His informal, generous pictures were some of the most moving art of the 1990s. Now, at MoMA, time catches up with the German photographer.
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Queen Elizabeth II was portrayed in plays and highbrow films, in made-for-TV movies and broad comedies and, of course, in “The Crown.” Many sought to answer the question: What was she like?
The Tony Award-winning actress will step into the role of the musical’s narrator, now known as Missus Hermes.
We spoke to three actors and a playwright — Gregg Mozgala, Bonnie Milligan, Solea Pfeiffer and Noah Diaz — who are taking big shots this season.
The director Gina Prince-Bythewood is known for her attention to character, but she made this historic saga of female warriors on another scale altogether.
Produced with Jack Antonoff, the British pop-rock band’s fifth album, due in October, is an attempt to focus the group’s infamous sprawl.
With designs that strive to enhance ecology, strengthen community and affirm cultural identity, today’s innovative buildings and projects transcend style.
This live action and animated reimagining of the classic fairy tale takes too much time relaying its narrative.
Kevin Smith revisits his convenience store characters, and his life, with this sequel.
For their decidedly nonfactual rock biopic, the pop-music parodist and the “Harry Potter” star found themselves on the same wavelength.
The comedian Kate Berlant’s latest experiment, directed by Bo Burnham at the Connelly Theater, positions her as an actress with a semi-traumatic origin story.
The stars of “Speak No Evil,” “Smile” and “Nanny” plumb psychological depths in very different characters.
“Regeneration” is a worthwhile look at stars and films, but it presents a tale of difficulty and triumph that doesn’t always engage with Hollywood’s history of racism.
After taking a decade between studio releases, Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodríguez-López eased their sonic experimentation to the sidelines for an album that still bristles.
In a break with tradition, there was no ceremony while former President Donald J. Trump held office. President Biden unveiled the Obama portraits: his by Robert McCurdy, hers by Sharon Sprung.
“I certainly never planned on being a music director in a time of war,” says Hobart Earle, who has conducted this Ukrainian orchestra for 30 years.
The well-received film about feuding friends, from writer-director Martin McDonagh, may earn the star his first Oscar nomination.
Jefferson Mays will bring his adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic to the Nederlander Theater starting in November.
Gisèle Vienne plays with perception in “Crowd,” a magnetic work that places 15 dancers, consumed with love and longing, at an all-night party.
As the fall film season begins and the midterm elections loom, our chief critics ponder the state of democracy, onscreen and off.