If you are in New York this week there is plenty of art to see. Just a short walk from the Metropolitan Museum is a show that you will probably never see again. You can visit it for free. It closes this weekend.
Panah Panahi’s film is a powerful ode to the will to escape a restrictive society — and to tell stories.
Africa’s Struggle for Its Art usefully charts the prequel to current campaigns pressuring for the return of colonial plunder.
If you’ve never seen a French film with a PG feel, the well-meaning Gagarine might be the one for you.
David Thomson’s meditation on our love of disasters is engagingly allusive, reflective, humane, wide-ranging, and often funny.
The Berlin international Film Festival has always been an event where films on art, architecture, and design premiere. This year, as always, the selections were a mixed bag.
Diamonds, drugs, and sex — the stuff of movies.
Two stylistically different films in which workers are exploited and empowered.
The Velvet Queen, elegantly directed by Marie Amiguet and Vincent Munier, is a vivid chronicle of an arduous journey, old-fashioned but visually high-tech.
New York has come back to life, so there is more art to see than anyone has time to visit or write about.