The Duet Between Mitski and Her Mirror Image
In her new album “Be the Cowboy,” Mitski Miyawaki knows that she’s playing a character—and she wants us to understand how it is constructed.
In Queer Art, There’s a Time for Action and a Time for Languor
An exhibition of four decades of work by queer artists surveys struggle, change, and the aesthetics of love.
The A.I. Robot That (Who?) Wants To Reach “Transcendental Superbeing Status”
A new exhibition features artists confronting the future and working at the cutting edge of crisis.
This MoMA Show Asks You to Confront Racism—Both in Strangers and Yourself
In her MoMA retrospective, conceptual artist Adrian Piper explores identity, narrative, and the responsibilities of embodiment.
Searing Emotional Melodramas for a Cold Winter Night
Film Society at Lincoln Center's "Emotion Pictures: International Melodrama" gives a sweeping survey of passion-inducing films.