In 1926, when Alberto Giacometti moved into his studio in an unassuming atelier in the Parisian neighborhood of Montparnasse, he thought it was tiny. “But the longer I stayed, the bigger it became,” the artist later recalled. “I could fit anything I wanted into it.” He would remain in the dimly lit space—which had a leaky roof and, often, no running water—for nearly 40 years. Read more.
A white man shares publicly that a group of Black Harvard graduates “look like gang members to me” and claims he would have said the same of white people dressed similarly. A white physician mistakes a Black physician for a janitor and says it was an honest mistake. A white woman asks to touch a Black classmate’s hair, is scolded for doing so and sulks, “I was just curious.” Read more.