Attempting to uncover unknown things about very well known people.
“Lou Reed: Caught Between the Twisted Stars” offers glimpses of a life in rock ’n’ roll — from doo-wop to “Metal Machine Music” — and tracks the evolution of one of music’s polarizing legends.
What is the song you were obsessed with as a teenager? Listen to our season premiere — and share your song.
His images of David Bowie, Lou Reed, Queen and others helped define the 1970s. He was still shooting the stars decades later.
A conversation about how the band was experienced in its time, and how Todd Haynes’s new documentary explores the world that birthed it.
For half a century, she has taken the things we know best — our bodies, our rituals, our nation — and shown us how strange they really are.
Todd Haynes’s documentary paints a jagged, revelatory portrait of the New York avant-garde scene of the 1960s.
For half a century, she has taken the things we know best— our bodies, our rituals, our nation — and shown us how strange they really are.
Two documentaries take different approaches to their star subjects. One, about the actor Val Kilmer, prefers to be hands-off. The other, about Lou Reed, welcomes complications.
Reissues and deluxe editions of albums by PJ Harvey, Lil Peep, Charles Mingus and others provide fresh looks at familiar works, and the creative processes that birthed them.
Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually or in person in New York City.