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Museums Shake Things Up by Mixing Old and New

Museums Shake Things Up by Mixing Old and New

Frans Hals’s “Banquet of the Officers of the Calivermen Civic Guard,” left, from 1627, hangs next to Anton Henning’s “Interior No. 559” from 2018, at the Frans Hals Museum.

At Sotheby’s, ASAP Rocky Breaks Out of the Box

At Sotheby’s, ASAP Rocky Breaks Out of the Box

ASAP Rocky unveiled the performance installation “Lab Rat” at Sotheby’s. The rapper was locked inside a box and tormented with difficult questions and physical challenges in front of an audience.

‘The Night Manager’ Premiere: Do You Have to Love le Carré to Like This Show?

‘The Night Manager’ Premiere: Do You Have to Love le Carré to Like This Show?

Hugh Laurie as Richard Roper in “The Night Manager.”

How the Soulquarians Birthed D’Angelo’s ‘Voodoo’ and Transformed Jazz

How the Soulquarians Birthed D’Angelo’s ‘Voodoo’ and Transformed Jazz

D’Angelo’s “Voodoo” isn’t a jazz album, but it contains sounds and elements that could have come from no other musical source.

These Paintings Have a Digital Life. (You Can Also Go See Them Now.)

These Paintings Have a Digital Life. (You Can Also Go See Them Now.)

Charline von Heyl’s “Slow Tramp,” from 2012, in the exhibition “Snake Eyes” at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington.

‘Blindspot,’ Season 1, Episode 7: Guerrero

‘Blindspot,’ Season 1, Episode 7: Guerrero

Jaimie Alexander in "Blindspot"

Rain Dove Says Asia Argento Texts Were Sent to the Police

Rain Dove Says Asia Argento Texts Were Sent to the Police

Rain Dove at a fashion event in New York in 2016.

Why Is James Brown’s Estate Still Unsettled? Ask the Lawyers

Why Is James Brown’s Estate Still Unsettled? Ask the Lawyers

A statue of James Brown in Augusta, Ga., where he grew up. Mr. Brown’s will had set aside money to distribute scholarships for children from the state.

Review: At Juilliard Festival, the Stunning Sounds of China Today

Review: At Juilliard Festival, the Stunning Sounds of China Today

Chen Lin conducting the Juilliard Orchestra in the stunningly visceral final concert of Focus! Festival 2018 at Alice Tully Hall on Friday.

New Triennial Offers Artists the Canvas of Cleveland

New Triennial Offers Artists the Canvas of Cleveland

Fred Bidwell and Michelle Grabner, two of the forces behind Front International, the new Cleveland art triennial.

Review: Paul Simon, Still Evolving, Is Saying Goodbye

Review: Paul Simon, Still Evolving, Is Saying Goodbye

Paul Simon kicked off “Homeward Bound — the Farewell Tour” in Vancouver, British Columbia.

The New Mississippi Civil Rights Museum Refuses to Sugarcoat History

The New Mississippi Civil Rights Museum Refuses to Sugarcoat History

At the new Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, in Jackson, Miss., a recreated jail cell from the early 1960s is designed to help visitors understand the state’s dark past, including conditions faced by a generation of activists protesting segregation.

What a Hologram of Maria Callas Can Teach Us About Opera

What a Hologram of Maria Callas Can Teach Us About Opera

A hologram of Maria Callas appearing with full (and live) orchestra on Sunday, in a preview of “Callas in Concert.”

Hip-Hop’s Year of Dangerous Living Put the Accused on the Charts

Hip-Hop’s Year of Dangerous Living Put the Accused on the Charts

A still from 6ix9ine’s video for “Gummo,” which is currently on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The rapper pleaded guilty to the use of a child in a sexual performance in 2015.


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