Teresa Blankmeyer Burke reviews Sound of Metal, an Amazon original movie directed by Darius Marder.
Now that Trump is no longer President, Dieter Declercq reflects on the value of political parody.
Julia Minarik muses on post-mortem ink.
Mary Beth Willard asks, is a moral obligation to abstain from the art of morally monstrous artists?
John Dyck asks, does it make sense to say something is good just because it’s bad?
Joan Forry on fire hydrants and the aesthetics of the everyday.
Elizabeth Scarbrough seeks out the aesthetics of ruins.
Aderemi Artis argues that cups, bowls and mugs might stand above pretty, but useless art.
Andrea Baldini considers the philosophical significance of elegance.
Aili Bresnahan explores a wide-ranging book about performance.
Derek Matravers asks, what do we do when we engage with art?