The best bits this month from the world of culture
The enormous face emerging on the Mall in Washington is laid out on six acres of open space next to the Reflecting Pool and just west of the National World War II Memorial. Although workers were still constructing the image last week, using dark potting soil on a background of lighter-colored sand, an eye and the nose and chin of a young man were already clearly visible from high in the Washington Monument.
The composer Chou Wen-chung, 91, who will be honored with a Composer Portrait at the Miller Theater on Thursday, has devoted his career to bridging East and West.
Regal Cinemas and Cinemark said Tuesday that they would not screen the film, which will debut simultaneously on Netflix and on some Imax screens.
A month that often brings the doldrums to Broadway this year instead brought audiences and ticket sales at their highest levels since the 2008 recession.
Fiona Hall AO will represent Australia at the 56th Venice Biennale with Wrong Way Time, an installation that brings together hundreds of multi-part works from this renowned artists prolific practice. The artists love of nature and with thin…
“The Decent One” uses the personal letters and photos of Heinrich Himmler to create a documentary illustrating his rise to power in the Third Reich.