A survey of the painter’s work at the Colby College Museum of Art is a colorful exploration of his singular creativity.
A new exhibition at the Denver Art Museum shows that great design can turn chairs, posters and parks into works of art.
With leather, combat boots and plenty of attitude, fall’s curiously popular “punk ballerina” trend takes tutus to a dark, decadent and surprisingly wearable place.
She sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the inauguration, filmed Ridley Scott’s “House of Gucci,” released a remix of her 2020 solo album—and out today is “Love for Sale,” her second album of duets with Tony Bennett.
Tom Hardy returns as the titular hero in a shorter sequel to the 2018 blockbuster.
In Daniel Craig’s last outing as the superspy, Bond must save the world from the weaponized DNA of Rami Malek’s villain.
The film stars Michael Gandolfini as a young Tony.
The Netflix series, based on Stephanie Land’s memoir, focuses on a woman who flees an abusive relationship and on the hardships she faces rebuilding her life and caring for her child.
A prodigiously predatory young woman comes up against the kindness of others in Julia Ducournau’s sumptuous second feature.
An aging farmer living away from society reveals dark dimensions of his past.
The longtime “Daily Show” host returns to a completely changed landscape with his new show, “The Problem With Jon Stewart.”
In a turning point for the pop star, her father has been suspended from a conservatorship that has ruled her life and finances for 13 years.
A retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is shot through with energy, revealing the painter’s dynamic genius.
Maybe not, but kooky, colorful versions are trending for men, thanks to fans like Justin Bieber and Pete Davidson.
Kristen Bell and Kirby Howell-Baptiste star in this based-on-a-true-story film about a pair of women whose coupon-counterfeiting operation turned into more than they bargained for.
Recordings from a young percussion quartet and a jazz musician playing a prepared piano.
The animated series, voiced by an impressive roster of comic talent, follows a grade schooler who gets laughably bad advice from his elders.
A comeback could mean big business. But the pop star has left mixed signals about how she plans to return to the spotlight—or if she even wants to.
The British artist’s second record leans in a more experimental direction that brings the listener in close.
A pair of linked retrospectives running simultaneously in New York and Philadelphia lay out the long and varied career of the iconic American artist.