Month: December 2020

Our Favorite Arts Pictures of 2020

The magenta glow of an exhibition outside the Guggenheim Museum, whose white spiral was off-limits to art lovers. The deserted grand staircase of a Metropolitan Opera silenced by the pandemic, its Sputnik chandeliers with no crowds to illuminate. Movie buffs, barred from cinemas, enjoying films at least semi-communally at a drive-in.

Yes, there was absence and apartness and pain as this most socially distant of years upended art and culture. But with hindsight, 2020 had many other things to say, too, as this selection of some of our favorite arts photography published this year by The New York Times makes clear.

Photographers for The New York Times captured it all, relying on their P.P.E. as well as their light meters and lenses to bring us not just the year’s pain but also its pleasures, with glimpses of much-needed triumphs and life-affirming beauty. Have a look.

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The GQ 2020 Cultural Survey

Pop culture has been bifurcated for years now, broken down into subsets of fandoms and communities with a decreasing number of films, television series and music piercing through to connect on a monocultural level. But this year felt like it put everyone on the most equal footing we’ve been on in maybe decades. All of us, writers, entertainers, celebrities alike, have been stuck inside with little else to do but consume pop culture, old and new. It feels like the whole country decided to watch or rewatch The Sopranos at the same time, we texted furiously about the genius of Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You and we were grateful to Cardi and Meg for “WAP” just as much as we quietly wished they held onto it until we could congregate in dark rooms with loud music without worrying about superspreading again.

GQ reached out to some of the entertainers

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Front-line workers honored with ‘combat paper’ art made from scrubs, military uniforms

A small arts studio nestled in the hills of Branchburg, N.J. is giving U.S. veterans a platform to share their stories and experiences through the art of making paper.

Nearly a decade ago, Frontline Arts began working with veterans through its flagship program, Frontline Paper, to have them deconstruct military uniforms and turn them into paper.

“I’d made artwork all my life, but I’d never really considered myself an artist,” Walt Nygard, studio manager of Frontline Arts and a veteran, told Fox News. “I always had jobs. But I am an artist. I can say that, in all honesty.”


Nygard’s journey began in 2011 when he was handed a piece of “combat paper” and he knew he was holding something special.

The Marine veteran who served in Vietnam and trained as an artist said he “immediately

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