Our latest Artwork Biography is from writer Noelle Nicholson. In ‘A Woman’s Work’ Noelle shares her investigation into Grace Carpenter Hudson’s ‘Blue Monday,’ an unusual painting of a Pomo Indian woman and child.
A conceptual design for a war memorial prioritizes the individual over the community, upending a centuries-old architectural language.
With ‘Midnight’s Children’ author Salman Rushdie found his voice. It would become an international cause.