The leather-bound script contains scenes that didn’t make the finished film.
On May 26, a public art installation in Vienna featuring portraits of Holocaust survivors was slashed with a knife. It wasn’t the first attack.
Martha Rosler’s “Semiotics of the Kitchen” made a lot of men angry in 1975. To Rosler, not a lot has changed.
Author Ottessa Moshfegh has defied the old adage, “never meet your heroes.”
The Big Band performs a mix of rock, klezmer, jazz and funk but sings exclusively in Yiddish.
The clang of hammer on metal and the roar of a blowtorch can be heard long before you walk into Israeli metal sculptor Yaron Bob’s workshop.
Promoting diversity just in time for Thanksgiving — and the midterm elections.
A Renoir painting that the Nazis stole from a Paris bank vault was returned to the heir of its owner.
He didn’t want to start by dipping a toe in?
A federal appeals court ruled a museum can keep two 16th century masterpieces by a German Renaissance painter which was looted by the Nazis.