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.
Metropolitan Opera General Manager Peter Gelb sat down with ZEALnyc in February at the announcement of the Met's 2016/2017
ZEALnyc: We had been speaking of risk and to The Ring which, as you say, was a big chance to take early on. What can we expect
Daniel Brenna and Marlis Petersen in William kentridge's 'Lulu' at the Metropolitan Opera. Photo: Ken Howard/Metropolitan
I guess I'll just have to wait for his response. Singer's most famous analogy is that of the drowning child. Suppose you
And it's partly inspired by "Psycho."
RIP misleading signage, you'll be missed.
"I don't like to constantly talk about how great Mozart is. Part of that is around the whole idea of the ten thousand hours
A decision that's long overdue.
Travel back in time with images taken between the 1870s and the 1970s in Senegal, Cameroon, Mali, Gabon and beyond.