Crimson staff writer
Tomás Guerrero Jaramillo
‘Homo Irrealis’: Aciman on the Poetry and Metaphysics of Human Time
In André Aciman's latest book, “Homo Irrealis,” draws on everything from film to poetry, illustrating the way he conceives of his own work in particular and of art in general.
‘Lucian Freud: The Self-Portrait’ Provides Glimpses but not Clarity
Isolating Lucian Freud’s works as self-portraits opens the possibility for the viewer to focus momentarily on Freud’s formal choices before considering his subjects.
The End for ‘BoJack Horseman’
The truth is that words cannot do justice to this show. Its ability to package difficult, complex issues in a digestible, hilarious package is incredible.
Music Video Breakdown: ‘Tusa’ by Karol G and Nicki Minaj is The Epitome of Sad Boy Reggaeton
Karol G sings about this girl who is going out tonight. She's trying to dance her tusa away.
Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players Present their Fresh and Humorous Update of ‘H.M.S. Pinafore’
Even in its 13th iteration at Harvard, “H.M.S Pinafore” can still make an audience burst into laughter with every joke.
Winners of the Best Documentary Award in the 2019 Cannes Film Festival Come to Lowell House
On Nov. 14, Lowell House hosted an event with Waad al-Kateab and Edward Watts, the directors of “For Sama,” which won L'Œil d'or, the Best Documentary award, at the Cannes Film Festival this year.
Creating New Tradition: The Lowell House Film Series Welcomes Waad al-Kateab and Graham A. Sack ’03
In the second week of November, Lowell House will be hosting two award winning filmmakers.
‘Find Me’ a Piercing Account of Authentic Love in Maturity
"Find Me” is a truly remarkable achievement of love beyond the honeymoon teenage years.
The ArtLab Hosts ‘Koizumi,’ an Art Experiment
On Oct. 28, a rainy evening, the Harvard ArtLab hosted a performance titled “Koizumi,” an experimental work by the Boston Arts Collective, MASARY, and musician Jean Laurenz.
The Peabody Presents ‘Caspian: The Elements’
“Caspian: The Elements,” a collection of photos of the Caspian Sea by Chloe Dewe Mathews, stands out among the Peabody Museum’s exhibits of anthropological artifacts.