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Arts Groups, Facing Their Own Virus Crisis, Get a Piece of the Stimulus

As museums shutter and theaters go dark, cultural institutions are have been calling for federal and local government help. Congress’s aid package will provide some assistance.
Tags: Art, News, Congress, New York City, Museums, Nonprofit Organizations, Chellie, Pingree, United States Politics and Government, Seattle (Wash, Culture (Arts, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Stimulus (Economic

Great Theater, Dance and Classical Music to Tune Into While Stuck at Home

Jordan Grubb and other actors created a lip sync video of “One Day More” and the Royal Danish Ballet is streaming. Here is a list of digital content.
Tags: Art, News, Dancing, Museums, Classical Music, Theater, Opera, Royal Danish Ballet, Culture (Arts, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Jordan Grubb

10 Binge-Worthy Art Podcasts in the Age of Coronavirus

Plugging into the art-world conversation while museums and galleries are closed.
Tags: Art, News, Podcasts, Sky, Jason, Pack, Robert, Browning, Helen, Burns, Daniel, Ben, Luke, Tamar, Russell, Ramirez

T’s Guide to Staying at Home, and Making the Best of It

Hunkering down in isolation? Keep the stress at bay with a delicious meal, some self-care and a riveting read.
Tags: Art, News, Anya, Jason, Robin, Aegean Sea, Wu, Condit, Cyclades Islands, Daniela, Cecelia, Kerby, Okada, Christophe, London (England, Cooking and Cookbooks

Coronavirus in N.Y.: The Latest

A city whose lifeblood is its thousands of bars and eateries is suddenly without them (but you can still order a cocktail).
Tags: Art, News, New York City, Unemployment, Museums, Bill, Opera, De Blasio, Cuomo, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera, Andrew M, Shutdowns (Institutional, Culture (Arts, Bars and Nightclubs

Activist Museum Director Named New York Cultural Affairs Commissioner

Gonzalo Casals of the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art wants to increase opportunities for people like him, in “immigrant communities, queer communities, Latinx communities.”
Tags: Art, News, New York City, Museums, Bill, De Blasio, Tom, Gonzalo, Cultural Affairs Department, Appointments and Executive Changes, Culture (Arts, Finkelpearl, El Museo del Barrio, Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, Casals, Leslie Lohman Museum of Art

With Final Gracie Mansion Show, First Lady Aims to Secure Arts Legacy

Chirlane McCray’s exhibition reflects an agenda of equity and inclusion.
Tags: Art, News, Bill, Ny, Chirlane Mccray, De Blasio, McCray, Culture (Arts, Monuments and Memorials (Structures, Chirlane, Gracie Mansion (Manhattan

As Virus Tightens Grip on China, the Art World Feels the Squeeze

Movie theaters have closed, art fairs have been canceled and orchestra performances called off as the epidemic has curtailed travel and foot traffic on the mainland and beyond.
Tags: Art, Movies, News, China, Auctions, Classical Music, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Juilliard School, National Symphony Orchestra, Art Basel Hong Kong, Culture (Arts, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV

A Painter Resurrects Louisiana’s Vanished Creole Culture

Andrew LaMar Hopkins celebrates the rich contributions of 19th-Century New Orleans in his folk art style (and drag).
Tags: Art, News, Furniture, New Orleans, Louisiana, Hopkins, John James, Audubon, Creole, Culture (Arts, New Orleans (La, Andrew LaMar, The Winter Show (Exhibit, Andrew LaMar Hopkins

12 Things Our Critics Are Looking Forward to in 2020

Greta Gerwig onstage, Jack London on film, Broadway revivals and an opera celebrating the 19th Amendment are just a few of their choices.
Tags: Art, Music, Television, Movies, News, Dancing, Broadway, Greta Gerwig, Maria, Hawke, Greta, Caroline, Ethan, Jack London, Gerwig, Bamford

New York’s Race to Build Monuments Runs Into Friction on the Ground

The city’s plan to commemorate women, people of color and others overlooked in the past is leading to fights over who should be honored and how.
Tags: Art, New York, News, New York City, Bill, De Blasio, Women's Rights, Blacks, Cuomo, Andrew M, Public Art Fund, Culture (Arts, Monuments and Memorials (Structures

How Can I Silence My Fear of Failure When Starting to Write?

“You are likely your own cruelest reader,” says one of our advice columnists.
Tags: Art, News, Petit, Philippe, Chiang, Culture (Arts, Ted (Author

Oligarchs, as U.S. Arts Patrons, Present a Softer Image of Russia

Museums, the performing arts and historical sites like Fort Ross in California, where an old Russian company flag flies, have been the beneficiaries of their gifts.
Tags: Art, News, Putin, California, Russia, Museums, Philanthropy, Kennedy, Bolshoi Ballet, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Prokhorov, Kislyak, Valery, Gergiev, Vladimir V, United States International Relations

Virgil Abloh Has Designs on High Culture

He bridged the worlds of streetwear and high fashion. Can he conquer an art museum next?
Tags: Art, News, Museums, Louis Vuitton, Virgil, Takashi, Murakami, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Fashion and apparel, Virgil Abloh, Chicago (Ill, Culture (Arts, Abloh, Off-White (Fashion Label, David Bowie Is (Exhibit

Summer Books Preview: A Season to Catch Up on Reading

The Times’s critics on what they look forward to diving into this summer.
Tags: Art, Television, Movies, News, Dancing, Classical Music, Times, Books and Literature, Culture (Arts, Writing and Writers, Poetry and Poets, Documentary Films and Programs, Summer (Season

