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Archeologist gives inside look at their research process & unpacks discoveries. When one hears the name "Nasca,"* the first thing that comes to mind is probably the monumental geoglyphs of the…
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Leigh Brings an Unprecedented Degree of Black Female Representation to the U.S. Pavilion & the Venice Biennale at Large
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What is a monument? Is it the same thing as a memorial? We might think of a monument as something accessible with which we can interact in a way that suits our need to process traumatic past events.…
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Take a Peek at Tim Newton's Collection & Read on for Beginner’s Tips
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Julia Margaret Cameron’s early critics were concerned with beauty—the beauty of her sitters, her sensitivity in capturing it, her own physical charm, and, of course, where she failed to meet certain…
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Durham, North Carolina's Geer Cemetery is sparking new conversations about what it means to care for a cemetery and how American history is being told
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“Good artists borrow, great artists steal.” —attributed to Pablo Picasso
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How Artists Find Beauty in Chaos in Hope of Inciting Change
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In a notable revival, the life and career of the late dedicated abstractionist Alice Trumbull Mason has been guided into light through a focused exhibition of sixteen Shutter Paintings at Joan…
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Artists, a Gallerist, & a Historian Weigh in on the Merits of the Style