‘BioShock Infinite’ marred by broad, first-person shooter genre

‘BioShock Infinite’ marred by broad, first-person shooter genre

April 1, 2013
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As the sequel to the beloved “BioShock,” the expectations for “BioShock Infinite” reached unprecedented heights. Overall, the game and its immersive world do not disappoint. However, while many feel this game is both a climax and conclusion to the Xbox 360-PlayStation 3 generation, “Infinite... Read more »

Guggenheim’s ‘Gutai’ exhibit enjoyable, enlightening despite space difficulty

Guggenheim’s ‘Gutai’ exhibit enjoyable, enlightening despite space difficulty

February 20, 2013
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“Gutai: Splendid Playground” is the first major retrospective of the Japanese art movement in the United States since its debut at the Martha Jackson Gallery in 1958. Upon entering the Guggenheim, one immediately witnesses a reproduction of Sadamasa Motonaga’s “Water.” The installation, ... Read more »