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In the Dance Lab With Martha Graham

In the Dance Lab With Martha Graham

Laurel Dalley Smith during the Martha Graham Dance Company's Google residency.

How Camila Cabello Lost Some Friends and Found Her Voice

How Camila Cabello Lost Some Friends and Found Her Voice

Camila Cabello released two albums as a member of Fifth Harmony before splitting from the group. She wrote on every song on her solo debut, “Camila.”

A Groundbreaking Show Presents a New, Inclusive Vision of American Art

A Groundbreaking Show Presents a New, Inclusive Vision of American Art

William H. Johnson’s “John Brown Legend,” circa 1945, makes the abolitionist its central image and shows him coming down from a cross and being greeted by a mother and her child. This rarely exhibited work is part of “Outliers and American Vanguard Art,” at the National Gallery.

Review: Met Opera’s Dreary January Is Brightened by ‘Cav/Pag’

Review: Met Opera’s Dreary January Is Brightened by ‘Cav/Pag’

The tenor Roberto Alagna as the sad clown of “Pagliacci” at the Metropolitan Opera. He also stars in “Cavalleria Rusticana,” its pair on a classic double bill.

Meghan Markle and the Bicultural Blackness of the Royal Wedding

Meghan Markle and the Bicultural Blackness of the Royal Wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding ceremony in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England.

New Youth Center at American Indian Museum Focuses on Invention

New Youth Center at American Indian Museum Focuses on Invention

The main activity space of the imagiNATIONS Activity Center at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian includes a 26-foot-long grass-rope suspension bridge made by the Quechua of Peru, descendants of the Inca.

It Was ‘Roseanne’ vs. ‘Roseanne,’ in a Polarizing Revival

It Was ‘Roseanne’ vs. ‘Roseanne,’ in a Polarizing Revival

Roseanne Barr and John Goodman in the season finale of “Roseanne” on ABC.

Looming Ivory Ban Will Create a Mountain of Unsellable Antiques

Looming Ivory Ban Will Create a Mountain of Unsellable Antiques

An ivory netsuke of a rat from the 18th century.

A Renaissance for an Instrument of Melancholy Magic

A Renaissance for an Instrument of Melancholy Magic

Matthias Loibner is one of a growing tribe of hurdy-gurdy masters who are giving fresh life to this droning hand-cranked string instrument.

Better Living Through Music, Art and Polyamory

Better Living Through Music, Art and Polyamory

Isaac Abrams painted the swirling motifs of “Après Hello Dalí” (1965), featured at Galerie Buchholz. The artist operated Coda, a 1960s gallery in Manhattan devoted to psychedelic art. Jutta Koether’s “The Necessity of Multiple Inconsistent Fantasies #14” (2008).

Review: Dancing Their Friends and Heroes (and My Little Pony)

Review: Dancing Their Friends and Heroes (and My Little Pony)

Reid Bartelme, left, with Jack Ferver in Mr. Ferver’s “Everything Is Imaginable.”

As Brexit Looms, London’s Art Dealers Cater to Divided Tastes

As Brexit Looms, London’s Art Dealers Cater to Divided Tastes

An installation of “Bad Land” by the Venezuelan-American artist Alex Da Corte at Josh Lilley Gallery, London.


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