An installation by Yinka Shonibare MBE, “The American Library,” 2018, at the Cleveland Public Library, is filled with books wrapped in African cloth and stamped with names of American immigrants.
In “McMafia,” a BBC/AMC coproduction, James Norton and Faye Marsay play siblings who get caught up in an interconnected, international network of organized crime.
From left, Susan Heyward, Max Casella, Ray Romano, P.J. Byrne, and J.C. MacKenzie in “Vinyl.”
Matt Groening’s “Disenchantment,” debuting Friday on Netflix, tracks a feisty princess, voiced by Abbi Jacobson, and her sidekicks, an elf (Nat Faxon) and a demon (Eric Andre).
From left, Sons of Kemet musicians Eddie Hick, Tom Skinner, Shabaka Hutchings and Theon Cross.
Ryan Murphy, a creator of the new FX series “Pose,” and Janet Mock, the author and transgender activist, sit down for lunch at Il Cantinori in Manhattan.
A growing number of people of color in New York City’s curatorial world include, from left, Rujeko Hockley, Marcela Guerrero, Adrienne Edwards, and Christopher Y. Lew of the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Pierre Hache, who performs as Kiddy Smile, caused a stir when he D.J.ed at the Élysée Palace in Paris, wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the words, “Son of immigrants, black and gay.”
Evan Rachel Wood, one of the stars of “Westworld,” said the show has “completely transformed my entire life,” because playing Dolores forced her to drill into her own struggles.
Neko Case’s seventh solo album, “Hell-On,” is an attempt to confront challenges she has faced simply by being a woman, and a celebration of the internal power she was able to unlock.
Michael Rady and Shiri Appleby in “UnREAL.”
Dukagjin Lipa onstage at the Sunny Hill Festival in Pristina, Kosovo. Mr. Lipa, whose daughter is the pop star Dua Lipa, said he wanted to change the way Kosovo was seen abroad.
Robin Wright in “House of Cards”
“The Proposal” is a new reality dating show on ABC.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new director, Max Hollein, heads the Fine Arts Museums in San Francisco and has a painting by Michael Langer, “Die Gelbrote Faust” (“The Yellow-Red Fist”), from 1967, on the wall of his home.
Shows like “The Crown,” with Claire Foy, helped Netflix garner 112 Emmy nominations, the most of any network.
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