An Interview with Andres Serrano, the Photographer Who Aestheticizes Violence
We caught up with the ever-provocative artist Andres Serrano to talk about his intense new exhibition, power, and stating the obvious.
The Islamic State Has Launched an Assault on the Outskirts of Baghdad
At least 12 people were killed when Islamic State suicide bombers and gunmen attacked Iraqi army and police posts on the western outskirts of Baghdad on Sunday.
The US Faces a Moment of Truth on Torture
The Obama administration is sending a delegation to testify before the Committee Against Torture in Geneva, and will soon need to explain their decision to withhold up to 2,100 photos of US soldiers abusing Iraqi and Afghan detainees.
Up to 2,100 Photos of US Soldiers Abusing Prisoners May Soon Be Released
The government has argued that releasing the photos will put the lives of American soldiers and civilians in danger. The judge doesn't sound so sure.