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The Authenticity of Modigliani Paintings Questioned Once Again

The Authenticity of Modigliani Paintings Questioned Once Again

The painting “Ritratto di Chaim Soutine” (“Portrait of Chaim Soutine”), attributed to Modigliani in an exhibition in Genoa.

Is ‘The Bassarids’ an Operatic Masterpiece, or ‘Strauss Turned Sour’?

Is ‘The Bassarids’ an Operatic Masterpiece, or ‘Strauss Turned Sour’?

If the story of “The Bassarids” wasn’t a surprise, Hans Werner Henze’s music was. It managed a rare balance of experimental and traditional effects.

How Financial Products Drive Today’s Art World

How Financial Products Drive Today’s Art World

The first Christie’s Art & Tech Summit focused on blockchain’s potential for the art business.

‘God Bless America’: 100 Years of an Immigrant’s Anthem

‘God Bless America’: 100 Years of an Immigrant’s Anthem

Irving Berlin, who fled Russia as a child, in his Army uniform during World War I, when he wrote “God Bless America.”

Nick Cave Wants You to Work It Out on the Dance Floor

Nick Cave Wants You to Work It Out on the Dance Floor

Charles Grant, one of the performers, dances with the crowd at Nick Cave’s “The Let Go” at the Park Avenue Armory. Mr. Cave said he was inspired by his own disco days, when spending time in clubs was a refuge.

30 Years Later, Three Bands From New York’s Downtown Scene Unite for One Night

30 Years Later, Three Bands From New York’s Downtown Scene Unite for One Night

Kenny Wollesen performed with Kamikaze Ground Crew at a concert exploring three groups’ intertwined histories on New York’s old downtown scene.

A Clarinetist’s Girlfriend Didn’t Want Him to Leave. So She Crushed His Dreams.

A Clarinetist’s Girlfriend Didn’t Want Him to Leave. So She Crushed His Dreams.

Eric Abramovitz wanted to study with Yehuda Gilad, whose students fill many U.S. orchestra positions. But his girlfriend intercepted a scholarship offer and turned it down.

‘The Sopranos’ 20th Anniversary: Here’s Your Complete Guide to Rewatching It

‘The Sopranos’ 20th Anniversary: Here’s Your Complete Guide to Rewatching It

From left, James Gandolfini, Edie Falco and Robert Iler in the series finale of “The Sopranos.”

Yara Shahidi Leaves Her TV Nest and Preps for Real Life

Yara Shahidi Leaves Her TV Nest and Preps for Real Life

The actress Yara Shahidi of “black-ish” on ABC will star in “grown-ish,” a spinoff on Freeform.

Fighting for the Palme d’Or, and the Right to Fly to Cannes

Fighting for the Palme d’Or, and the Right to Fly to Cannes

Jafar Panahi in Tehran in 2010. His latest film, “Three Faces,” produced in spite of an official ban on his making films in or leaving Iran, is in competition for the top prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

Blue Man Group to Pay More Than $3 Million to End Royalty Dispute

Blue Man Group to Pay More Than $3 Million to End Royalty Dispute

Ian Pai argued in his court suit that he was entitled to a larger share of the royalties earned by Blue Man Group.

Making Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. Into Super Bowl’s Dancing M.V.P.s

Making Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. Into Super Bowl’s Dancing M.V.P.s

Odell Beckham Jr. and Eli Manning in a screen grab from the N.F.L.’s “Dirty Dancing” ad.

Review: San Francisco Ballet’s Unbound Festival Plunges Into the New

Review: San Francisco Ballet’s Unbound Festival Plunges Into the New

San Francisco Ballet performing “Bound To,” by Christopher Wheeldon.

Can Classical Music Take a Joke? A Violinist Is Shredded

Can Classical Music Take a Joke? A Violinist Is Shredded

The violinist Daniel Hope in Berlin on Jan. 9.

Spike Jonze Can Dance. But His Best Choreography Is Behind the Camera.

Spike Jonze Can Dance. But His Best Choreography Is Behind the Camera.

Spike Jonze, with the camera, filming FKA twigs in a dance-rich ad for the Apple HomePod.


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