Camille A. Brown says that working not just in dance but also in theater “has helped me be a better choreographer.”
Pedestrians walk past a public mural project at 2 World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. Top, Vesey mural by Chinon Maria and Sebastian Mitre; below, Brolga’s work.
The Abstract Expressionist painter Joan Mitchell, who died in 1992, was the unlikely star of the Art Basel fair in Switzerland. Her 1959 painting “Untitled” was sold by the New York and London dealership Lévy Gorvy at Art Basel. It carried an asking price of $14 million.
A tiekiedraai, or dance party, on New Year’s Eve. Mr. Coetzee remembers: “I had a flash attachment on the Wega but could never get the flash to synchronize with the shutter.”
Kevin Carroll, background, and Justin Theroux in “The Leftovers.”
Vincent Valdez’s “The City I,” at the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, Tex., depicts a modern-day Ku Klux Klan gathering.
Clockwise from front left, Kumail Nanjiani, T.J. Miller, Zach Woods, Martin Starr and Thomas Middleditch in “Silicon Valley.”
Kate Lindsey (Nerone) and Sonya Yoncheva (Poppea) as scheming rulers in “L’Incoronazione di Poppea” at the Salzburg Festival.
Natalia Osipova in “Giselle” at American Ballet Theater. Like many heroines before her, she is catapulted into madness by heartbreak.
An interview with Jean Renoir, conducted by Jacques Rivette in 1967 for French television.
The choreographer Justin Peck, left, and Kurt Froman on the set of “Red Sparrow.” Mr. Froman helped Jennifer Lawrence get in shape to play a ballerina in the new film.
The great conductor, the Vienna Philharmonic and the pianist Krystian Zimerman perform the “Emperor” Concerto.
Nídia unites sounds from Portuguese-speaking Africa with influences from European and American dance music.
The Alvin Ailey installment, a portion of “Revelations,” in Netta Yerushalmy’s “Paramodernities,” featuring, from left, Ms. Yerushalmy, Jeremy Jae Neal, Brittany Engel-Adams, Stanley Gambucci and Nicholas Leichter.
Sara Gilbert, left, and Roseanne Barr in a scene from “Roseanne.” The series will return without Ms. Barr as “The Conners.”
The gallery owner David Zwirner said he would be willing to pay more at art fairs if it would help smaller galleries participate.
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