New York Times Arts

  1. Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy led with 13 nominations, including one for best picture. “Dunkirk” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” also emerged as strong contenders.
  2. No James Franco or “Wonder Woman,” but in a first, a woman gets a nod for cinematography.
  3. Many of the nominees in the top categories are already streaming. Here’s an updating list, along with where to find them.
  4. Here are some highlights from his career of live performances, which spans six decades.
  5. The pioneer of South African jazz came to the forefront of the country’s music in the 1950s as a member of the Jazz Epistles, gaining international fame after moving to the United States in 1960.
  6. Appearing through Feb. 15, Anita Rachvelishvili turns Azucena, the haunted and haunting Gypsy, into the opera’s riveting, volatile central figure.
  7. A photographer who kicked her OxyContin addiction fights on the front lines against the scourge that recalls H.I.V. And she has begun to draw a response.
  8. Don’t expect fireworks from this soberly sensible orchestra, coming to Carnegie Hall this week. It’s an understated celebration.
  9. Showing work in New York after a 17-year absence, the Japanese choreographer Kei Takei talks about Juilliard, technique and finding dance in nature.
  10. The artists, including Tatyana Fazlalizadeh and Onyedika Chuke, will use public art projects to address the social issues of the city.