Tim Brinkhof is a Dutch-born, New York-based journalist reporting on art, history, and literature. He studied early Netherlandish painting and Slavic literature at New York University, worked as an editorial assistant for Film Comment magazine, and has written for Esquire, Film & History, History Today, and History News Network.
Even the most unorthodox posthumous plans have their own historical, spiritual, and scientific significance.
Charlie Kaufman's Synecdoche, New York is the kind of film that makes you laugh and cry at the same time.
Some intellectuals use charisma and deception to obscure the holes in their arguments. Here is how to see through their smokescreen.
Though gloomy and dense, Russian literature is hauntingly beautiful, offering a relentlessly persistent inquiry into the human experience.