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The Top 10 Photo Collectors

David Dechman New York WEALTH MANAGEMENT 20th century Randi and Bob Fisher San Francisco APPAREL (GAP, INC.) 20th century; contemporary Sondra Gilman and Celso Gonzalez-Falla New York INHERITANCE; REAL-ESTATE DEVELOPMENT 20th century; contemporary Daniel Greenberg and Susan Steinhauser Los Angeles … Read More

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Dynamic Duos

A growing number of artists make art as collaborators—
brainstorming, inspiring, arguing, and asking each other silly questions. Read More

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Removing the Veil

Nudity in contemporary art is tolerated increasingly in countries where it wasn’t in the past. Read More

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Moving Targets

A veteran painter argues that the nude motion studies of Muybridge and Eakins are unjustly notorious—when they should be celebrated for influencing generations of modern artists. Read More

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Where Are the Great Women Pop Artists?

It's clear that female artists of the '60s were pushed to the margins of art history. But a series of exhibitions showcasing their work reveals how un-Pop many of them were. Read More

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Making a Great Impression

Prints are becoming increasingly popular with collectors as they gain new respect from scholars. Read More

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‘A False Sense of Security’

Even as artists embrace environmental practices, they ignore or remain uninformed about the toxic materials in their own studios. Read More

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How Chicano Is It?

Young artists of Mexican American heritage are gaining visibility for work that often touches on their ethnic identity—along with other themes, from the conceptual to the formal. But they're conflicted about being defined by it. Read More

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Rebounding

The top ten collectors on our list. Read More

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The 2010 ARTnews 200 Top Collectors

Our 2010 list of the world’s top collectors Read More

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‘Your Labels Make Me Feel Stupid’

In an effort to connect with visitors who feel bored, overwhelmed, or confused, museums are using focus groups, comment boards, and even full-time evaluators to help rethink and rewrite texts in the galleries. Read More

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Where the Art Happens

Museums are finding ingenious ways to connect visitors with the artist’s interior world. Read More

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The Colonial Revolution

In the United States, the art made in Spain's Latin American colonies used to be considered artistically minor and politically incorrect. Now, as intellectual trends coincide with demographic realities, it's on the cutting edge of art history–and the wish lists of top museums. Read More

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Taking Center Stage

Looking for new ways to interpret familiar works—and attract new audiences to see them—opera companies are hiring artists to transform classic productions into multimedia spectacles. Read More