A show at the Park Avenue Armory embraces Modernism’s classics, new craft and artists rooted in South African culture. Here are some highlights.
The star is revisiting her role in Samuel Beckett’s “Happy Days” at Madison Square Park, in a costume by Arlene Shechet, whose art is on display there.
Hollywood luminaries once cavorted in this pool designed for a media tycoon, and regular people recently got a chance to dive in, too, for a price.
I went to as many Instagramable “museums,” “factories” and “mansions” as I could. They nearly broke me.
Thirty years ago, British youth culture was transformed by acid house music and the drug Ecstasy — with, surprisingly, a little help from a group of flier designers.
This monumental celebration of fine European arts and crafts will be held in the historic 16th century San Giorgio monastery.
A silver dish based on a piece that Henning Koppel designed — and destroyed — in 1954 is being introduced by the Danish company Georg Jensen.
Kristina Newman-Scott, director of culture for the State of Connecticut, is to join BRIC as its president in September.
In “Incredibles 2,” the house emerges as the breakout star.