Inspired by the Bauhaus and WPA posters, the midcentury designer all but invented the modern record-album cover.
A literary scholar argues that Leonard Woolf has been unfairly neglected—perhaps because his anti-imperialism implicated his friends.
What an 1897 exhibition at the British Museum can tell us about how African artworks were perceived in an era of imperialism.
Her climb into filmmaking began with programs designed to train African Americans. But to succeed, she needed to break into a mostly white male union.