Author Andrea Chapin became a Shakespearean expert doing research for her historical novel, The Tutor, about an untold year in Shakespeare’s life where he has a steamy love affair with a young widow, who becomes the muse for Venus and Adonis. She tells Jim that Christopher Marlowe did not write the plays of Shakespeare, but that Shakespeare may very well have written the plays of Marlowe.
Everything is global these days: economics, trade, politics, whatever. So is the art world. MoMA’s Director Glenn Lowry tells Jim the whys and wherefores of MoMA’s global aspiration, which reaches as far as China, as near as Iceland and South America.