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The original immersive experience, sculpture parks and gardens continue to inspire, and allow the public to enjoy both works of art and outdoor public space.
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There is a long history of an art ecosystem out in eastern Long Island. Today, a renewed interest in the area brings about a new generation of artists and galleries. 
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“Saints, Sinners, Lovers and Fools: 300 Years of Flemish Masterworks” debuts never before seen works from Southern Netherlands.
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The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England currently at the Metropolitan Museum of Art will go far to set the record straight. Here, the story of 16th century England is told through the lens…
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A clear sign that investors were taking notice of the huge popularity of these for-profit shows came in 2022 when Goldman Sachs Asset Management led a funding round that brought in $227 million for…
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Long overlooked, the sisters—Anna, Elisabeth (Lies), and Willemien (Wil)—are now the subjects of a book, The Van Gogh Sisters by Van Gogh scholar Willem-Jan Verlinden.
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A career-spanning exhibition of 70 works from 1947 to 2003 on view at The Hall Foundation in Reading Vermont from May 21, 2022, to November 27, 2022
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All creative families are creative in their own way (to paraphrase the over-paraphrased opening line of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina). Take the Rymans, for instance. There is Robert Ryman (1930 – 2019),…
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Headquartered in Dorset, England, Cape Farewell has been devoted to shifting perceptions about climate change since 2001, with founder and international director David Buckland at the helm. As…
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Ursula von Rydingsvard’s monumental works found an ideal temporary home in the galleries at Denver Botanic Gardens.