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The ground-breaking exhibition not only expands art history, drawing attention to the engagement of black models in modernism, it also questions the role of museums and asks how these spaces can be…
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Between 1922 and 1943, Italy was ruled by the Fascist government of Benito Mussolini. Central to the regime’s ideology and imagery was the ancient Roman Empire, to which it looked for inspiration and…
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To celebrate their city’s tricentennial, the New Orleans Museum of Art gathered under one roof what was once one of the greatest art collections in the world.
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Organizing the first retrospective for Michaelina Wautier, a forgotten 17th century Dutch woman artist, offered a unique (and exciting) set of curatorial challenges.
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The gift from the widow of Erhard Göpel, a dealer who worked for Hitler and engaged in the plunder of Jewish collections during World War II, raises ethical questions.
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Bill Cunningham’s posthumously published memoir, "Fashion Climbing," reveals a life inspired by beauty and originality.
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How artists, collectors, curators and museums value memory.
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More than just a party spot, Studio 54 changed the cultural landscape of New York City
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A celebrated painter in her own time, Thérèse Schwartze later fell into obscurity. Now she is being rediscovered.