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Oct 21, 2019

What's on TV Monday: ‘Cosmos' and ‘Catherine the Great'
Andrzej Zulawski's final film is streaming on Kanopy. And a mini-series starring Helen Mirren makes its debut.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

‘Mr. Robot' Season 4, Episode 3: 'Twas the Night Before Christmas
This week's episode offered a whole new level of insight into Whiterose. It was also extremely sexy.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

‘The Affair' Season 5, Episode 9: Wildfire
Noah's career is going up in flames, just like parts of California.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

‘Watchmen' Series Premiere Recap: Exhilarating Confusion
The pilot is a profoundly destabilizing experience for newcomers and fans of the original alike, delivering on ideas and spectacle in equal measure.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

Review: ‘American Utopia' Is David Byrne's Neighborhood
This jubilant production, choreographed by Annie-B Parson, transforms an icon of alienation into a cosmically cozy senior statesman.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

Which Way to ‘Starry Night'? A Reimagined MoMA Opens to the Public
Drawn by free admission on Sunday, more than 7,000 visitors let themselves get lost in the Museum of Modern Art's larger, reorganized spaces.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

‘Maleficent' Sequel Disappoints at Box Office
While Disney's "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" led in ticket sales, its earnings didn't do much to offset its considerable costs.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

Review: Helen Mirren Wears the Crown (This Time, Russia's)
An actress with extensive experience playing female rulers takes on one of the most powerful in HBO's "Catherine the Great."

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

For 24 Hours Onstage, Alia Shawkat Felt Great to Feel ‘Shameless'
The "Arrested Development" actress made quite the New York stage debut, repeating one fiery scene opposite about 100 different actors in "The Second Woman."

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

Review: Susanna Malkki Returns to the New York Philharmonic
In her third appearance with the orchestra, she proved once again why she's one of the most exciting and in-demand conductors of her generation.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

Nick Tosches, Fiery Music Writer and Biographer, Dies at 69
He brought a brash style to coverage of the rock world in the late 1960s and '70s, then applied similar skills to novels and books on Dean Martin and Sonny Liston.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

Review: Christopher Rouse Leaves a Haunting Final Symphony
The composer died last month. But not before finishing his Sixth Symphony, which premiered on Friday in Cincinnati.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

Their Land Became Part of Central Park. They're Coming Back in a Monument.
A new sculpture will honor the Lyons family, black activists and property owners who once lived in Seneca Village, a community destroyed by the creation of the park.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 20, 2019

What's on TV Sunday: ‘Watchmen' and ‘Limetown'
Damon Lindelof's take on the comic book series airs on HBO. And Jessica Biel stars in a new sci-fi thriller based on a fiction podcast.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 19, 2019

The Rise of DaBaby, From Memes to the Mosh Pit
The year's most consistent new hip-hop star combines intense rhymes with online savvy.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 19, 2019

High Schools to TikTok: We're Catching Feelings
Teens love the app, and now it's getting the stamp of approval with teacher-approved clubs. Did school just get ... fun?

NYTimes Arts
Oct 19, 2019

When Mary Met Edgar: Exploring Cassatt and Degas
The artists' mysterious relationship was one of the most significant of the Impressionist era. A new play delves into their connection.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 19, 2019

Samuel Hynes, Professor Whose Books Taught Lessons of War, Dies at 95
He wrote about Yeats and Auden, but as a former pilot in World War II, he was best known for exploring the reality of battle.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 19, 2019

What Happened in the Impeachment Inquiry This Week?
Mick Mulvaney creates a storm. A meeting devolves into insults and finger-pointing. More testimony. And a resignation.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 19, 2019

Drawn From Poverty: Art Was Supposed to Save Canada's Inuit. It Hasn't.
Indigenous work is all the rage in the Canadian art world. But life in the North is as much a struggle as ever.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 19, 2019

The Life of Cameron Douglas, From Privilege to Prison and Back
In his memoir "Long Way Home," Michael Douglas's oldest son examines the "demented death wish" that drove him to drugs and crime, shining a light on his famous family along the way.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 19, 2019

‘People Were Bleeding All Over': America's Most Dangerous Amusement Park
Action Park was infamous for bruises, scars, broken bones — even death. Now it is the subject of a documentary.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 19, 2019

