Culture & Arts
A 10-minute bidding war broke out over “Love is in the Bin,” which sensationally self-shredded during its first auction sale in 2018.
Tatsuya Tanaka's miniature twist on face coverings have to be seen.
Close, famed for his large photorealist portraits, was accused of sexual harassment by several women who posed for him.
Disabled photographer Emilio Morenatti spoke to several veterans from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq who have gone on to become star athletes.
The museum's handling of the Sept. 11 attacks has long received criticisms, which have become more glaring as the 20th anniversary approaches, scholars say.
The singer-songwriter, who is vegan, said it was "an honor" to wear a gown from the now fur-free fashion house at this year's Met Gala.
"Sex Education" and "The Chair" explore how patriarchy and staid traditions make it hard for women to gain power in educational institutions.
Monday's landmark performance was the first staged work by a Black composer in the long history of a company that launched in 1883.
The 24-year-old has gone viral for her informative videos about being Black, Latina and Honduran.
Writer Temi Wilkey and breakout star Dua Saleh discuss how Season 3 of the Netflix series tells Black queer stories through a nuanced lens.