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Archie Moore, Australian Artist, Wins Top Prize at Venice Biennale
Moore, an Indigenous Australian artist, won the Golden Lion for “kith and kin,” which draws on what he says is 65,000 years of family history.
12 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Archie Moore, Australian Artist, Wins Top Prize at Venice Biennale
‘Under the Bridge’ With Riley Keough and Lily Gladstone
In a joint interview, the actors discuss “Under the Bridge,” their new true-crime series based on a teenager’s brutal killing in British Columbia.
16 hours ago
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‘Under the Bridge’ With Riley Keough and Lily Gladstone
A Man Hailed as Cindy Birdsong’s Rescuer Is Accused of Exploiting Her
The son of the former Supreme says in court papers that the man who sought to help his mother after she became incapacitated also took advantage of her financially.
16 hours ago
NY Times Arts
A Man Hailed as Cindy Birdsong’s Rescuer Is Accused of Exploiting Her
Judith Hill Sang With Pop Royalty. Now She Is Composing Her Own Story.
The singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist was close to Michael Jackson and Prince. After their deaths, her world crumbled and she had to rebuild on her own.
16 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Judith Hill Sang With Pop Royalty. Now She Is Composing Her Own Story.
Peter Morgan Turns His Pen From ‘The Crown’ to the Kremlin
His new play “Patriots,” now on Broadway, follows Putin’s rise to power and the Russian oligarchs who mistakenly thought he’d be their puppet.
16 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Peter Morgan Turns His Pen From ‘The Crown’ to the Kremlin
Alfred Molina on the Museum He Never Misses When He’s in New York
“Every time I’m in the city, I make a visit,” said the actor, who is performing on Broadway in “Uncle Vanya.”
16 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Alfred Molina on the Museum He Never Misses When He’s in New York
With ‘The Amityville Horror,’ One House. Many Haunts.
The famed “Amityville Horror” film has spawned at least 45 sequels. A look at why the Amityville name has endured in the horror genre.
16 hours ago
NY Times Arts
With ‘The Amityville Horror,’ One House. Many Haunts.
Hits of the Venice Biennale
These highlights drew the big crowds in the early days, from a sonorous symphony made by fruit, to an underwater spectacle to a modern-day Tintoretto.
17 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Hits of the Venice Biennale
L.A. Times Book Prize winners named in a ceremony filled with support for USC valedictorian Asna Tabassum
Winners at the 2024 L.A. Times Book Prizes included Ed Park for fiction, Ivy Pochoda for mystery/thriller and the pro-Palestinian commencement speaker whose name has become a rallying cry for free speech.
20 hours ago
LA Times Art
L.A. Times Book Prize winners named in a ceremony filled with support for USC valedictorian Asna Tabassum
‘Stereophonic’ Review: Hitmakers Rendered in Sublime Detail
In David Adjmi’s new play, with songs by Will Butler, a ’70s band’s success breeds tension, and punches up the volume on Broadway.
21 hours ago
NY Times Arts
‘Stereophonic’ Review: Hitmakers Rendered in Sublime Detail
Taylor Swift’s New Album, ‘The Tortured Poets Department,’ Could Use an Editor: Review
Over 16 songs (and a second LP), the pop superstar litigates her recent romances. But the themes, and familiar sonic backdrops, generate diminishing returns.
24 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Taylor Swift’s New Album, ‘The Tortured Poets Department,’ Could Use an Editor: Review
Taylor Swift and Post Malone’s Regretful Duet, and 9 More New Songs
Hear tracks by Arooj Aftab, Cigarettes After Sex, Claire Rousay and others.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
Taylor Swift and Post Malone’s Regretful Duet, and 9 More New Songs
Opera gets slapped with the 'elitist' label. L.A. proves just how wrong that is
With Verdi's 'La Traviata' and Huang Ruo's 'Book of Mountains and Seas' as well as other projects, L.A. Opera is attempting to cover all operatic bases. Can opera thrive here?
1 day ago
LA Times Art
Opera gets slapped with the 'elitist' label. L.A. proves just how wrong that is
Books Bound in Human Skin: An Ethical Quandary at the Library
Harvard’s recent decision to remove the binding of a notorious volume in its library has thrown fresh light on a shadowy corner of the rare book world.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
Books Bound in Human Skin: An Ethical Quandary at the Library
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