Art workers around the country are sharing their salaries and in some cases forming unions to put pressure on their institutions.
The anti-immigrant party Alternative for Germany wants to know the nationalities of artists employed by state theaters, and cultural organizations are worried.
How Darren Walker, a gay black man who grew up poor in Texas, came to be one of the best connected people in New York City. And what that means for the future of philanthropy.
Sculpture by Carmen Herrera, a retooled Belle & Sebastian and Leonard Cohen’s real Marianne.
Brendan Fernandes brings his subversive take on dance and art to museums.
The recording artist headlines Madison Square Garden, a play plumbs the gay experience in Uganda and the Nobel Prize-winning novelist anchors a new documentary.
He gained fame for his portrait of President Obama. Now he is opening Black Rock, a luxurious residency program in Senegal.
Extravagant, stylized and with gender in quotes, “Swan Lake”-style ballet has consistently been evoked in discussions of camp.
He bridged the worlds of streetwear and high fashion. Can he conquer an art museum next?