These Sad Clown Sculptures Are Way Too Realistic Not to Feel You
In ‘The World Just Makes Me Laugh,' sculptor Ugo Rondinone brings his trippy, sad clowns to UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive.
IDM Was the Romanticism of the New Millennium
What do Aphex Twin and Brahms have in common? What if we told you that Beethoven used the same expository technique as Autechre?
Gucci’s Favorite Painter Is a Self-Taught Instagram Star
“Unskilled Worker” started painting at 48 and became internationally famous by 50.
Chief Keef’s “Love Sosa” Is Truly the Great Romantic Ballad of a Generation
It's not only because it has "Love" in the title, though that helps.
'Dear Esther' Offers A Different, Romantic Sort of Apocalypse
The debut game by The Chinese Room makes us confront our cosmic smallness. Also you walk a lot.
These Paintings Take a Fairytale Turn to a Forest Far, Far Away
Enter Andy Kehoe’s nymphic fantasy world.
How Gothic Romanticism Inspires My Desserts
My desserts are kind of like my taste in music and my wardrobe. I definitely consider myself to be a little witchy in the way I dress every day, and I love the Misfits and Black Flag.
Barcelona and the Burden of Beauty
As the team struggles on the pitch, Barcelona's front office is bleeding front-office types and losing its claim as the world's most beautiful team.
Next Level Absinthe Tripping Has Always Been Psychosomatic
Lofty 19th century Romantics were really into knocking back absinthe because they believed that it allowed them to transcend the mere mortals of this earth. Sadly, absinthe isn't actually hallucinogenic and any tripping was all in their heads.