The sculpture, commissioned by a Wisconsin sausage maker, is provoking more debate about whether the elderly artist authorized all the works sold under his name.
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The director stepped in when the original filmmaking team was fired. As for why he agreed to take over, well, we actually can’t print his answer.
In a wide-ranging conversation about the new season, cast members became emotional as they discussed accusations of sexual misconduct against Jeffrey Tambor.
His books answered the question of how my Jewish education would translate into the real world, should I survive the ordeal of childhood.
Maui, Wowee: Georgia O’Keeffe’s largely unknown Hawaiian paintings and sketches surface in the Bronx, at the New York Botanical Garden.
The singer and songwriter has spun tragedy into plainly angry action on her new album, “Hell-On.”
Two children’s literature experts consider what works in the Broadway play — for kids, sure, but for grown-ups too.
Music, bars and movies on rooftops. It’s Memorial Day weekend. Finally.
It’s entertaining! It’s not! Alden Ehrenreich is terrific! He’s no Harrison Ford! The reviews are all over the map, and here’s a sampling.
With “History Refused to Die: Highlights From the Souls Grown Deep Foundation Gift,” the Metropolitan Museum of Art makes the case for the art of self-taught black Southerners.
The Showtime documentary, which chronicles 16 months in the life of The New York Times, is occasionally illuminating. But it also can be superficial and oblivious.
Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.
Our guide to film series and special screenings.
The women told CNN that he inappropriately touched or spoke to them on set, during publicity events and at his production company. He issued an apology.
In Erin Entrada Kelly’s charming new book, “You Go First,” misfits connect long-distance via online Scrabble. Is it an escape, or the start of a real bond?
In a 4,600-word essay, the director’s son Moses Farrow accused his mother, Mia Farrow, of being abusive. His siblings defended her.
A six-episode series on Amazon retells a tale of Victorian-era repression and vanishing Australian schoolgirls.
A show devoted to his large-scale black-and-white works on canvas and paper will be on view in September at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in Chelsea.
A long-buried memory of childhood sex abuse sends a filmmaker digging through her past.
The play, created by Rady & Bloom, follows a celebration that goes nowhere, with nothing going according to plan.
And all I got was a devastating reminder of my own insignificance.
Newly restored, Sergei Parajanov’s ravishing masterpiece is out on Blu-ray and available for streaming.
From the Bayreuth Festival to Chicago and New York, looking for new ways to entertain.
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
The stagecraft is impressive, but if you’re not familiar with J.K. Rowling’s world of wizards, “Cursed Child” can be a mystifying slog.
The BAM/Restoration Dance Youth Ensemble, appearing at Dance Africa, give their all when dancing. They have also learned percussion skills. Watch our two videos.
Mr. Bateman and an “Arrested Development” co-star, Tony Hale, issued apologies on Thursday after critics said they excused Mr. Tambor’s abusive on-set behavior.
Luciano Berio’s 1968 harbinger of musical postmodernism will feature Roomful of Teeth and be conducted by Semyon Bychkov, who knew the composer.
Julianne Nicholson is an ex-con and Emma Roberts is an attorney in this film by Matthew Newton.
This autobiographical debut from the writer and director Carla Simón is light on drama yet dense with unspoken feeling.
Natalie Dormer, who stars in the film, also wrote it with the director, Anthony Byrne. Set in London, the mystery also stars Emily Ratajkowski.
This methodical and efficient cabin-in-the-woods horror movie subjects college graduates to a zombie infection.
Bruce LaBruce’s film turns lesbian separatism into satire.
John Cameron Mitchell’s loony romantic comedy encourages young love to bloom in the soil of an alien visitation.
This 1948 family melodrama gets its U.S. theatrical premiere.
Who is Swanilda, the lead of “Coppélia”? Our critic demonstrates how her ebullient, game-changing character is shown in her steps.
The president is accusing the F.B.I. of embedding a mole in his 2016 presidential campaign, and he is calling it “spygate.”
The Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron find site-specific solutions for each project, collaborating not only as designers but also as curators.
In “The Electric Woman,” Tessa Fontaine traces her experience of losing her mother against her life as a performer in America’s oldest sideshow.
A matchmaker and a collaborator, he says he’s “not in it to create a monument to myself.”
At the Venice Architecture Biennale, seven exhibits explore what it means to be a citizen of the universe.
Lauren Groff, author most recently of the story collection “Florida,” sees Mr. Rochester as a villain: “He’s a sociopath who keeps his grieving wife locked in the attic and tries to gaslight poor, plain, abused Jane Eyre then marry her bigamously.”
As cities run out of space, the water is one of the last remaining zones for centrally located development.
The comedy was spun from a series of viral ads for Pepsi, believed to be the first time a movie plot has been based on a commercial.
“Fashion does not take care of its people. No one is going to take care of me, except I am going to take care of myself.”
Season 2 of “Fauda” offers nuanced thrills. And Martin Freeman brings humanity to Middle-earth in the second film of the “Hobbit” trilogy.
Three plays in Germany present very different ideas about women in roles of authority.
The penultimate installment of the series was a quick, straightforward episode, proceeding on interwoven Elizabeth, Philip, Stan and Oleg tracks.
The actor discussed her favorite scenes from the show, killer Key lime pies and why Claudia, Elizabeth and Paige ate all that stew this season.
He loves the crowds, the crowds love him, and his appearances attract hundreds and even thousands of fans. On the eve of publication of his new book, “Calypso,” the love fest continues.
Mr. Roth wrote of the everyday people, buildings, streets and mores of the city, often with palpable and wistful affection.
This labored adaptation of a James short story, starring Tony Yazbeck, features a boldface creative team that includes John Kander and Susan Stroman
Upstairs, the matriarch is ready to die. Downstairs, her adult children might kill each other first.
Here is a sampling of reviews of the prolific author’s work, an essay he wrote and an interview he gave.