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Southward Bound: As Art Institutions Explore New Frontiers in South L.A., Communities Brace for Change


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The Artist America Built: Daniel Joseph Martinez Visits Other Places and Other Histories in His Ongoing Critique of These United States


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Just Like Starting Over: Can MOCA Los Angeles Reinvent Itself Again?


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Wool Gathering: Janine and J. Tomilson Hill’s Dreams for Their Exemplary Collection Overlooking the High Line


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Let’s Hang: With Space-Sharing Programs, Galleries Band Together to Battle an Uncertain Market


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Grace and Will: An Excerpt from Mary Gabriel’s New Book ‘Ninth Street Women’ on Painter Grace Hartigan and Art Market Changes in the 1950s


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Maximum Minimalism: Emily and Mitchell Rales’s Glenstone Museum Grows


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Mission Accomplished?: As Mainstream Art Museums Rush to Diversify, What is the Role of Culturally Specific Museums Working for a Cause?


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Art to Pore Over: Andrea and José Olympio Pereira Display Their Collection in a Coffee Warehouse in Brazil


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Amant-Garde: Lonti Ebers Goes to Work on New Residency Programs for Brooklyn and Tuscany


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See-Worthy: Francesca von Habsburg Looks to Art and Science for Answers to Questions About the Environment


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The 2018 ARTnews Top 200 Collectors: An Introduction


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Casanova as Case Study: How Should Art Museums Present Problematic Aspects of the Past?