ava DuVernay’s miniseries about the so-called ‘Central Park Five’ illustrates, with excruciating clarity, the consequences of dehumanizing language.
The second season of the 'Do the Right Thing' director’s Netflix adaptation dials back the romantic drama, but leans into tonally confused social commentary.
The National Book Award–winning author writes complex teenage protagonists whose real-life counterparts have long faced literary erasure.
Aïda Muluneh’s vibrant images explore Ethiopian identity, and her photo festival aspires to shape a new vision of the continent.
The Houston artist’s much-anticipated debut album, 'Fever', is a remarkable mix of braggadocio, lyrical acuity, and self-awareness.
The writer talks about his debut short-fiction collection, which channels much of the same caustic humor and heartrending dialogue as his Netflix series.