Arts

Christie’s Website Is Brought Down by Hackers Days Before $840 Million Auctions

The auctioneer’s website was taken offline on Thursday evening and remained down on Friday, days before its spring auctions were…

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A Child’s Island of Wonder, as Fascism Rises

THE WILDCAT BEHIND GLASS, by Alki Zei. Translated by Karen Emmerich. Of all the genres of the past century of…

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One Man’s Quest for ‘Photographic Justice’

A new book from the legendary lensman Corky Lee captures both struggle and celebration across several decades of Asian American…

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‘Sally & Tom’ Frees Sally Hemings From Being a Mere Footnote

Suzan-Lori Parks’s play is the latest work by a Black writer seeking to prioritize Hemings’s life and perspective to make…

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Film Academy Looks Overseas for Donors

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced a global $500 million campaign to shore up its financial…

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Review: An Opera Saw Red-Pill Culture Coming. Now, It’s Back.

Robert Ashley’s 1994 opera “Foreign Experiences,” a portrait of a paranoid mind in free fall, is part of a wave…

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How Should an Amy Winehouse Movie Be?

Several depictions of the singer’s life have explored her tense relationship with fame. The new biopic “Back to Black” instead…

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What to Know Before Seeing ‘Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes’

Who is Caesar? And how did apes learn to talk, anyway? Your burning questions about the “Planet of the Apes”…

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‘Black Twitter’: Movements, Memes and Crying Jordan

This new Hulu docuseries explores how a social media subculture influenced American culture at large.

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On Andra Day’s ‘Cassandra (Cherith),’ a Soaring Voice Reaches Inward

After playing Billie Holiday onscreen, the singer brings jazz virtuosity to songs of her own.

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