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Opera for Shut-Ins From the Metropolitan Opera in New York to the Vienna State Opera, streaming without borders

March 17, 2020

Object Lesson Donald Judd said one thing, his critics another. Now his art finally gets to speak for itself

Field Kallop Math, science, and the mysteries of the cosmos all feature into the mesmerizing work of this emerging New York artist

In the Pink City The author unveils her book, The Cartiers, at the Jaipur Literature Festival, where a century before, her great-grandfather had regularly traveled to meet clients

March 31, 2020

Fear’s Labyrinth Fear and courage go hand in hand. America’s genius of modern dance, Martha Graham, understood and embodied both.

April 1, 2020

Roxana Halls How should women act? The British artist’s subversive feminist works are gleefully unapologetic

There in Spirit London’s Chris Beetles Gallery launches “Spirit of England,” a weekly series of online exhibitions for browsing and buying

The Leonardo Whisperer Four decades spent studying Italian Renaissance art taught Carmen Bambach as much about navigating a field still dominated by men as it did about Leonardo da Vinci

The Signal and the Noise The author of a new book on concentration finds her own focus shattered under quarantine

The Woman in the Window The American photographer Ruth Orkin did her best work without ever leaving the house

He Loves That You Love
“Love to Love You Baby”
As Giorgio Moroder turns 80, the Italian who produced some of the sexiest, most suggestive dance music in history finds he is hotter (and more in demand) than ever

Beauty and the Ballet How did The Red Shoes, a movie about classical dance, make almost every list of the greatest movies ever made?

May 1, 2020

What a Wonderful World (Wide Web) A new digital exhibition takes you inside Louis Armstrong’s living room

Four Legs Good, Two Legs Difficult The equine painter Sir Alfred Munnings bridled at his society subjects’ demands