At the Atlantic, Sophie Gilbert has a piece on Dr. Seuss’ anti-Fascist cartoons and their complicated legacy.
Hyperallergic has an intriguing gallery of Victorian Christmas cards ranging from the charming to the disturbing. (Some are both)
In 1934, following the death of Lenin, one of the new rulers of the Soviet Union identified a “conspiracy” in the upper echelons of Soviet government and began a series of murderous purges that left hundreds of officials, labor leaders, intellectuals, artists, and most importantly his personal enemies […]
Open Culture has all eight issues of Dada (1971-21) and you can download them! “Edited by [Tristan] Tzara and including his manifesto in issue 3, the magazine ‘served to distinguish and define Dada in the many cities it infiltrated,’ writes the Art Institute of Chicago, ‘and allowed its […]
The Gutter’s own Carol was invited back on the Projection Booth (again!) to discuss Hard To Be A God (2013) and Hard To Be A God (1989), along with the 1963 novel by Boris and Arkady Strugatsky.
Behold the creepy, eerily beautiful, hellishly frightening and sometimes hilarious delights of this year’s Vanguard Program at the Toronto International Film Festival: Demon; February; The Missing Girl; Evolution; Lace Crater; Der Nachtmahr; Collective Invention; Love; Men & Chickens; My Big Night; Veteran; Hellions; Endorphine; Zoom; and, No Men […]