Instant Dreams, a documentary about Polaroid enthusiasts, comes to New York. I’m in it. How’d that happen?
Is it about to rain? Dusk? Something else? Go to David Zwirner to see.
A guide to the playwright’s body of work, which spanned nearly 50 years.
A lot went into his famous photo of the slaying of Dominick Didato.
Blake Bailey on how the job changes when the subject’s no longer around.
Remembering the story that helped put New York on the map.
The indispensable, the significant, the disposable, and everything in between.
“With this picture,” he said, “I matured as a photographer and human being.”
In a city of people who wear black, the man in the white suit.
Five decades of wall art from New York’s co-founder.
See lively portraits from 75-year-old Sanlé Sory, in advance of his first American exhibition.
Laurie Metcalf and Alison Pill and Glenda Jackson, yeah.
It’s time for a primer for Netflix’s A Futile and Stupid Gesture, a biopic about National Lampoon co-founder Doug Kenney, based on Josh Karp’s book.
A short history featuring Johnny Carson, Dick Cavett, David Letterman, Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Fallon, and Stephen Colbert.
“Well, I told myself I wasn’t going to be a novelist of the outer boroughs.”
Something a little hard to quantify has, over the past 25 years, flattened this play’s power.
What’s weak, astonishingly enough, is the script, at least for the first hour.
A new book recaps five decades as seen in the magazine of the baby boom.
A preview of “Diane Arbus: In the Park,” opening today at the Lévy Gorvy gallery.
The relatively normal bunch of guys behind what was perhaps the creative peak of Late Night.