Can ‘the French Scorsese’ Pull Off a Western?

Jacques Audiard is one of France’s greatest living filmmakers. With “The Sisters Brothers,” he takes on the most American genre.

Adrian Piper’s Show at MoMA is the Largest Ever for a Living Artist. Why Hasn’t She Seen It?

The conceptual artist’s life and work push against the boundaries of race and identity in America.

The Culture Caught Up With Spike Lee — Now What?

After more than three decades as a provocateur, the filmmaker has returned to the movie that made him famous.

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The French Origins of “You Will Not Replace Us”

The European thinkers behind the white-nationalist rallying cry.

Maajid Nawaz’s Radical Ambition

The former Islamist has started a foundation to combat extremism among Muslims — and has made a lot of enemies in the process.

John Edgar Wideman Against the World

Late in a career marked by both triumph and tragedy, the fiercely independent author has written a new book exploring the unsettling case of Emmett Till’s father — and the isolation of black men in America.

How Kim Jones Is Remaking the Dior Man

Masculine or feminine? Street wear or couture? At the storied fashion house, its men’s designer delights in the spaces between.

A Fashion Story Set In Switzerland’s Most Eccentric Building