This Week in WCP Arts: The Hirshhorn’s Big-Name Spectacles, Celeste and Jesse, Tabi Bonney
Kriston Capps leads the arts section with a critique of the Hirshhorn's apparent strategy of big-name monumentalism—which continues this month with a splashy three-year basement installation by Barbara Kruger. Tricia Olszewski reviews two films about the family relationships we sometimes deceive ourselves into—Celeste and Jesse Forever and The Imposter. Marcus J. Moore listens to Lovejoy Park, Tabi Bonney's amorous new mixtape of electro-tinged tracks. Joe Warminsky digs the college-rock balance of Daddy Lion's first full-length, Habitat. Rebecca J. Ritzel isn't impressed by American Century Theater's Marathon '33, an ambitious two-and-a-half hour play about a 100-day dance-off. And in One Track Mind, Lindsay Zoladz talks to Shark Week, the band, on the eve of Shark Week, the week.