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Here, hundreds of miles south of the Canadian Arctic and Nunangat (the Canadian Inuit homeland territories), is the world’s largest collection of contemporary Inuit artworks.
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When the name of American-born artist James McNeill Whistler comes up most people immediately think of his iconic painting Arrangement in Grey and Black #1, an austere portrait of Anna McNeill…
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Could the Exhibition of Socialist Monuments Offer Guidelines for Americans to Recontextualize Confederate Statues?
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There is much to ponder about creative shifts in late-career artmaking. It’s a subject that has always fascinated scholars and audiences in all the arts because we usually expect painters, like…
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Beyond fire-breathing reptiles, however, are 100+ artworks, viewed not in chronological order, but according to four basic themes: heroes and adventure; fairy tales; mythology; and good versus evil.
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Ruth Fehilly made Mexico her home after falling in love—first with the country, then with artist Salvador Herrera. The couple opened The Outsiders Gallery in Centro, Queretaro last November.
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Looking Back as the 700th Anniversary of His Death Approaches
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Using art as a means for social change, artivists can change the world
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The Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico claims the world’s largest collection of folk art. The museum’s website displays 130,000-plus objects from more than 100 countries. Online…
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The often-contentious relationship between artists and those who write about art is as old as culture itself. The art critic’s job is to rationalize what is inherently an irrational pursuit.