by Ruairí McCann The kiss, that flashpoint of intimacy, communication, and the present tense, has been the subject of art since its prehistory. In Andy Warhol’s Kiss (1963-64), this subject’s ancient roots, straightforward prurience, and its potential for stimulating abstraction…
photogénie #9 - boy howdy we've got a great new dossier over on photogénie and it features no fewer than three UltDog contributors. This issue (with a …
Hello friends, Apologies for the long silence. I hope you have been alright. Here is an excerpt from a roll I've titled snowing, in which I tried to us…
Two new articles went up this week! Enjoy: Lucrecia Martel: Four Feature Films Blu Review: Two Silent Films by John Ford (Eureka!)
Hello and happy Sunday to you, dear reader. I wanted to point out some neat streaming stuff that is still happening, and share a couple of articles wit…
Luise Mörke reflects on 'Solo Sunny', Walter Benjamin and the Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin. Read it here.
A year into the pandemic and the streaming options just keep coming! So here is a little list of free and interesting programs, arranged according to e…
hello and happy Thursday. We have a new article up on the site about virtual club culture over the last year.You can read it right here. And if you’re …
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