Alex W. Palmer investigates the trail of theft and a stunning rumor: Is the Chinese government behind one of the boldest art-crime waves in history?
Hilton Als on the life and times of Richard Pryor, America’s comic prophet of race.
Truman Capote’s 1957 Profile of the actor, reported from the set of “Sayonara.”
The first female Asian-American playwright on Broadway takes aim at identity and watches the audience squirm.
The long read: Sweden’s literary elite has been thrown into disarray by allegations of sexual harassment and corruption
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The art world still wants to see master painter Henry Taylor as an outsider, despite a star turn at the 2017 Whitney Biennial. He never stops worki...
In the last year of his life, the hot-blooded hustler was back on the make.
When the music of Vivaldi and Mozart are used to repel the homeless from sidewalks and Burger Kings, does it still glorify the dignity of humanity?
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The creator of Wonder Woman makes the case for superheroes—especially female ones
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Four years ago, he was just some Swedish kid named Tim Bergling who liked messing around on his laptop at home. One iTunes-dominating dance hit ("L...