The fair has left the Park Avenue Armory, moved to Pier 94 on the Hudson and more than doubled in size.
The best-selling book heads to the small screen as a combination of thriller and melodrama.
“Cultural criticism, we should remind ourselves, can be almost as important as the art itself, can indeed be part of the art. There have been great creative critics, from Alexander Pope (in The Dunciad, Epistle to Lord Burlington, etc) and Dr Johnson onwards, who combined the two arts with the skill of genius. Byron was […]
The Tribeca Film Festival sent actors wearing mirrored cubes on their heads into the Village. Here’s what happened.
A new presentation of American orchestras featured both traditional concerts and outside-the-box events.
“For more than 200 years, male British authors (usually poets, usually in pairs) have co-written or co-edited collections, anthologies or scholarly travel journals. It’s a tradition that is in surprisingly rude health, with recent examples and forthcoming festivities marking the 50th anniversary of a collaboration that sold shedloads.”
A phrase by Michelangelo, playing a paper and an unusual Passion were among the highlights.
“Learning resilience is fundamental to a successful career as a scientist. The experiments we try will fail many times before they work, whether as an undergraduate, a PhD student, or a postdoc gunning for a faculty position… But actually overcoming failure is challenging. Many students who began science degrees with me switched to other majors […]
This month, the art world looks to Athens, where Documenta 14 (8 April-16 July) is taking place. Later in the year, the Greek government will inaugurate another attraction: a magnificent 1,400-seat opera house and an elegant national library d…