Spring Gallery Guide: Over 40 Art Shows to See Right Now

From Bushwick to Harlem, with many stops in between, our art critics take stock of the best shows this spring.
Tags: Art, News, Harlem, Bushwick, Culture (Arts

An Artist Who Creates Joyful, Shimmering Images of West Indian Culture

Ahead of a new solo show, Paul Anthony Smith discusses his intricate, time-intensive process — and his favorite forms of procrastination.
Tags: Art, News, Gallery, Jack, Ny, Edward, Blacks, Hopper, Parades, Paul Anthony Smith, Culture (Arts, Bedford-Stuyvesant (Brooklyn, Shainman

Lincoln Kirstein: A Modern Tastemaker With Some Iffy Taste

An art critic and dance critic talk about two Kirstein shows — and how his protean diversity left its mark on the arts, most productively on ballet.
Tags: Art, News, Dancing, David, Gallery, Museums, Evans, Lincoln, Museum of Modern Art, Walker, Elie, Zwirner, Kirstein, Culture (Arts, Lincoln Kirstein, Nadelman

Notes on the Culture: Why Baltimore Persists as a Cultural Beacon

The city (population 600,000) has produced an eclectic variety of artists, including John Waters, Joyce J. Scott, David Simon and Abdu Ali.
Tags: Art, News, Anne, Scott, Tyler, Waters, Culture (Arts, Baltimore (Md, John (1946-, Joyce J, Divine (1945-88, Joyce J Scott David Simon

Admiration Society: Joe Mantello and Stanley Whitney on the ’80s and the Evolution of Their Work

Two creative people in two different fields in one wide-ranging conversation. This time: the director and the artist.
Tags: Art, News, Theater, Ny, Whitney, Joe, Joe Mantello, Mantello, Stanley Whitney, Culture (Arts, Studio Museum in Harlem, Stanley (1946-, Lisson Gallery (Manhattan

Revolution 60: Is This the End of Cuba’s Astonishing Artistic Freedom?

A controversial new decree threatens to derail a thriving cultural scene in Havana.
Tags: Art, News, Censorship, Cuba, Castro, Fidel, Politics And Government, Culture (Arts

Revolution 60: Cuba Must Not Return to the Dark Years of Censorship

A controversial new decree imposing limits on artistic practice threatens to derail a thriving cultural scene in Havana.
Tags: Art, News, Censorship, Cuba, Castro, Fidel, Politics And Government, Culture (Arts

Jasper Johns, American Legend

The artist’s work has managed to speak both to and for the country’s consciousness for the last 60 years — and he’s not done yet.
Tags: Art, News, Jasper, Robert, Johns, Black Mountain College, Whitney Museum of American Art, Rauschenberg, Bonwit Teller, Culture (Arts, Jasper Johns American Legend

Family Guide: Kids and Culture? There’s So Much to Talk About

Arts writers for The New York Times share their strategies (snacks) and budget-friendly options (outdoor events) in a discussion about introducing children to the arts.
Tags: Art, Music, Movies, News, Museums, New York Times, Classical Music, Warhol, Museum of Modern Art, Opera, Andy, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York Philharmonic, Whitney Museum of American Art, Brooklyn Museum

Family Guide: 27 Ways to Keep Your Kids Culturally Engaged This Winter

Classical concerts, children’s film series and a festival where technology meets art are among the events that can keep young minds occupied (and having fun) through a school sabbatical and beyond.
Tags: Art, Music, Movies, News, Museums, Theater, Children and Childhood, Culture (Arts

Lagos, City of Hustle, Builds an Art ‘Ecosystem’

West Africa’s new art destination is a sprawling megacity with a generation of artists, gallerists and collectors powering the scene.
Tags: Art, News, Africa, West Africa, Wiley, Victor, Lagos City, Ogboh, Collectors and Collections, Culture (Arts, Shonibare, Ehikhamenor, Kehinde, Yinka, Emeka (1977-

In This Manhattan Apartment, Every Room Is a Testament to Japanese Tradition

The artist Hiroshi Sugimoto’s first architectural project in New York City is a defiant celebration of a bygone age.
Tags: Tea, Art, News, New York City, Manhattan, Ny, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Culture (Arts, Interior Design and Furnishings, Central Park (Manhattan

MoMA to Close, Then Open Doors to More Expansive View of Art

Don’t plan to visit MoMA this summer. It’s closing for renovations that will put a new focus on work by women and artists of color. The results will shake up every gallery.
Tags: Art, News, United States, Museums, Museum of Modern Art, Latin America, Blacks, Black, Lowry, Minorities, Moma, Golden, Thelma, Leon D, Restoration and Renovation, Culture (Arts

Like a Boss: Faust’s Work Diary: ‘I’ve Just Arrived and I’m Already Behind Schedule’

The entrepreneurial graffiti artist travels to the Russian capital to install a mural — and gets more work along the way.
Tags: Art, News, Graffiti, Faust, Murals, Moscow (Russia, Culture (Arts, Faust (Artist, Biennale Artmossphere

10 Things Our Critics Are Looking Forward to in 2019

A Frida Kahlo show. A live “Great Gatsby” marathon. “Fleabag” takes the stage. Here are some of our most anticipated events of the early new year.
Tags: Art, News, Bill, James, Fred, Phoebe, Fitzgerald, Frida Kahlo, Caleb, Frida, Armisen, Kahlo, Hader, Culture (Arts, Teicher, F Scott

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