'As recessions and lockdowns endanger non-digital retail, we explore Magnum’s depictions of shopping malls, looking over the glossy surfaces, and behind the scenes of, consumerist playgrounds through the ages.'
“An actor shot himself, the one who played Superman. Every kid on the block is upset.”
The death of actor George Reeves in the summer of 1959 remains one of the most speculated moments in Hollywood history. Reeves, most famous for portraying Clark Kent/Superman in the black-and-white, and later color, television series of the late fifties, was adored by legions of young fans who would rush home to watch The Adventures of Superman on their television sets.
Reeves was found dead in his Laurel C...
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"There was also a sense of movement and flow in his work, just like a dance in motion"
SabinaStent looks at Henri Cartier-Bresson's images capturing the art of dancing
For Polygon I wrote about the influence of Powell and Pressburger’s gorgeous A Matter of Life and Death on both Captain America: The First Avenger and Agent Carter.