Marc Siegel on John Vaccaro (1929–2016)
In advance of our November 1–4 Jérôme Bel: Bookend Festival, performing arts curator Philip Bither reflects on the Walker’s decade-long commitment to this French conceptual choreographer’s work and deveopment.
Since it began in the early 1960s, the Walker Performing Arts department has committed itself across artistic platforms and years (often decades) to key transformative artists. These artists…
The Future Library is part working library, part conceptual art project, part investment in unborn generations of readers. Starting with Margaret Atwood, a different author will contribute a work to the vault each year, with none to be opened until 2114.
Mr. Ide’s debut novel, set in Long Beach, Calif., kicks off what is apt to be a madly lovable new detective series about a smart guy surrounded by crooks.
Residents of Gander are treated to an early look at “Come From Away,” a Broadway-bound musical about how they welcomed travelers grounded amid the Sept. 11 chaos.
A town that gave succor on Sept. 11, 2001, gets a pre-Broadway taste of the new musical.
“A new report summarising the sector’s views on the challenges posed by Brexit is calling for the UK Government to quantify the benefits that the creative industries currently receive from EU funding sources and ensure these are maintained. The report, published yesterday, presents the views of around 500 contributors at 11 meetings held by the Creative […]
Paul Giamatti, Jeffrey Wright and Ashanti performed in “Hercules in Brooklyn,” a drama by Outside the Wire, which uses ancient texts to look at modern problems.
Vine has been the internet home of conversations about the dynamics of comedy and culture created by black people.
This FX series painstakingly bypasses theme songs and obvious contemporary hits in favor of a hyper-accurate local vibe.