Happy Wednesday. ☀️ Today, we review Spike Lee and David Byrne’s American Utopia, which debuted this week at the Toronto International Film Festival. Critic Kambole Campbell says it “genuinely feels like a balm.”
Matt Stromberg looks at the 50 artists who will take turns delivering a Presidential address, a report discovers that only a quarter of public sculptures in the UK are of women, and Brooklyn activists are rallying to save a 40-year-old collective house of artists and organizers.
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