The anti-immigrant party Alternative for Germany wants to know the nationalities of artists employed by state theaters, and cultural organizations are worried.
He’s the author of a farce called “Seventy-Two Virgins,” a Churchill biography and a book in verse about pushy parents. They all say something about his personality.
Conversation about monuments has reached a fever pitch, and the city was split on this one. The American Museum of Natural History is opening an exhibition on it.
His spectacular acts of self-mutilation and vandalism have landed him in jail in both Russia and France — and blurred the lines among art, protest and crime.
The children had recently been released from the custody of United States Customs and Border Protection, and they drew their detention facilities.
The New York Botanical Garden has opened its largest ever show, devoted to the Brazilian landscape architect.
On this show, a 30-something project manager in the famously overworked nation wants nothing more than to get out of the office and into her favorite bar for happy hour.
Larry Diamond’s “Ill Winds” warns that American freedom is threatened from both inside and out.
Tim Bouverie’s “Appeasement” describes the many ways the British government avoided standing up to Hitler.