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An exhibition at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art and its accompanying catalogue explore the visual culture of death and dying in Renaissance Europe
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Visitors attracted to form and function of rocking chair art installation at the Denver Art Museum.
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Robert Frank: Sideways, on exhibit at the Bowdoin College Art Museum in Brunswick, Maine, through January 29, takes a straight-on look at lesser-known photographs Frank took between 1941, when he…
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This past October at the 49 Geary Street Art Gallery building in downtown San Francisco, John Windle opened the doors to the newest addition to his rare book business: The William Blake…

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In early spring of 1786, Joseph Gulston, a connoisseur and erstwhile politician, sold off one of the great print collections of eighteenth-century Britain. Two decades earlier, at the…

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At what point does a photographer’s work coalesce into something original, supplanting imitation, influence, and experiment? This is the driving question behind Diane Arbus: In the…

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Nearly everyone familiar with the world of rare books has heard of the Book of Hours, the so-called bestseller of the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance. However, few people, except…

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The Shape of Things: Photographs from Robert B. Menschel, on exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City through May 7, is an object lesson in the creation of…