The director Jean-Marc Vallée on the set of “Sharp Objects” with the show’s lead, Amy Adams, who is also an executive producer.
A 1933 photograph of an excavation of the ruins of Persepolis in Iran. The bas-relief of a soldier from these ruins, which was seized at a Manhattan art fair last year, was ordered to be returned to Iran on Monday.
Bryshere Gray, center, in “Empire.”
Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the Metropolitan Opera’s music director designate, rehearsing last year. He will become the company’s music director this fall, two years ahead of schedule.
“You’re not interesting because you went to a high school where kids got shot,” Louis C.K. said in a recent bit at a Long Island comedy club.
The exhibition “Japanese Art After 1945: Scream Against the Sky” began in 1994 at the Yokohama Museum of Art in Japan and was presented that year at the Guggenheim Museum SoHo. Its strains of Modernism often reflected deep, indigenous roots.
“Hapana Chitsva,” a triptych of paintings by Portia Zvavahera at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art, one of the three principal venues for the Berlin Biennial of Contemporary Art.
Patricia Kopatchinskaja was the music director, and a lead performer, of this year’s Ojai Music Festival in California.
The choreographer Wayne McGregor at a recent rehearsal for “AfteRite,” his dance for American Ballet Theater, which is to have its premiere at the company’s spring gala.
Andreas Gursky outside the Southbank Center in London. A retrospective of the artist’s work is being held at the Hayward Gallery.
Tania Bruguera’s “Untitled (Havana, 2000),” at the Museum of Modern Art, features live performance.
Tax increases for adobe homes in the artsy outpost of Marfa, Tex., have hit both upscale properties and more modest ones, like these.
The Los Angeles-based sculptor Charles Ray at a pub in Walden, N.Y. Mr. Ray was visiting the foundry where his piece, “Mountain Lion Attacking a Dog,” was being completed for a show at Matthew Marks Gallery.
A selection of CryptoPunks, a collection of 10,000 characters with proof of ownership stored on the Ethereum blockchain.
Enslaved African men and women in a sculpture by the Ghanaian artist Kwame Akoto-Bamfo at the new National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Ala. The work is dedicated to the memory of the victims of the trans-Atlantic slave trade.
Antonio Canova’s “Modello for George Washington (1818),” a plaster version of Washington as a Roman general, at the Frick Collection. A fire destroyed the original marble monument.
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