LeRoy Neiman and George Kalinsky were friends and artists with a common subject: Muhammad Ali. Their works can be seen at the New-York Historical Society.
Category Archives: Boxing
Mr. Bingham chronicled the boxer’s life for more than 50 years and displayed a particular flair for showing him away from the ring.
The film tells the true story of the brash fighter Vinny Pazienza, who fractured his neck in a car accident but earned his place back in the ring.
Claressa Shields, the first female boxer to win an Olympic gold medal, is the indomitable center of Drea Cooper and Zackary Canepari’s impressive documentary.
MIMA, a contemporary art museum, is fostering cultural exchanges with young people in the district of Molenbeek.
This Marco Ramirez play, which takes place in the early 20th century, is set amid the sport of boxing and recreates the racism of the day.
At the Church Street gym in Lower Manhattan, the actor talks stage, screen and sparring.
This documentary by Bert Marcus assesses boxing through three success stories.
In “The Opponent,” Brett Neveu’s play at the 59E59 Theaters, a young fighter preparing for a big match pops by his old gym to see his onetime trainer.