Really? You're going to cry while you dump me? Shut up.
“This one is from Katie and Caroline, who claim to be our biggest fans, but this question is demented,” Dunham said. “Would you rather eat only mustard for the rest of your life or deep-fry your vagina?”
What is going on here? Why are people so excited about Paglia's latest on men's nature and campus sexual assault?
The European Union is considering a ban on the cadmium pigment in artists' paints. The commenting period on a restriction proposal with the European Chemical Agency (ECA) closed September 19, and if the measure is adopted when the
The Turner prize, launched 30 years ago, remains a focal point for British art and all its invention, vision and public outrage. Tate director Nicholas Serota and The Guardian's art critic Jonathan Jones consider its legacy, ahead of 2014's exhibition opening this week
Italy's most celebrated — and reclusive — novelist upends media expectations of female writers.
The photo-sharing network is becoming an important political protest tool.
The head of the Secret Service, Julia Pierson, should be asked why there wasn’t a straightforward account of the intrusion.
It's nearly impossible to describe Shonda Rhimes, the prolific producer behind Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder, in only three words.
In a dispatch this weekend appearing in Artforum's usually stultifying Scene & Herd blog, it was reported that artist Oscar Murillo had carried out an intriguing intervention at a party hosted by the Brazilian collector Frances Reynolds.