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From the music to the plot, ‘The Photograph’ is a refreshing take on two people falling in love

#MeToo-era Pulitzers give Trump one on the nose

This year's Pulitzer juries awarded prizes to works that highlight the notable pitfalls of Donald Trump's presidency

Kendrick Lamar, the first rapper to win a Pulitzer

Kendrick Lamar has become the first non-classical, non-jazz artist to win the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for the music category

A soundtrack with its eye on the score

"Soundtracks are not scores. At best, they are marketing gimmicks with a pretence at a soul".

Kendrick Lamar’s “All the Stars” video in appropriation scandal

A near-exact facsimile of Viktor’s work from her Constellations series appears in the Kendrick Lamar and Sza collaboration.

Into the heart of white suburbia and the fear of the black body

Maybe it’s being raised in racist enclaves. Whatever it is, white people still believe they are the rightful owners of South Africa

Poets reclaim Cape Town’s historical narrative

A jamboree of poets traverses the city, feels it’s pain and emerges to restore what was taken

On the lists week: DAMN, Falling Upwards and ​the Black Christ of the Andes

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