Tag: Lisa Hanawalt
FLOOD Presents The Year in Art and Culture
Media’s boundaries are more porous than ever, and great artwork abounds. So does weirdness.
The Over-the-Top Solutions Cure: Because Going to the Mat Isn’t Always a Bad Idea
Pop culture recommendations for those of us who may have big dreams, but who lack the ability to climb up the face of a glass-fronted skyscraper in order to pursue them.
Little Bundles of Joy: “BoJack Horseman” and the Art of the Minor Epiphany
“BoJack Horseman” is a show that’s about a lot of things—adulthood, ambition, depression, Los Angeles, legacies, and more—but the recent “Fish Out of Water” episode shows how it can deliver profundities even when it isn’t trying, simply by plumbing the depths of its utterly original world.