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Is Our Art Equal to the Challenges of Our Times?

Is Our Art Equal to the Challenges of Our Times?

A protest over the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.

The Choreographed Cacophony of ‘Ferryman’

The Choreographed Cacophony of ‘Ferryman’

"The Ferryman" employs both a live goose and rabbit for the show, keeping the animal handler Rochelle Scudder, left, very busy.

‘The X-Files’ Season 10 Premiere: A Crazier Mulder Than Usual

‘The X-Files’ Season 10 Premiere: A Crazier Mulder Than Usual

From left, Joel McHale, Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny in “The X-Files.”

A Woman Now Leads the Vatican Museums. And She’s Shaking Things Up.

A Woman Now Leads the Vatican Museums. And She’s Shaking Things Up.

Barbara Jatta, the first female director of the Vatican Museums, in the Hall of Animals of the Pio Clementino Museum this month.

Review: ‘Castle Rock’ Is Too Haunted by Its Past

Review: ‘Castle Rock’ Is Too Haunted by Its Past

Bill Skarsgard plays a nameless prisoner in the Hulu series “Castle Rock,” based on the work of Stephen King.

Dorothea Rockburne’s Ephemeral Art and Enduring Legacy

Dorothea Rockburne’s Ephemeral Art and Enduring Legacy

Dorothea Rockburne installing “Tropical Tan” at Dia:Beacon.

The Amy Adams Method

The Amy Adams Method

Amy Adams, a five-time Oscar nominee, has evolved from playing disarming ingénues to much darker and introspective characters.

Amy Sedaris Is Excited for the Emmys. She Just Has to Find a Rabbit Sitter.

Amy Sedaris Is Excited for the Emmys. She Just Has to Find a Rabbit Sitter.

“At Home With Amy Sedaris” received an Emmy nomination for best variety sketch show.

With a Centerpiece Like This, Who Needed Cake?

With a Centerpiece Like This, Who Needed Cake?

At the Frick Collection, a detail of a table centerpiece, or deser, made by Luigi Valadier in 1778. It is a mix of gilt bronze, enamel, colored marbles, amber, lapis lazuli, amethyst, garnets, ivory, and agate.

The Golden Globes Sets the Thermometer to Warm

The Golden Globes Sets the Thermometer to Warm

Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh hosted the 76th Golden Globe Awards Sunday night at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

On His New HBO Show, Wyatt Cenac Addresses His ‘Problem Areas’

On His New HBO Show, Wyatt Cenac Addresses His ‘Problem Areas’

Wyatt Cenac’s new show has a laid-back energy that’s very different from other late-night programs.

Is ‘Mass’ Leonard Bernstein’s Best Work, or His Worst?

Is ‘Mass’ Leonard Bernstein’s Best Work, or His Worst?

A scene from Leonard Bernstein’s “Mass” in Elkhanah Pulitzer’s staging, seen here with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and coming next week to the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center.

At the Met, a Riveting Testament to Those Once Neglected

At the Met, a Riveting Testament to Those Once Neglected

Thornton Dial’s two-sided relief-painting-assemblage, “History Refused to Die” (2004), also gives this Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition its title. His work is in conversation with quilts by, from left, Lola Pettway (“Housetop,” circa 1975); Lucy T. Pettway (“Housetop” and “Bricklayer” blocks with bars, circa 1955); and Annie Mae Young (“Work-clothes quilt with center medallion of strips,” from 1976).


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