The dancer’s social media posts, declaring his dislike for homosexuals and embracing Putin and Trump, caused a furor online.
At 87, Ken Van Sickle’s first photo book “Ken Van Sickle: Photography 1954-2009” captures the lives of artists and bohemians on both sides of the Atlantic.
“City of Light,” by Rupert Christiansen, recounts Georges-Eugène Haussmann’s swift modernization of Paris in the mid-19th century.
Quentin Bajac will leave the Museum of Modern Art to run the Jeu de Paume, France’s national photography museum.
Three years after the terrorist attacks that killed 130 people, films, novels and memoirs allow survivors and others make some sense of what happened.
A rediscovered drawing by the Renaissance master was priced at about $15.8 million in 2016. Now, the sky is the limit.
A French court found that Mr. Koons’s 1988 sculpture “Fait d’hiver” breached the copyright of the creator of a 1985 advertising campaign.
The former head of Tate Modern had to resign from his last job after protests. France’s culture ministry said he will take over one of the country’s largest exhibition spaces.
The authorities in Paris have opened a preliminary investigation into Abdellatif Kechiche, the director of “Blue Is the Warmest Color,” after an actress filed a complaint.