The current, controversial Shakespeare in the Park show owes a more than superficial debt to Welles’s landmark production.
It would be the first repatriation of remains to the indigenous people by a foreign country.
Some two dozen performers took over the building’s public garden on June 14 to protest President Trump’s plan to eliminate the NEA.
From the Desert to the Sea, opening on June 17 at Cornelius Projects, illuminates this overlooked but fertile period in LA’s musical and artistic history.
An expansive and enthralling exhibition at London’s Barbican Centre pulls work from more than 40 architects.
In Candice Breitz’s video installation, six men and women recount their stories, which are then reinterpreted by Alec Baldwin and Julianne Moore.
New portraits by Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, on view at the New Museum, reveal how the artist uses color to launch into the mind and psychology of her fictional characters.
Confederate monuments would not exist in such large numbers without mass production, which, in the wake of the Civil War, took place more often in the North than in the South.
It was an oasis in Trump’s America.