‘Fire at Sea’

Gianfranco Rosi's haunting documentary film Fuocoammare (Fire at Sea) bears eloquent witness to the urgent human drama of migrants and refugees landing on the shores of Lampedusa, in southern Italy.

Tony Oursler

“Tony Oursler: Imponderable,” an exhibition on the video artist Tony Oursler and his encyclopedic collection of over 2,500 images and objects, "provide evidence of the (often misguided) power of faith, and of our longing to believe in—or our compulsion to disprove—the existence of the occult."

Paul Nash

Even at its most urgent, Paul Nash’s painting seems tremulous, poised between past and future, dream and reality. Flat planes, cones, and curves coincide with a mysterious vagueness. Sea and land, moonlight and dawn battle each other.

‘Evening at the Talk House’

In Wallace Shawn’s new play, Evening at the Talk House, as a group of friends reunite at a genteel, once-popular club, the harrowing details of life under the new regime begin to emerge. “Normalization” has been successful for some friends more than others.

‘Get Out’

Conceived in the waning days of Barack Obama’s presidency and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, four days after Donald Trump assumed power, the comedian Jordan Peele’s semi-parodic horror film Get Out has a complexity worthy of its historical moment.

Animals and Us

"Making Nature" is an exhibition that investigates our long history of trying to comprehend the wealth of the animal world, while also making us dizzily aware that we are, after all, animals ourselves.