Column | Sep 10, 2011 | 10:00 PM
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Story | Nov 10, 2011A couple of years ago, about the time Matt Kish turned 40, he decided his hobby was becoming laborious and unrewarding. By day he drove from his home in Columbus, Ohio, to Dayton, where he worked in a library, his title, "audio-video materials selection specialist," as exhausting as his commute. But by night he painted and drew — so much so that, though Kish had never taken art classes, trained as an illustrator, found gallery representation or sold a single piece of art, he considered himself something of a frustrated artist.
Story | May 25, 2012
Before the era of the 24-hour news cycle and weekly televised debates, the predominant and most creative outlet for presidential candidates to communicate their vision was the campaign poster. With "Presidential Campaign Posters" (Quirk Books, $40), the...
Story | Mar 6, 2011
Story | Apr 21, 2010
On April 25, the New York Public Libraryâ€™s exhibit "Candide at 250: Scandal and Success" will end its six-month run. Times staff writer Adam Tschorn recently paid a visit and reports back below. As a philosophy major (and unapologetic optimist)...