The Nightlife Outlaws of East Los Angeles
Daniel Jack Lyons is a photographer who divides his time between New York, Los Angeles and Mozambique. Daniel Hernandez is a Styles West fellow and the author of "Down and Delirious in Mexico City," a nonfiction exploration of youth subcultures in Mexico.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 19, 2019

For Some Horror Writers, Nothing Is Scarier Than a Changing Planet
While literary fiction often sidesteps the climate crisis, eco-horror is filling the breach.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 19, 2019

Ed Clark, Pioneering Abstract Expressionist Painter, Dies at 93
In 2014, Mr. Clark received the Legends and Legacy Award from the Art Institute of Chicago for his 70 years of painting.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 19, 2019

What's on TV Saturday: ‘Tell Me Who I Am' and ‘Patsy & Loretta'
An incredible story of amnesia and family trauma hits Netflix, and the tale of Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn's friendship airs on Lifetime.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Kate Braverman, Who Wrote of Women on the Margins, Dies at 70
Her novels, short stories and poetry were dense with lush and spellbinding imagery. As a teacher, one former student said, "She lived and died by the word."

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Samuel Hynes, Professor Whose Books Taught Lessons of War, Dies at 94
He wrote about Yeats and Auden, but as a former pilot in World War II, he was best known for exploring the reality of battle.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

It's Fall, So the Best-Seller Lists Are Brimming With New Books
One of them, Jason Reynolds's middle-grade novel "Look Both Ways," is a National Book Award finalist.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Dorothea Buck, 102, Dies; Nazi Victim and Voice for Mentally Ill
After a forced sterilization at 19, she became first a sculptor and then an advocate for more humane psychiatric care in modern Germany and beyond.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

What's in the Murder Book? Marilyn Stasio Wants to Know.
Her latest Crime column features a cold case for Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch and whodunits from Susan Isaacs, Charles Todd and Deborah Crombie.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Two Poets With Alert and Nimble Eyes on American Life
"Collected Poems of Bob Kaufman" showcases the poet's distinctive and subversive voice, and Reginald Dwayne Betts's sensitive third collection, "Felon," finds the writer in transition.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

When James Baldwin Squared Off Against William F. Buckley Jr.
"The Fire Is Upon Us," by Nicholas Buccola, is at once a biography of two leading American intellectuals and an in-depth look at their legendary 1965 debate over civil rights.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

‘Chasing Rainbows' Review: Judy Garland's Happy Days
Focusing on the entertainer's early years, this Paper Mill Playhouse musical offers buoyant tap numbers but sidesteps the material's most troubling implications.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Review: ‘Leavenworth' Puts the Army on Trial
A documentary mini-series on Starz examines the case of a platoon leader whose own men accused him of murder in Afghanistan.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
A farewell to Elijah Cummings. Federal inaction on e-cigarettes. Russians bomb Syrian hospitals. Robert Pattinson. Noel Fielding. Rachel Weisz. And more.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Dark Books for Dark Times
Read these spine-tingling works of science fiction and fantasy at your own risk.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

‘Parasite' and South Korea's Income Gap: Call It Dirt Spoon Cinema
Bong Joon Ho's latest film joins a growing list of movies criticizing South Korean inequality — a problem so pervasive it has given birth to its own slang.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Keith Haring Mural Cut Out of New York Stairwell Heads to Auction
The move, by a church that housed the figures in its former youth center, prompts questions about who should benefit from a public work of art.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Bill Macy, a Memorable Sitcom Foil on ‘Maude,' Dies at 97
After years of stage roles, Mr. Macy became a TV star in the 1970s as Walter, the harried husband of Bea Arthur's larger-than-life title character.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Filmmakers in Gritty Tokyo, Not a Cherry Blossom in Sight
"Shitamachi," a new Film Forum retrospective, offers a primer on the geography and rich culture of the Japanese capital's working-class neighborhoods.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

The Playlist: Prince's Unheard Acoustic Gem, and 9 More New Songs
Hear tracks by Matt Berninger and Phoebe Bridgers, Katy Perry, Matana Roberts and others.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

7 Podcasts for the Sports Fan
Every sport needs a good commentator, and these shows offer everything from postgame analysis to historical storytelling.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

J.D. Salinger, Unbound
A new exhibit at the New York Public Library offers an unprecedented glimpse into the novelist's creative process and private life.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

