Arts

‘Jagame Thandhiram’ Review: Scheme, Slaughter, Repeat

An intrepid gangster maneuvers between rival crime lords in the glossy drama “Jagame Thandhiram.” The movie (on Netflix) follows Suruli…

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Yes, No, Maybe So: A Generation of Thinkers Grapples With Notions of Consent

It’s not just that these works explore consent’s “gray areas.” What they examine is how consent can act like a…

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This Show Sets the Direction of Art. Its Past Mirrored a Changing World.

BERLIN — The members of ruangrupa, the Indonesian artist collective leading the next edition of Documenta, are under no illusions…

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Review: ‘Evil’ Is Good and It’s Back for a Second Satanic Season

Michelle and Robert King have a groovy split personality when it comes to creating television shows. On the more reputable…

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She Never Saw Herself in Children’s TV Shows. So She Created Her Own.

“Doc McStuffins” quickly became one of the most popular children’s TV shows, running for five seasons and viewed by millions…

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As Money Launderers Buy Dalís, U.S. Looks at Lifting the Veil on Art Sales

Mr. Isen provided his perspective on art market transactions. “It’s different than selling a car,” he said, “’cause car has…

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Allen Midgette, an Ersatz Andy Warhol, Dies at 82

Andy Warhol died in 1987. The guy people heard at 1967 lectures on Pop Art and thought was Andy Warhol…

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The Internet’s Exotic Pets, and the People Who Love Them

Surfacing The stars of Pet Tube are modeling the radical caretaking of strange animals. But they are only human. Tomas…

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Frank Bonner, Brash Salesman on ‘WKRP in Cincinnati,’ Dies at 79

Frank Bonner, the actor best known for playing Herb Tarlek, the brash salesman with an affection for plaid polyester suits,…

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The Literary Life of Cicadas

Peter Kuper is a cartoonist and the 2020-21 Jean Strouse fellow at the New York Public Library’s Cullman Center. Follow…

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