Fifty-seven digital photographs printed on watercolor paper grace the galleries at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. All of them are horizontal. None of them are of people. This is Annie Leibovitz's new body of work.
As I listen to actor Bobby Cannavale speak of his life in theatre, movies and TV, I envision a portrait of him walking home in New York after a two-and-a-half hour stage performance.
Based on the first in a series of books by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, Beautiful Creatures (opening Thursday) hopes the "Twihards" can shift their focus from the undead to the magically endowed.
'Twas the night before Scotchmas and all through the house, not a bottle was open -- not even the Famous Grouse.
It would have been enough to offer -- under the soaring Belle Epoque steel-and-glass canopy of the Grand Palais -- the feast of images brought together by the world's top photography galleries.
There are many ways to interpret Precious. I acknowledge that Precious is about the darkest of human tragedies and, yes, depicts a horrible truth. The well-crafted art of film is always fiction presented as an artifact of truth. Pablo Picasso once said, "art is the lie that reveals the truth."
The arts, quite simply, nourish the soul. They sustain, comfort, inspire. There is nothing like that exquisite moment when you first discover the beauty of connecting with others in celebration of larger ideals and shared wisdom.
Beauty is only skin deep. This time-honored idiom -- and title of a former hit song by The Temptations -- recognizes an inexorable truth of human aging. Now this expression has found more contemporary implications in an era of digital photo editing.
It's been said that there are six degrees of separation between every two individuals on the planet. This statement no longer holds true. With today's technology, the entire world is at our fingertips. And thank goodness for me as a manicurist, that's a lot of hands to be done.
Feminist activists are rarely given the Hollywood treatment, and Demi Moore is, in some ways, an unlikely woman for the job.
Forever, my Vanity Fair moment will be the story of my father beginning to love me in his passing ... in ways he couldn't in his presence.
In today's Washington, we find ourselves looking to the Portrait Gallery for leadership, not our elected officials.
Luminaries from New York City's fashion and art worlds came out in droves last night to support Man's Best Friend. The Humane Society of New York hel...
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I was mildly alarmed to see news organizations substituting Leibovitz's rules for their own judgment about how long viewers need to actually see a photograph.