New York Times Arts

  1. On cable TV and social media, the separation of parents from their children provoked empathy and exposed the emptiness of trolling.
  2. He’s starring in the two biggest blockbusters of the season, cleaned up his life and has clout he never dreamed of. And that’s the problem.
  3. Few exhibitions at the Architecture Biennale go as far as the Cruising Pavilion, a scrappy show devoted to the culture of casual sex.
  4. The Los Angeles group led by the singer and guitarist Taylor Goldsmith stretches its sound and scope of lyrical inquiry on its sixth LP, “Passwords.”
  5. In the National Gallery of Art’s major survey of Cézanne’s stirring, troubling portraits, he treats family and friends with affectionate digs.
  6. The saxophonist’s new double album picks up where his breakout 2015 LP left off, with a huge group of musicians dreaming big together.
  7. They portray the title character in this play by Tracy Letts. In a conversation, they talked about their work and the production.
  8. The movie “Billionaire Boys Club,” which was shot before allegations surfaced against the actor, will be released via video on demand next month and in theaters in August.
  9. AMC’s new service will cost $20 a month — double MoviePass’s price — but will come with fewer restrictions.
  10. With her paintbrush, Amrita Sher-Gil explored the sadness felt by people, especially women, in 1930s India, giving voice and validity to their experiences.