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Four Artists on the Future of Video Art

Isaac JulienAfter having a solo show at Jessica Silverman Gallery in San Francisco cut short because of shelter-in-place orders, Isaac ...
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His Name Is Joseph Boulogne, Not ‘Black Mozart’

Last month, Searchlight Pictures announced plans for a movie about Joseph Boulogne, the 18th-century composer also known as Chevalier de ...
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A Director Brings Cerebral, Sexy Style to Opera Classics

In 1989, the pair returned to Krakow and enrolled at the Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts. There, Mr ...
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How to Sell Books in 2020: Put Them Near the Toilet Paper

If you want to sell books during a pandemic, it turns out that one of the best places to do ...
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Two Syrian Brothers, One Longing to Stay, the Other Determined to Leave

THE ROAD FROM RAQQA A Story of Brotherhood, Borders, and BelongingBy Jordan Ritter Conn“Humanizing”— the word often used to praise ...
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Did America Use Bioweapons in Korea? Nicholson Baker Tried to Find Out

To my nonscientist’s eye. Similar caveats — “we may never have incontrovertible proof,” “it’s remotely possible, though perhaps eternally unprovable,” ...
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Late Night on Trump’s Virus Briefings: ‘The Reboot Nobody Asked For’

Welcome to Best of Late Night, a rundown of the previous night’s highlights that lets you sleep — and lets ...
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What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘Amadeus’ and ‘The Last Full Measure’

What’s StreamingAMADEUS Stream on nationaltheatre.org.uk. Nearly four decades after its debut, Peter Shaffer’s “Amadeus” was reborn at the theater that ...
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Intimacy Is Overrated: Concerts in the Livestream Era

Luckily for listeners, musicians online have been stretching — and, frankly, cheating on — both the definition of a live ...
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