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Katy Perry’s ‘World’ of Mixed Signals, and 11 More New Songs
Hear tracks by Bright Eyes, Johnny Blue Skies (a.k.a. Sturgill Simpson), Magdalena Bay and others.
2 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Katy Perry’s ‘World’ of Mixed Signals, and 11 More New Songs
‘Signs of Scorching Prejudice’ Doomed the Case Against Alec Baldwin for ‘Rust’ Shooting
A high-pressure manslaughter case against a movie star turned into an interrogation of the prosecution’s conduct.
3 hours ago
NY Times Arts
‘Signs of Scorching Prejudice’ Doomed the Case Against Alec Baldwin for ‘Rust’ Shooting
Keeping the Lights on at the Met Museum Is an Art in Itself
A look behind the scenes at the illumination of the pieces on display. The so-called lampers strike a delicate balance between accentuating the art and protecting it from the effects of light.
6 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Keeping the Lights on at the Met Museum Is an Art in Itself
How Young Artists Take Inspiration From Religion in Uncertain Times
Inheritors of a world shaped by big tech and precarious careers, these New York artists are searching for answers in good faith.
7 hours ago
NY Times Arts
How Young Artists Take Inspiration From Religion in Uncertain Times
Hidetoshi Nishijima, Star of ‘Sunny,’ Was ‘Overwhelmed’ by This Filmmaker’s Work
After seeing “Husbands” and “Minnie and Moskowitz,” the actor from “Drive My Car” and the new Apple TV+ series “Sunny” said, “I couldn’t go home. I just kept bicycling around.”
7 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Hidetoshi Nishijima, Star of ‘Sunny,’ Was ‘Overwhelmed’ by This Filmmaker’s Work
Alec Baldwin Manslaughter Trial in ‘Rust’ Shooting Dismissed Over Evidence
The involuntary manslaughter case against Mr. Baldwin fell apart after an envelope of ammunition that the prosecution had not shown the defense was brought into the courtroom.
15 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Alec Baldwin Manslaughter Trial in ‘Rust’ Shooting Dismissed Over Evidence
How the prison-set 'Sing Sing' captures the magic of acting
A24's acclaimed movie follows the production of a theater group that's composed of incarcerated members. But the emotional breakthroughs they make are universal.
17 hours ago
LA Times Art
How the prison-set 'Sing Sing' captures the magic of acting
For This Drama, Some Actors Had to Return to Prison by Choice
Alongside Colman Domingo and Paul Raci, ex-inmates shot “Sing Sing” in a decommissioned correctional facility. Then came the screening in the actual prison.
20 hours ago
NY Times Arts
For This Drama, Some Actors Had to Return to Prison by Choice
Biden’s News Conference Answered Many Questions. But Not the Big One.
For once, a presidential Q. and A. was must-see TV. But it didn’t put an end to the summer’s biggest drama.
23 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Biden’s News Conference Answered Many Questions. But Not the Big One.
This Soprano Sings ‘the Sound of the Soul’
Ermonela Jaho’s combination of consummate technique and utter commitment has earned her ovations, critical praise and the adoration of her colleagues.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
This Soprano Sings ‘the Sound of the Soul’
At Margaret Mitchell’s House, ‘Gone With the Wind’ Gets a Rewrite
An exhibition in Atlanta aims to capture the complexities of the sprawling Southern saga and its legacy in the space where it was written.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
At Margaret Mitchell’s House, ‘Gone With the Wind’ Gets a Rewrite
A Movie About Brian Eno Is Never the Same Twice Thanks to Software
Thanks to a software program, the length, structure and contents of the movie are reconfigured each time it’s shown. It’s the only way the musician would agree to the project.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
A Movie About Brian Eno Is Never the Same Twice Thanks to Software
The Painter of Revolution, on Both Sides of the Atlantic
Born into slavery, Guillaume Lethière became one of France’s most decorated painters. For the first time, a major exhibition gives us the full view of his scenes of love and war.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
The Painter of Revolution, on Both Sides of the Atlantic
Will it be Elim Chan? A potential Dudamel successor makes magic in her L.A. Phil Hollywood Bowl debut
The L.A. Phil Hollywood Bowl season opens with rising conductor Elim Chan conducting Prokofiev's Second Violin Concerto with Agustin Hadelich and 'Scheherazade.'
2 days ago
LA Times Art
Will it be Elim Chan? A potential Dudamel successor makes magic in her L.A. Phil Hollywood Bowl debut
100 native trees will be planted in Elysian Park for the Broad's Joseph Beuys exhibition
The Broad, with the Getty's PST Art, is presenting an exhibition of Joseph Beuys' work and planting trees in Elysian Park and at the Kuruvungna Village Springs.
2 days ago
LA Times Art
100 native trees will be planted in Elysian Park for the Broad's Joseph Beuys exhibition
'Concrete Architecture' pictures magical forms made from the humblest of materials
A new Phaidon book with contributions by L.A. writers Sam Lubell and Greg Goldin explores the way concrete has been shaped in the most adventurous ways around the world.
2 days ago
LA Times Art
'Concrete Architecture' pictures magical forms made from the humblest of materials
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