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The 54 Galleries to See Right Now in New York

The 54 Galleries to See Right Now in New York

Annette Kelm’s “Proposal for Knots” (2018) is at Andrew Kreps Gallery.

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.

Arthur Mitchell, Ballet’s ‘Grandfather of Diversity’

Arthur Mitchell, Ballet’s ‘Grandfather of Diversity’

Arthur Mitchell at Columbia’s Lenfest Center for the Arts on 129th Street, where “Arthur Mitchell: Harlem’s Ballet Trailblazer” opens on Jan. 13.

Antiquarian Booksellers Adapt to the 21st Century (Gradually)

Antiquarian Booksellers Adapt to the 21st Century (Gradually)

The A.B.A. Rare Book Fair’s 61st edition shifted to a new venue in Battersea, London, south of the River Thames.

Celebrities Love Old Masters, but Will Collectors Fall for Them?

Celebrities Love Old Masters, but Will Collectors Fall for Them?

The fashion designer Victoria Beckham in her London store during an exhibition ahead of a Sotheby’s auction of old master pictures. The portrait of a lady behind her, attributed to an artist from the “circle of Leonardo da Vinci,” sold for 550,000 pounds, or almost $730,000.

A K-Pop Primer for Olympic Listening

A K-Pop Primer for Olympic Listening

The K-pop boy band EXO is set to perform at the Olympics closing ceremony on Feb 25.

Review: ‘Transmissions’ Evokes a Climate (Poetic, With a Chance of Ballet)

Review: ‘Transmissions’ Evokes a Climate (Poetic, With a Chance of Ballet)

“Ralph McWilliams,” a 1941 photograph by George Platt Lynes in “Transmissions.” Lynes made many intensely poetic studio images of dancers and choreography.

5 Hours of Glenn Gould Outtakes. Why? Listen and Find Out.

5 Hours of Glenn Gould Outtakes. Why? Listen and Find Out.

Glenn Gould recording Bach’s “Goldberg” Variations in 1955. The complete sessions have been recently released on disc.

Seeing Old Masters in a Different Light

Seeing Old Masters in a Different Light

Keith Christiansen, the chairman of the European paintings department, on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, amid old skylights that will be replaced.

Review: The Met Opera’s ‘Tosca’ Overcomes Months of Chaos

Review: The Met Opera’s ‘Tosca’ Overcomes Months of Chaos

Tosca (Sonya Yoncheva) stabbing the villainous Scarpia (Zeljko Lucic) in the new production of Puccini’s “Tosca” at the Metropolitan Opera.

An Unlikely Union Between an ’80s Rock Star and a Folk Choir Blossoms in Bulgaria

An Unlikely Union Between an ’80s Rock Star and a Folk Choir Blossoms in Bulgaria

Members of the Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices choir surrounding their new collaborator, Lisa Gerrard of Dead Can Dance.

The Art and Anxiety of Booking a Hit Comedy Showcase

The Art and Anxiety of Booking a Hit Comedy Showcase

Marianne Ways has booked showcases of stand-up comics like Night Train With Wyatt Cenac and now Butterboy.

Stripes and Tangles of Neon, Under the Hamptons Sun

Stripes and Tangles of Neon, Under the Hamptons Sun

Keith Sonnier’s “Dis-Play II” (1970/2018). The installation, at the Dan Flavin Art Institute, involves illumination by five colored neons — and by black lights and strobes.

How Meghan Markle Makes Me Feel About Race and the Crown

How Meghan Markle Makes Me Feel About Race and the Crown

Meghan Markle's marriage to Prince Harry represents a historical moment for the British royal family.


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