Ukrainian painter Kazimir Malevich considered the art of painting shackled by natural forms and colors. In 1918, he wrote down why it needed to be set free – a manifest equally fascinating and crazy.
The eclectic relationship between Jean-Paul Satre and Simone de Beauvoir was too good to be true. Or was it?
The internet seems endless. But is it really? A conversation with American poet and artist Kenneth Goldsmith.
The famous curator’s schedule barely allows for sleep. But his job requires it.
A talk about fighting the internal clock – and embracing it.
Jennifer Jacquet argues that shame is often our most potent instrument to enforce social norms and punish those that go against them. For her, shame is not just a strong emotion but a powerful...
Perhaps Paris is best enjoyed without company.