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  • Get ready for the election with 'Presidential Campaign Posters'

    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 Librar
  • How 'Moby-Dick' helped Matt Kish reignite his passion for illustration

    How 'Moby-Dick' helped Matt Kish reignite his passion for illustration
    A 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...

    New England landscapes build on tradition

     New England landscapes build on tradition
    If you could gather all the artists who have been infatuated by the rugged New England coast over the years, you'd have a pretty good American art museum. Thomas Cole — the founder of the Hudson River School — was among the first when he...

    Thomas Adès in all his aspects

    Thomas Adès in all his aspects
    International fame just doesn't happen to many classical composers. But when it does, it can strike like a runaway train. Consider Thomas Adès. Hailed in his 20s as the heir to Benjamin Britten and more recently by the New York Times as maybe "the most...

    Voltaire and the not-so-random Random House

    On April 25, the New York Public Library’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)...