Colored diamonds and more contemporary designs are among the trends as Christie’s prepares for Magnificent Jewels, a much-anticipated sale.
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From ancient Iraq to Warhol at Studio 54, major university museums offer some of the season’s best shows.
There’s a big variety to experience across the United States this season, from Victorian-era dolls in Philadelphia to Renaissance-era nudes in Los Angeles.
Parades, a festival within the fair, will present 17 productions this year, with a focus on verse and dance. Here’s a sampling of the most intriguing.
It all feels cleverly organic: the sorts of things you would encounter in a stroll through a grand royal park.
This fall, operas worldwide embrace the new, the classics and a few titles that test the limits.
Frank Rich called Ms. Montevecchi “a glorious amalgam of music-hall feistiness and balletic grace, with Toulouse-Lautrec shadows about the eyes.”
Checking out the work of more than 4,000 artists in four days could be daunting. Here are some highlights, by sector.
With high-tech instruments and the periodic table, Jamie Martin takes a deep dive into paintings at Sotheby’s.