Philanthropist Wallis Annenberg—and her family foundation’s $2 billion money pot—wows Los Angeles.
Madeleine Grynsztejn and Olga Viso are bringing the American museum into the 21st century.
Zhang Xiaogang’s masterly paintings inspired by life under Mao have made him one of China’s hottest exports.
After years of playing hardball, tough-as-nails gallerist Mary Boone is beginning to show her softer side.
Once vilified for his color images of humdrum daily life, the enigmatic
man who turned art photography on its ear is getting his due.
Peter Doig has long painted the landscape from afar. But in Trinidad, he
considers the world right outside his door.
Artist Laurie Simmons teams with the designer, and the result is a seductive floral fest.
The brainy stage and screen idol opens up about panic attacks, fatherhood and his highly anticipated role in the upcoming WWII film Defiance.
Whether he's playing a Nazi or the Duke of Devonshire, the british actor is all about mind games.
In Mike Leigh’s unexpectedly upbeat new film,
Sally Hawkins plays one of indie cinema’s rarest creatures: a
truly happy person.
With his new film, The Soloist, the chameleonic Oscar winner gives a whole new
meaning to role-playing, both onscreen and off.
A year after his breakthrough performance in No Country for Old Men, this Hollywood renegade moves on to a role of presidential proportions.
Three years ago he shocked the fashion world by walking away from
the groundbreaking label he founded. Now the designer-turned-artist
unveils his new work.
In more than 50 films, He has shone in the background;
this year's The Visitor placed him front and center.
With two major dramatic roles this fall, wise child
Dakota Fanning grows up.
With his new film, RocknRolla, Guy Ritchie makes gangsta