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From Coachella and Burning Man to New Bedford, Patrick Shearn and Poetic Kinetics are spreading wonder through awe-inspiring art installations.
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Andrea del Verrocchio pushed his students and painting as a whole to new heights. Why was his legacy neglected for centuries?
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Though contemporary critics considered them frivolous, Manet’s late works speak to his attraction to femininity, sensuality, and freshness of expression.
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An art form all its own, Japanese tattoos have both been influenced by the history of art, and shaped it.
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Lotte Laserstein’s career flourished in the Weimar Republic. But she fled the Nazis and sank into obscurity. Now she has been rediscovered.
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Using mundane materials brought layered meanings to canvasses, but will they stand the test of time?
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More than just plans for grander works, drawings offer a special view into the artist’s world, and a unique collecting opportunity.
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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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Winged creatures have captured the imagination of mankind through the millennia. Here is a glimpse at the varied ways in which jewelers have sought to express the freedom and beauty of these wonders…
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Bauhaus at 100: New Weimar Museum Welcomes the Avant-Garde Home