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Obama Portraits Blend Paint and Politics, and Fact and Fiction

Obama Portraits Blend Paint and Politics, and Fact and Fiction

Kehinde Wiley has set Barack Obama against greenery, with flowers that have symbolic meaning. Amy Sherald’s take on Michelle Obama emphasizes an element of couturial spectacle and rock-solid cool.

‘American Horror Story’ Season 5, Episode 11: Hotel California

‘American Horror Story’ Season 5, Episode 11: Hotel California

Denis O’Hare and Kathy Bates in “American Horror Story: Hotel.”

The Resistance Has Come to Celebrity Award Shows

The Resistance Has Come to Celebrity Award Shows

For a Grammy Awards sketch on Sunday, Hillary Clinton read a passage from the new book “Fire and Fury” that claimed President Trump liked pre-made McDonald’s food because he was afraid of being poisoned.

In This Exhibition, You Walk Through Excrement

In This Exhibition, You Walk Through Excrement

Giant turd sculptures by the Viennese art collective Gelatin at the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

‘The Night Of’ Season 1, Episode 3: Outsiders

‘The Night Of’ Season 1, Episode 3: Outsiders

John Turturro in “The Night Of.”

Netflix Counts the Reasons Teens Should Watch ‘13 Reasons Why’

Netflix Counts the Reasons Teens Should Watch ‘13 Reasons Why’

The first season of “13 Reasons Why,” which explores the suicide of the high schooler Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford, here with Dylan Minnette), alarmed parents who worried that the show glamorized suicide.

At This Film Institute, the Course Material Is Killer

At This Film Institute, the Course Material Is Killer

Classes of the Miskatonic Institute meet at the Film Noir Cinema in Brooklyn.

‘Atlanta’ Skips a Grade

‘Atlanta’ Skips a Grade

From left, Lakeith Stanfield, Donald Glover and Brian Tyree Henry in Season 2 of “Atlanta.”

Fashion Meets the Vatican at a Met Costume Institute Preview

Fashion Meets the Vatican at a Met Costume Institute Preview

Religious vestments represent "the transcendent dimension, the dimension of the religious mystery," said Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, the Vatican's de facto culture minister.

What’s Right About The Wrong Biennale?

What’s Right About The Wrong Biennale?

A still from the video "Virtual Altar," by Pieter Jossa, included in the pavilion called Plasma.

Worth the Ride: 5 Surprising Exhibition Spaces in Upstate New York

Worth the Ride: 5 Surprising Exhibition Spaces in Upstate New York

Ricci Albenda's “Open Universe (Indra),” a hovering drawing made out of bent willow, in the ‘T’ Space gallery in Rhinebeck.

On the Mattress for ‘Sleep,’ an 8-Hour Lullaby

On the Mattress for ‘Sleep,’ an 8-Hour Lullaby

Groups of people laid out on branded beds for an all-night performance of Max Richter’s “Sleep” in Manhattan.

How Paparazzi Dogs and Rabbitgirl Conquered New York City Streets

How Paparazzi Dogs and Rabbitgirl Conquered New York City Streets

“Paparazzi Dogman & Paparazzi Rabbitwoman” in Rockefeller Center’s Sunken Plaza, 2017.

‘Veep’ Season 5 Finale: Hell to the Chief

‘Veep’ Season 5 Finale: Hell to the Chief

Tony Hale and Julia Louis-Dreyfus in “Veep.”

Yannick Nézet-Séguin Will Lead the Met Opera, Two Years Early

Yannick Nézet-Séguin Will Lead the Met Opera, Two Years Early

Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the Metropolitan Opera’s music director designate, rehearsing last year. He will become the company’s music director this fall, two years ahead of schedule.

Review: ‘The Last Defense’ Aims to Open Once-Shut Cases

Review: ‘The Last Defense’ Aims to Open Once-Shut Cases

“The Last Defense,” beginning Tuesday on ABC, revisits the murder cases of two prisoners awaiting execution.


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