Post-pandemic, art museums should consider the benefits of a more focused, intimate approach.
The Freedmen’s Memorial in Washington embodies not white supremacy, but African-American agency and cooperative struggle.
The pandemic offers the genre a chance to reinvigorate itself.
Homebound due to the pandemic, painter John Bjerklie and his alter ego, ‘BigHat,’ have taken to video chat to connect with and create portraits of colleagues around the globe.
Teamwork, inventiveness and big personalities make these shows captivating for fans of fashion.
Multi-volume works from Patrick O’Brian, Anthony Powell and Evelyn Waugh are great escapes.
From cholera outbreaks to yellow fever, disease has had a profound impact on the shape of our cities.
The artist, whose massively scaled collaborations with Jeanne-Claude won global acclaim, died last week.
The 38-CD set of Wilhelm Backhaus’s complete Decca recordings offers a vast collection of music from a pianist who stayed vital in his later years.
At a time when many are particularly attuned to what’s happening outside their windows, nature writing offers a chance to reflect on the ecological world in all its fearsomeness and splendor.
Our film critic and top cinematographers weigh in on moviemaking in the age of streaming.
The pandemic is exposing the ailments of philanthropic enterprises, and revealing creative cures to organizational woes.
Recordings and streams of classical performances have exploded in popularity in the time of social distancing.
Bucking industry trends, the Blanton Museum of Art has managed to keep all its staffers employed during the coronavirus downturn.
For homebound travelers, a glance at the road in the rearview mirror has pleasures of its own.
John Lewis was a visionary pianist who imagined a different look, sound and esteem for jazz.
Online classical-music performances are increasing, but piecing together an orchestra digitally has many difficulties.
On the joys of tuning in to old-school radio in an increasingly digital, on-demand world.
A year after the tragic Notre Dame fire, myriad resources are available to explore that cathedral and other structures in its style.
A paean to the simple pleasures of the book—as text, object and experience.