An exhibition at Paris’ Grand Palais tries to shift our gaze away from Gauguin’s ickiness in Polynesia. It doesn’t work.
Paris’s Maison de Verre is a marvel of modernist architecture, ingeniously constructed to foster sociality.
The Off-White designer and captain of fashion’s new guard desperately tries to understand his past.
On what is lost when we spend our lives trying to avoid feeling alone.
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From dating to job prospects, a name has remarkable power over the path of its owner’s life.
On the expatriate’s experience and her existential dilemma