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Art House As director of Newlands House, a quiet British-countryside gallery, the former Phillips auctioneer organizes an exhibition of works by Ron Arad

Come Together In lieu of an American tour, 21-year-old cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason records Saint-Saëns’s Carnival of the Animals at Abbey Road alongside his musical siblings

October 30, 2020

Hats Off! This month, exhibitions on designers Philip Treacy and Halston pay extravagant tribute to headwear

October 30, 2020

Open Studio Contemporary artists offer accessible, at-home art projects in a new book, out now

October 27, 2020

Huntsville Picture Show Jonathan Becker’s glamorous portraits of Gloria Vanderbilt complement her paintings in a sprawling display at Alabama’s Huntsville Museum of Art

Man of Letters Danny DeVito, Edward Norton, and others pay tribute to Bruce Springsteen, whose new 12-track album, Letter to You, is out now

Here and There Hunter Barnes spent four years photographing the Native American Nez Perce tribe. A new book of his images celebrates the life of this enigmatic community

October 20, 2020

Arlo Parks The London-based singer-songwriter captures the agony and ecstasy of Gen Z

Magic Man The American photographer Rodney Smith saw the world through black-and-white-colored glasses

October 13, 2020

80 Degrees North A dazzling Arctic archipelago home to walruses and polar bears is at the mercy of our warming planet

Art House Following a four-year, $26-million renovation, West London’s newest arts center, Cromwell Place, is open for business

October 9, 2020

Sophie’s Choice Sophie Ward, the model and actress whose coming-out shocked the world, has written a book

Hockney’s Normandy Invasion The artist’s most recent work, inspired by his sojourn in the north of France, goes on show this month at Paris’s Galerie Lelong

Goldberg Inversions And now, for the next act from Dan Tepfer, jazz pianist and most genial of polymaths: a digitally enabled rendition of J.S. Bach’s epochal Goldberg Variations

October 1, 2020

Quilting Queens (and Kings) New exhibitions showcase the work of Black artists using cloth as their canvas. They’re honoring a legacy dating back to slavery, when quilts served as navigational signals on the Underground Railroad

October 1, 2020

Feminist of One She wrote about spanking before Fifty Shades of Grey and profiled Soon-Yi Previn when no one else would go there. Daphne Merkin explains what’s missing from today’s strand of feminism

September 29, 2020

The Soul of Wit “Table Top Shakespeare,” comprising brief adaptations of the bard’s works, launches an At Home edition

September 25, 2020
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