‘Watchmen': Here's What to Know From the Comics
Damon Lindelof's new HBO series is set roughly 30 years after the original comic book series, but it lives in the same universe. Having a little background helps.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Netflix's ‘The Laundromat' Goes On as Court Transfers Lawsuit
A judge on Thursday ruled that a defamation lawsuit filed by the firm at the center of the Panama Papers should be heard in the Los Angeles area.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Review: A Fearless Soprano Shows What's Possible
Barbara Hannigan blazed in contemporary music in two intimate concerts at the Park Avenue Armory.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

This Hip-Hop Legend's True Passion? Kites
DJ Kool Herc, a pioneer of the breakbeat, is also a master of kites.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Superman Speaks His Truth
A change is right around the corner. What will it mean for the hero, his world and his fans? Brian Michael Bendis explains.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Priced Out of Classical Music? Try Concerts for $8.33
Peoples' Symphony Concerts quietly offers Carnegie Hall-quality artists for less than a Manhattan movie ticket. Or even a large popcorn.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

A Swiss Orchestra Dances Beyond the Boundaries of Classical Music
The Geneva Camerata has won over audiences in Europe with a genre-blurring mix of music and movement. Next stop: an American debut in New York.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

There Are Worse Roles Than the Seducer. Ask Alexander Skarsgard.
The actor talks about his latest turn as a compelling sociopath in "The Kill Team" and his Emmy-winning role in "Big Little Lies."

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Review: ‘Modern Love' Is Charming but Uneven
Based on the New York Times column of the same name, the Amazon anthology series is the TV equivalent of an Instagrammable latte.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Will Brexit Help France's Flagging Art Market?
David Zwirner is branching out, opening a gallery in Paris, and more dealers are heading for the FIAC fair.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

With the Guggenheim, Frank Lloyd Wright Built a Soaring and Intimate Sanctuary for Art
Just before he died, the architect created a spiraling city square that elevates the work it houses.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

The Week in Arts: Alicia Keys, Mark Morris and an Expanded MoMA
The singer headlines Tidal's benefit concert in Brooklyn; and the Museum of Modern Art debuts its larger, more diverse collection.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

New in Paperback: ‘Bowlaway' and ‘Heart'
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Echoes of Borges in a Novel of War-Torn Venezuela
Karina Sainz Borgo's "It Would Be Night in Caracas" traces one woman's grief against a backdrop of political chaos.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

Trevor Noah Can't Keep Up With the Scandals
Noah thinks he's figured out the president's strategy: One scandal gets you kicked out of office. "But with seven in one day? Ain't nobody got time for that."

NYTimes Arts
Oct 18, 2019

What's on TV Friday: ‘The Laundromat' and ‘Modern Love'
Steven Soderbergh's latest film hits Netflix. And a new series based on a column in The New York Times debuts on Amazon.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

‘Little Shop of Horrors' Review: Jonathan Groff Feeds the Beast
Michael Mayer's revitalizing revival of this genially gruesome classic becomes a sly morality tale for the age of universal celebrity.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Review: Mary-Louise Parker in the Subliminal, Sublime ‘Sound Inside'
Adam Rapp's play transfers to Broadway in a rivetingly dark and detailed production by David Cromer.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

A Young God Steps Into His Light
Calvin Royal III takes on the lead role of George Balanchine's "Apollo" at American Ballet Theater.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Sara Danius, 57, Dies; First Woman to Head Nobel Literature Committee
She led the deliberations to grant Bob Dylan the Nobel. When she was ousted after a sex scandal in which she was not involved, thousands rallied to her defense.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?
This weekend includes the debut stand-up special from Jaboukie Young-White and a searing documentary series about an imprisoned soldier.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

‘Wounds' Review: He Sees Dead People
Armie Hammer plays a New Orleans bartender who quickly loses his friendly veneer when a spooky cellphone takes over his life.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Ginny NiCarthy, 92, Author of Guide for Battered Women, Dies
Her book became a standard reference for women suffering abuse in the home. "What did you do right today?" it asked, calling for a daily checklist.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

MoMA's Art Treasure, No Longer Buried
The riches of the collection extend to its inaugural exhibitions. Give the curators an A for effort — and wait. This is just the beginning.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

