April may be the cruelest month for some, but not for piano lovers -- at least not at Walt Disney Concert Hall, in a month that has seen impressive performances by Stephen Hough, Alexandre Tharaud, Behzod Abduraimov, Murray Perahia and now Jean-Yves Thibaudet.Read more
Want to clear your mind? Get a pickup truck, then spend a couple years driving across and around the continent — alone.
That's the first lesson of the lovely retrospective of abstract paintings by Agnes Martin (1912-2004) newly opened at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.Read more
Springtime on Broadway is usually racked with strategy, stress and speculation. New shows vie for any possible edge to capture the Tony Awards' brass ring of best musical, on the (often correct) assumption the award means industry prestige and a box-office bounce.
To paraphrase a certain hit show, Broadway this year is saying no to this.Read more
You might want to use the restroom before visiting Joel Kyack’s exhibition at François Ghebaly Gallery.
The artist, known for his endurance performances and examinations of bodily processes, has turned his attention to the fountain as an aesthetic and mechanical form. The sound of running water permeates the show, uniting dark, intertwining notions of physicality, modernity and consumerism.Read more