Piotr Beczala, left, as Maurizio and Anna Netrebko as the title character in Cilea’s “Adriana Lecouvreur” at the Met Opera.
Spotify announced it would no longer promote artists it finds to be out of line with its values, and removed R. Kelly’s songs from official playlists and recommendation features.
The Wellcome Collection, a London museum that explores the crossover between medicine and the arts, looks at the history of dentistry in a new exhibition.
The rapper Juice WRLD in Bushwick, Brooklyn. His biggest hit, “Lucid Dreams,” has gone as high as No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100.
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson in “The X-Files.”
The Renegade Performance Group in “Five on the Black Hand Side/Dapline!” at University Settlement.
A rendering of the Frick Collection from East 70th Street in Manhattan, showing the plan for an expanded second level, right, over the reception area. The museum intends to add two floors above the mansion’s music room, set back from the street; an addition behind the library on East 71st Street would be the same height as the library: seven stories.
The Recording Academy president Neil Portnow, right, with Grammys host James Corden. After the ceremony on Sunday, Mr. Portnow told reporters that women who want to rise in the music industry need to “step up.”
The Canadian series “SCTV,” whose stars included (from left, Andrea Martin, John Candy, Joe Flaherty, Martin Short and Eugene Levy), had outsize comedic influence despite marginal ratings.
Design with a difference: Details from the exhibition “Access+Ability” at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.
From left, Lakeith Stanfield, Donald Glover and Brian Tyree Henry in Season 2 of “Atlanta.”
The Ample Hills Creamery at DeKalb Market Hall in Downtown Brooklyn.
The Abstract Expressionist painter Joan Mitchell, who died in 1992, was the unlikely star of the Art Basel fair in Switzerland. Her 1959 painting “Untitled” was sold by the New York and London dealership Lévy Gorvy at Art Basel. It carried an asking price of $14 million.
Beyonce, left, and Jay-Z in front of the “Mona Lisa” at the Louvre in their new music video.
Tiffany Haddish’s big year included her turn in “Girls Trip” and a best-selling book.
Jupiter & Okwess, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, provided the fiercest grooves at the 15th installment of Globalfest.
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