Today on SOLRAD, we celebrate the return of Hagai Palevsky who writes about the Emotional Dislocation in Sam Alden's SLEDGEHAMMER
Today on SOLRAD, Hagai Palevsky returns with a look at the recent revival of LITTLE NEMO by Frank Pé, and finds it shackled to a veneration of...
Hagai Palevsky returns to SOLRAD today with an examination of PLAZA by Yokoyama Yūichi through a Debord and Juvenal lens.
Still I Feel You Are Real: Hagai Palevsky reviews BABY ROSE MARIE SINGS “COME OUT, COME OUT” by Jenna Cha
Today on SOLRAD, Hagai Palevsky returns with a review of BABY ROSE MARIE SINGS "COME OUT, COME OUT" by Jenna Cha
Today on SOLRAD, Hagai Palevsky returns with a look at ISH by Adam De Souza, the limitations of language, and processing grief
Hagai Palevsky returns to SOLRAD with an essay about God, Yokoyama Yūichi, Yayoi Kusama, Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, and Martin Vaughn-James' THE CAGE,...
We're proud to have Hagai Palevsky back at SOLRAD, this week with a must-read review of Zuo Ma's NIGHT BUS, published in 2021 by Drawn & Quarterly.
One Must Imagine Jon Arbuckle Happy – Jim Davis’ ‘Garfield,’ the Pain of a Godless World, and the Discovery of Fulfillment Amidst Spiritual Desolation
Hagai Palevsky gives us an extremely deep reading of the April 29th, 1987 Garfield strip by Jim Davis, and gives a spiritual look at the world of...
The Machine is Calling: THE LONGEST DAY OF THE FUTURE, SOFT CITY, And Complementary Visions of the Future of the Spectacle
Hagai Palevsky makes his debut at SOLRAD with an analysis of THE LONGEST DAY OF THE FUTURE and SOFT CITY. Your must read of the week!