At MoMA, Home Movies That Reveal the World
"Private Lives Public Spaces" is a thought-provoking show of neglected footage from the museum's collection. With little background information available, you get to play historian and detective.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Review: ‘Looking For Alaska' but Finding Talky Teens
Hulu's adaptation of the John Green novel hits familiar story beats but feels hollow.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Textiles Designed With Warp, Woof and Wit at MoMA
The exhibition "Taking a Thread for a Walk" reveals the museum's underappreciated collection of fiber art and industrial design.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

An Immersive Sound Installation at MoMA Introduces the Studio
The museum's new space dedicated to live art opens with David Tudor's "Rainforest V (variation 1)," made with everyday objects and electronics.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Ranveer Singh Champions Indian Rap. ‘Gully Boy' Provided a Spark.
The actor, who starred in the movie focused on India's underground hip-hop scene, has helped start the record label IncInk.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

18 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

11 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

4 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to film series and special screenings.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

7 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

9 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

6 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to the city's best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Suffering From Scrappy War Hero Fatigue? Get Over It
In "Return to the Reich," Eric Lichtblau introduces readers to Freddy Mayer, who escaped the Nazis — and then went back to fight them.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Alicia Alonso, Star of Cuba's National Ballet, Dies at 98
A ballerina of unusual range and power, she continued to dance into her 70s despite chronic vision problems.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Charles Jencks, 80, Dies; Helped Define Postmodern Architecture
His writings announced the death of Modernism, and the public spaces he designed were full of adventurous shapes and ideas.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

12 New Books We Recommend This Week
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Review: At Ballet Theater, Premieres More Pale Than Ghostly
The fall gala featured two new works: a baffler by Twyla Tharp and a piece d'occasion by Jessica Lang.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

‘Jojo Rabbit' Review: The Third Reich Wasn't All Fun and Games
Taika Waititi's new film mixes farce, fantasy and drama in a Nazi-era coming-of-age story.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Review: A New Opera Pays Poetic Tribute to the Creative Process
Hannah Lash's "Desire," an allegorical chamber work for three singers and the JACK Quartet, had its world premiere in New York.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

‘Kinetta' Review: Cryptic Seeds of Yorgos Lanthimos's Imagery
Set around a Greek seaside resort, the now-acclaimed director's 2005 movie bears inklings of ideas he would explore more fully later.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil' Review: Sleep, Sleep, My Lovelies
Angelina Jolie returns as the powerful, dangerous fairy in this tame, disappointing follow-up to the 2014 revisionist hit.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Review: ‘Watchmen' Is an Audacious Rorschach Test
Damon Lindelof's entertaining comic-book rethink takes on the Big Bad of white supremacy, explosively and sometimes unsteadily.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Braving MoMA: What to Know Before You Enter
The museum is bigger and more demanding, but there's more fun, and a sense of serendipity.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Ballet Hero: Herman Cornejo's Milestone
Celebrating his 20th anniversary at American Ballet Theater, Mr. Cornejo stars in a new work by Twyla Tharp.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Booker T. Jones, Soul's Ultimate Sideman, Takes the Lead at Last
In a new memoir, "Time Is Tight: My Life, Note by Note," the Stax studio wizard and acclaimed producer tells his own story and finds his voice.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Addiction Is the Stuff of High Drama. In These Plays, So Is Sobriety.
With recovery no longer so secret, a new wave of plays dealing with its realities has started to emerge. Some of the playwrights have drawn from their own lives.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Ojai Feels the Aftershock of Los Angeles Philharmonic Upheaval
With Chad Smith leaving to lead that orchestra, Ara Guzelimian will return as artistic director of the Ojai Music Festival.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

Son of Ron Ely, ‘Tarzan' Actor, Kills Mother Before Police Shoot Him Dead, Officials Say
The killings took place at the Santa Barbara home that the actor shared with his wife.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

‘Serendipity' Review: Turning a Cancer Diagnosis Into Art
In her new documentary, the sculptor Prune Nourry explores how her work evolved after a breast cancer diagnosis.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

‘The Cave' Review: Do No Harm, for as Long as Possible
Feras Fayyad's new documentary takes viewers into a subterranean Syrian hospital, as warplanes rumble overhead and bombings rattle the walls.

NYTimes Arts
Oct 17, 2019

‘The Elephant Queen' Review: Magnificent Images of Majestic Animals
In footage shot over several years, this documentary follows a herd of elephants across the Kenyan savanna.

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