What are the best entertainment and culture options to watch while social distancing in the month of May 2020? Our ace correspondent Jillian Tangen has curated a list of the best entertainment and culture offerings this month, including new movies, podcasts, television shows, culture events and live stream concerts to watch this May 2020.
In the world of arts, entertainment and culture, what are the best offerings to watch from home this month? With so many of us confined at home due to the COVID-19 coronavirus, artists and arts organizations of all kinds have adapted. Our ace correspondent Jillian Tangen has rounded up our top picks of the new movies, podcasts, television shows, Broadway shows, live stream concerts, and online museum exhibits – there’s an amazing number of entertainment offerings all over the world to watch at home in April 2020.
On a recent visit to London, we had just enough down time to visit a house museum near Mayfair that came highly recommended. The Wallace Collection has been open to the public as a museum for over 100 years, and it’s a wonderful experience. Here’s a photo journal of the beauty and grace we saw and felt at The Wallace Collection in London.
Global modern luxury is taking on a decidedly more expansive look if the bell-weather spring auctions in New York this week are any indication. Significant new heights in sale prices were reached for a number of living black artists at Sotheby’s Contemporary Evening Sale, with one iconic work selling for $21.1 million.
Art alert! If you haven’t already, you still have time to register to bid on the items for sale at Sotheby’s this week from some of the most accomplished black artists of our time. Curated by Thelma Golden, Director and Chief Curator, the Artists for the Studio Museum in Harlem “Creating Space: An Auction to Benefit the Museum’s New Building” will take place to benefit the construction of the museum’s new building in Harlem, designed by iconic architect Sir David Adjaye (who designed the National Museum of African-American History on the Mall in Washington, DC).