Arts writer

Mark Feeney

As writer, reviewer, and editor, Mark Feeney covers photography, film, and the arts. With the Globe since 1979, he was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in feature writing in 1994 and won a Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 2008. He is the author of a book, “Nixon at the Movies: A Book About Belief.”

Latest stories


King of comedy Judd Apatow talks about ‘The King of Staten Island’

By , Globe Staff

Directing Pete Davidson, Apatow returns for his first feature film in five years


They reveal as well as conceal: looking at masks as cultural artifact

By , Globe Staff

Masks have a long, rich history in movies and art.

Elsa Dorfman, photographer whose distinctive portraits illuminated her subjects and herself, dies at 83

By , Globe Staff

Elsa Dorfman, whose large-format Polaroid color portraits made her famous in the world of photography, and whose ebullient personality made her famous in the world of Cambridge, died Saturday at her Cambridge home.


On wings of song

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Many airports are named after military or political figures. Here are 10 named after composers and musicians.