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Movies from ‘Parasite’ director Bong Joon-ho and anime legend Satoshi Kon, and music from The Comet Is Coming offer a gateway to international fare.
This is the first time Google used its high-tech "art camera" to preserve and showcase work from Puerto Rico, where museums are struggling to survive.
The reopening of the Museum of Modern Art in New York shows a trend toward diversity, with more attention paid to women and artists of color.
Museums and artists are collaborating with visually impaired individuals to create multisensory exhibits that go beyond sight.
Soviet-era housing dominates the neighborhood of Lasnamäe on Jan. 11, 2020, in Tallinn, Estonia.
The beautiful designs of Nushmia Khan’s nikahnamas – Islamic marriage contracts – help draw attention to each partner’s rights and responsibilities.
This year, museums across Europe are celebrating Leonardo da Vinci’s unparalleled achievements with exhibitions that glimmer with life.
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To generate discussion around exhibits, museums add something unexpected: food. In Washington, the Hirshhorn serves up Thai food – and protest art.
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And check out ‘We Are Witnesses: Becoming an American,’ a short film series that breaks away from the partisan debate about immigration.
Yannis Philippakis’ voice is immaculate on Foals’ fifth album ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost, Part 1,’ there's a new version of ‘Les Misérables,’ and more top picks.
Priya Ramrakha, one of the first African photographers for Time and Life magazines, was an insider to the independence era of the 1950s and ’60s.
The film 'Burning' is available on DVD and Blu-ray, producer Andrew Huang makes enjoyable, interesting music using fireworks, shaving supplies, and Legos, and more top picks.
Nils Landgren has single-handedly made playing the trombone cool, the Criterion Channel is the Criterion Collection’s first native video streaming site, and more top picks.
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