We can all learn from Thomas P. Campbell's impassioned defense of public art.
His staggering paintings use the language of Western art history to paint the black experience.
Soprano Sonya Yoncheva in Metropolitan Opera 'La Traviata.' Photo: Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera You know, I think one of
If there's any company that is truly a global company in the performing arts, it's the Met. Because we serve an audience
Opera, as an art form, finds increasing competition in terms of all the shorter-form entertainment and a challenge from the
The Met. There's a $45 million snapchat picture somewhere in there So Islam, and by extension many other religions, compels
And it's partly inspired by "Psycho."
On its opening day, the Met Breuer will be presenting artist Nasreen Mohamedi, who has created works that show a hyper
RIP misleading signage, you'll be missed.