New York Times Arts

  1. Shows and films caught up in harassment scandals have become radioactive, and the culture is wrestling with where to draw the line.
  2. An artistic journey through six decades of painting sums up his achievements — and leaves you wanting more.
  3. In the latest movie from the Italian director Luca Guadagnino (“I Am Love”), Armie Hammer plays a visiting student who falls for his host’s teenage son.
  4. The Museum of Modern Art offers a commanding retrospective of five decades of Stephen Shore’s groundbreaking work.
  5. While the new show may have elements of Netflix’s “Stranger Things” and “The OA,” its creators say it’s uniquely German.
  6. Our critic says comedy feels stagnant right now, dominated by the same stars. It’s time to make room for up-and-comers.
  7. New musicals on London’s stages include a merciless and compassionate “Follies,” a revitalized “Young Frankenstein” and a timely saga of an aspiring drag queen.
  8. To capture the spirit of its relentlessly cheerful animated hero and his underwater world, a $20 million musical that “explodes off the stage.”
  9. The record-breaking “Salvator Mundi” has something in common with a Formula One racing car, and an increasing number of exceptional artworks.
  10. Also the week the of Nov. 26: David Hockney at the Met; Haruki Murakami at BAM.