The prize committee called Mr. Gilroy, 63, “one of the most challenging and inventive figures in contemporary scholarship.”
At least nine exhibitions on the Dutch artist are in the works at museums around the world.
More museums are using A.R. to take visitors back in time, making art come “alive.”
The musicals are each up for nine awards in Britain’s equivalent of the Tonys. “The Inheritance” — a six-and-a-half hour play about the legacy of AIDS — has eight.
After listening to residents, Hackney upgraded its council estates with sleek new apartments, mixing subsidized and market-rate tenants.
West End productions of “Company” and “Caroline, or Change” have the heart and fire that sometimes felt missing in earlier incarnations.
Anne Washburn’s fantasia finds a cadre of friends talking about — what else — Trump, in what may be this season’s most exciting American play.
Revivals of work by Pinter and Miller — and a play about an Englishman roped into an Italian horror movie — ponder mortal anxiety in the age of Brexit.
Tamara Rojo, of English National Ballet, gambled that a contemporary “Giselle,” with choreography by a ballet outsider, would resonate with audiences.