"Otto Dix is a difficult artist to like," writes Judith Dobrzynski of the Weimar artist known for his harsh, cruel depictions of social and moral decay. "But admiration is a different thing altogether."
“Otto Dix is a difficult artist to like,” writes Judith Dobrzynski. “But admiration is a different thing altogether, and — hard as it is to view some of his images, especially those portraying sexual murders — Dix ranks among the greatest of 20th-century German artists.” Dobrzynski discusses Dix’s oeuvre, and how his “harsh,” “cruel,” and often-misogynistic work fits into the artistic canon.
Combining years of neurological research and mindfulness techniques, Dr. Heather Berlin helps us better understand how the body’s most complex organ can easily be misled into negative thinking - and how we can stop that from happening.
Economic prognosticators are increasingly looking for indicators in unconventional urban data. The newest offbeat predictors are finding information in obscure places -- but can they be trusted in forecasts?