Books


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How Suzanne Lacy’s Feminist Work About Sexual Assault in the 1970s Created a New Art Form


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The Genius Next Door: What Legendary Painter Richard Diebenkorn Taught Artist Tony Berlant


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An Intimate Interview with Robert Frank: ‘He Was Just What You Would Expect from a Description by Jack Kerouac’


Artists Books

‘We Had Never Saved a Penny’: How Artist Duo McDermott & McGough Gambled Big—And Lost Everything


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Hitler’s Silver Hammer: Inside the Rise of the Nazis’ ‘Church’ for Art


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Monet Slammed Dealer’s Plan for Unauthorized Display of His Work in 1888 Letter: Read It Here


Books Reviews

Trust the Process: A Rich, Nuanced History of Artists Taking the Law into Their Own Hands


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Both Celestial and Chthonian: ‘Walks to the Paradise Garden’ Marks a Valuable Addition to the History of Self-Taught Art


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The Gallery That Wasn’t There


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Board Games: In a New Book, Andrea Fraser Holds Museum Trustees Accountable for Their Political Contributions


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‘A Moral Obligation’: In William Middleton’s ‘Double Vision,’ a Superb Portrait of Dominique and John de Menil, Patrons Who Funneled Oil Fortune Into Art, Social Justice


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An American in Paris: Berenice Abbott’s Early Portraits


Artists Books

‘It Was Very Clear I Was Possessed’: New Books Reveal Leonora Carrington’s Surreal Voice in Memoir and Fiction


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Pump Up the Volumes: Hefty Diebenkorn Catalogue Raisonné Sheds New Light on Luminous Paintings