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Jasper Johns Still Doesn’t Want to Explain His Art

Jasper Johns Still Doesn’t Want to Explain His Art

Jasper Johns in his studio, a converted barn in Sharon, Conn.

How Design for One Turns Into Design for All

How Design for One Turns Into Design for All

Design with a difference: Details from the exhibition “Access+Ability” at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.

The Gladiators of ‘Scandal’ Leave the Arena

The Gladiators of ‘Scandal’ Leave the Arena

In Olivia Pope, as portrayed by Kerry Washington (left), Shonda Rhimes (right) created one of the most memorable antiheroes, let alone one of the more complex black characters, on television.

Back to Nicaragua for a Pioneering Photographer of Rebellion

Back to Nicaragua for a Pioneering Photographer of Rebellion

The documentary photographer Susan Meiselas, who gained fame for her gritty, empathetic war coverage in Nicaragua and El Salvador in the 1980s, returned to Managua to cover a march while installing her retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, above.

How One Tweet About Nicki Minaj Spiraled Into Internet Chaos

How One Tweet About Nicki Minaj Spiraled Into Internet Chaos

Nicki Minaj responded to the writer Wanna Thompson in a direct message on Twitter. The rapper’s fans, fiercely protective of their queen, had alerted her that Ms. Thompson was criticizing her music online.

For Hugh Grant, a Smaller Screen Brings a More Complex Role

For Hugh Grant, a Smaller Screen Brings a More Complex Role

In “A Very English Scandal,” coming to Amazon Prime Video, Hugh Grant steps away from romantic hero types to play a brilliant but ruthless real-life member of Parliament.

‘Silicon Valley’ Season 3, Episode 9: What Exactly Is Pied Piper?

‘Silicon Valley’ Season 3, Episode 9: What Exactly Is Pied Piper?

Clockwise from front left, Kumail Nanjiani, T.J. Miller, Zach Woods, Martin Starr and Thomas Middleditch in “Silicon Valley.”

‘Jessica Jones’ Episode 7: Fear and Self-Loathing

‘Jessica Jones’ Episode 7: Fear and Self-Loathing

Krysten Ritter in “Jessica Jones.”

‘Jane the Virgin’ Season 2, Episode 18: Jane vs. Xo

‘Jane the Virgin’ Season 2, Episode 18: Jane vs. Xo

Gina Rodriguez, left, and Jaime Camil in “Jane the Virgin.”

Chelsea Peretti Wants Comedies to Be Funny Again

Chelsea Peretti Wants Comedies to Be Funny Again

Chelsea Peretti, who is departing the series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” this season.

With New Urgency, Museums Cultivate Curators of Color

With New Urgency, Museums Cultivate Curators of Color

A growing number of people of color in New York City’s curatorial world include, from left, Rujeko Hockley, Marcela Guerrero, Adrienne Edwards, and Christopher Y. Lew of the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Schubert’s Sonatas, and a Pianist, Come Into Their Own

Schubert’s Sonatas, and a Pianist, Come Into Their Own

“If you don’t get into the timelessness of its pace, you’re missing a very special thing about Schubert,” says Shai Wosner, who is playing the composer’s piano music at the 92nd Street Y.

Amy Sedaris Is Excited for the Emmys. She Just Has to Find a Rabbit Sitter.

Amy Sedaris Is Excited for the Emmys. She Just Has to Find a Rabbit Sitter.

“At Home With Amy Sedaris” received an Emmy nomination for best variety sketch show.

‘The Knick’ Season 2, Episode 6: A Circus Sideshow

‘The Knick’ Season 2, Episode 6: A Circus Sideshow

André Holland, Linda Emond, Michael Angarano and Eric Johnson in "The Knick"

Front and Center: Celebrating Black Comics and Their Creators

Front and Center: Celebrating Black Comics and Their Creators

David Heredia, the animator behind the video series “Heroes of Color,” at home with his daughter Elisa.

John Prine Endures, With a Half-Smile and a Song

John Prine Endures, With a Half-Smile and a Song

John Prine at his home in Nashville.


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