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Far From Home, but Not Far Enough

Far From Home, but Not Far Enough

Richard McCabe, as the Roman orator Cicero, warily watching Julius Caesar (Peter De Jersey) in “Imperium.”

Berlin: An Art Scene and a City in Flux

Berlin: An Art Scene and a City in Flux

“Kate’s Canteen,” an installation by Patrick Will and Caspar Wülfing, was among the works of more than 150 contemporary artists showcased at the exhibition “Ngorongoro II” in Berlin.

Protesting Artists Step Off the Streets and Into the Gallery

Protesting Artists Step Off the Streets and Into the Gallery

Phyllida Barlow’s “Untitled: 100banners2015,” installed in the atrium of the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt.

The Secret of Success in a Chilly Classic Car Market

The Secret of Success in a Chilly Classic Car Market

A 1951 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 S. The car, thought to be one of just 17 surviving examples of the model, sold this month for about $177,000 at an RM Sotheby’s auction in Paris.

‘American Horror Story’ Season 5 Episode 4: The Tutor of Torture

‘American Horror Story’ Season 5 Episode 4: The Tutor of Torture

Evan Peters as Mr. March in "American Horror Story: Hotel"

Review: A Rising Star Takes Her Turn, as the Met Turns the Page on Levine

Review: A Rising Star Takes Her Turn, as the Met Turns the Page on Levine

Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla led the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra at Carnegie Hall on Friday.

‘Downton Abbey’ Season 6, Episode 4: The Engine Purrs

‘Downton Abbey’ Season 6, Episode 4: The Engine Purrs

From left, Laura Carmichael, Penelope Wilton, Joanne Froggat, Raquel Cassidy, and Samantha Bond in “Downton.”

‘Empire’ Season 2 Finale: Enough Is Enough

‘Empire’ Season 2 Finale: Enough Is Enough

From left, Jamila Velazquez and Bryshere Gray in “Empire.”

Fantastical Cityscapes of Cardboard and Glue at MoMA

Fantastical Cityscapes of Cardboard and Glue at MoMA

Detail from “Kimbembele Ihunga” (1994) in the exhibition, “Bodys Isek Kingelez: City Dreams,” at the Museum of Modern Art featuring the artist’s strongly colored, eccentrically shaped fantasy architectural models.

‘Jessica Jones’ Episode 5: I’ve Seen Heroes

‘Jessica Jones’ Episode 5: I’ve Seen Heroes

Krysten Ritter in “Jessica Jones.”

Sony Apologizes for ‘Peter Rabbit’ Movie’s Allergy Scene

Sony Apologizes for ‘Peter Rabbit’ Movie’s Allergy Scene

The children’s movie “Peter Rabbit” has drawn some criticism for making light of food allergies.

‘Sharp Objects’: Jean-Marc Vallée on the Series Premiere and Underdog Storytelling

‘Sharp Objects’: Jean-Marc Vallée on the Series Premiere and Underdog Storytelling

The director Jean-Marc Vallée on the set of “Sharp Objects” with the show’s lead, Amy Adams, who is also an executive producer.

Brief Encounters, Enduring Portraits of the Displaced

Brief Encounters, Enduring Portraits of the Displaced

Mounira Al Solh at the Art Institute of Chicago. The Art Institute’s show, “I strongly believe in our right to be frivolous,” is the first exhibition of her work in the United States.

Next Up From Pope Francis? An Album, of Course

Next Up From Pope Francis? An Album, of Course

The album by Pope Francis, shown on Sunday in Wynnewood, Pa., will feature his speeches set to rock, pop and Gregorian chants.

Accuser to Cosby at His Sex Assault Trial: ‘You Remember, Don’t You?’

Accuser to Cosby at His Sex Assault Trial: ‘You Remember, Don’t You?’

Chelan Lasha, in 2014; she is one of the additional accusers testifying at Bill Cosby’s sexual assault retrial. After testifying, she called out to Mr. Cosby, drawing an immediate objection from his lawyers.

What’s for Lunch? Soup, With a Side of Art

What’s for Lunch? Soup, With a Side of Art

The artist Eduardo Navarro samples his own edible artwork before his opening at the Drawing Center, whose exhibition of his work, “Into Ourselves,” is open through April 22.


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