The artist’s industrious paintings and drawings, made across four decades, are now on view at Luhring Augustine.
By Jason Farago
Six loosely linked essays from the author “whose only homeland was on the page.”
By Joshua Cohen
“A Place in the Country,” first published in German in 1998, consists of lightly connected essays in which W. G. Sebald writes about six artists he admires.
By John Williams
Beaches have gone from backdrops of death to sunny, idyllic spots to imperiled expanses.
By John R. Gillis
A California-based software developer mapped the many places mentioned in W. G. Sebald’s “The Rings of Saturn.”
W. G. Sebald, the German-born author of “The Emigrants,” “Austerlitz” and “The Rings of Saturn,” is the subject of a new documentary.
A. O. SCOTT
The author’s walks through the once-important coastal towns and villages around Suffolk County found their way into his hybrid novel, travelogue and memoir “The Rings of Saturn.”
By Rachel B. Doyle
“After Nature,” the big new show at the New Museum, is a strange, lugubrious, wildly uneven dream of an exhibition.
By Ken Johnson
New poetry collections from Kate Northrop, David Trinidad, W. G. Sebald, Cathy Song and Paul Guest.
Reviews by Eric McHenry
CAMPO SANTO By W. G. Sebald. Translated by Anthea Bell. Illustrated. 221 pp. Random House. $24.95.
By Jennifer Schuessler