Tag: Judyta Frodyma

14 November, 2016

Judyta Frodyma

Say a prayer for the cowboy

Judyta Frodyma revisits three vignettes from the life of Leonard Cohen.

3 July, 2014

Judyta Frodyma

Something Gold Can Stay

19 May, 2014

Judyta Frodyma

“Excuse Emily and her Atoms”

Dickinson's envelope poems peel of the pages of this beautifully organized and presented exhibit-book.

13 March, 2014

Judyta Frodyma

Growing Together with ‘Her’

1 January, 2014

The Best of 2013 (ORbits)

24 October, 2013

Judyta Frodyma

Sex and Pleasure in Japanese Art

18 March, 2013

Judyta Frodyma

Liquid Landscapes

The National Maritime Museum's extensive exhibition of the photography of Ansel Adams is a little too crowded to do these canonical depictions of the American landscape justice.

21 January, 2013

Judyta Frodyma

Loving Leonard Cohen

Sylvie Simmons's new biography of Leonard Cohen gives an intimate and detailed account of a life on tour.

22 October, 2012

Judyta Frodyma

Journey to the Self

Judyta Frodyma finds The Old Ways tows readers along a narcissistic path of self-indulgent prose.

25 July, 2011

Judyta Frodyma

Surveying a Nation

Rachel Hewitt's Map of a Nation traces the institutional history of Britain's geographical self-image.