Evan Rachel Wood, one of the stars of “Westworld,” said the show has “completely transformed my entire life,” because playing Dolores forced her to drill into her own struggles.
A fan of XXXTentacion leaves a tribute outside the motor sports store in Deerfield Beach, Fla., where the 20-year-old rapper was shot and killed on Monday.
A painted bunting, a species usually found in the South, has shown up in New York.
Anton Bruehl’s daring ad for knitted-to-order sport clothes for Bonwit Teller in 1932. It is part of the exhibition “Icons of Style: A Century of Fashion Photography, 1911-2011” at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.
The pianist Igor Levit, known for his thoughtful musicianship and outspoken politics, near his home in Berlin.
The government of Chile said it would ask for the return of “Hoa Hakananai’a,” which was taken by British sailors in 1868, on behalf of Easter Island’s indigenous people.
From left, Reed Tankersley, Ron Todorowski and Daniel Baker warm up before a run-through.
Swannish: Olga Smirnova of the Bolshoi Ballet in “Swan Lake,” which the company danced at Lincoln Center in New York in 2014.
Dancers performing “PowerShift” as the TL Collective at the L.A. Dance Project headquarters.
The tenor Lawrence Brownlee asked himself, “Why don’t I think about doing some type of song cycle, detailing our own perspective of what it is to be a black man in America?” The result, “Cycles of My Being,” has its premiere on Feb. 20 in Philadelphia.
Norman Foster designed a chapel for the Venice Architecture Biennale.
Kanye West debuted his new album, “Ye,” on a field in Wyoming, with a ring of speakers positioned around a bonfire. The rapper has been working on a series of new projects for himself and his collaborators near Jackson Hole.
Olivia Wilde and Bobby Cannavale in “Vinyl.”
“Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story” explores the teenager’s life and his deadly encounter with George Zimmerman.
At the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, the artist MPA stands between her works “Eye” (2018) and, right, “Sunglasses (Left)” (2018), part of the museum’s “Made in L.A.” biennial.
For her third album under the name Frankie Cosmos, Greta Kline is releasing “Vessel” on Sub Pop, the indie-rock institution that propelled Nirvana and the Postal Service.
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