Arts

A Look at the Art Collection of Claude Simard

A tribute at the Tang Museum honors one of the founders of Jack Shainman Gallery.

Pop: Drummer Tony Allen, Blending Art Blakey and Afrobeat

Mr. Allen will be bending the music of Blakey, who was also a drummer, into a grooving Afrobeat sound at Le Poisson Rouge.

Kurt Cobain, a New Player in the Art-Fair World

A Hollywood agency will bring two of Cobain’s paintings to his hometown for the Seattle Art Fair.

New Works, and a Milestone, for American Ballet Theater’s Fall Season

The company’s 25th year under Kevin McKenzie will feature premieres by Alexei Ratmansky, Jessica Lang and Benjamin Millepied.

Anatomy of a Scene | ‘The Beguiled’

Sofia Coppola narrates a sequence featuring Colin Farrell and Kirsten Dunst.

Tastemaker Wanted: Lincoln Center Festival Director to Step Down

The director, Nigel Redden, announced on Wednesday that he would leave the position after this summer’s festival, his 20th.

Michael Bond, Paddington Bear Creator, Is Dead at 91

The character — disaster-prone but good-natured and always polite — was the hero of children’s novels, picture books and animated television series.

‘Will’ on TNT: A Punk-Rock Shakespeare, Striving and Stage-Diving in the Big City

“Will,” which features the playwright in his formative years, is heavy on the tattoos and piercings.

A Canopy of Knitted Light at MoMA PS1

Take a 360-degree tour through “Lumen,” Jenny Sabin’s photoluminescent installation at MoMA PS1. Ms. Sabin won the museum’s Young Architects Program.

What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘Okja,’ ‘Younger’ and ‘Broadchurch’

A South Korean girl embarks on an odyssey to save her massive pet pig in “Okja.” And Liza finds that telling the truth isn’t as easy as she had hoped in “Younger.”