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Wassily Kandinsky's paintings as they appeared in an exhibition of "non-objective" art in 1943. COURTESY GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM.
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Retrospective: When Elaine de Kooning Painted JFK

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Futuristic, Freaky, and Fetishized, Machines Take Over in New Show at Petzel

Artist Walead Beshty previews the new show he curated for Petzel Gallery, featuring work by Francis Picabia, Christopher Williams, Lee Lozano, Dan Flavin, and more Read More

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How Iraqi Artists Are Finding a Path to the International Art World

From last year’s Venice Biennale to this summer’s New Museum show, more and more exhibitions are spotlighting contemporary art from Iraq Read More

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When Modern Art Met Modern Warfare

This year, exhibitions across Britain join others around the globe to showcase the art of World War I and its effects on artists 100 years later Read More

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See 11 Heady Books Transformed into Ikebana Flower Displays

Camille Henrot channels Japanese zen gardens with an installation of floral odes to her favorite books Read More

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Artists’ Studios: The Dollhouse Version

Joe Fig’s miniature renderings of the work spaces of Ursula von Rydingsvard, Petah Coyne, Ellen Altfest, Tara Donovan, and Judy Pfaff are mesmerizing to behold Read More

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10 Cool Trends in Contemporary Ceramic Art

From Face Jars to Fractured Fairy Tales, a handy guide to what’s going on today in clay Read More

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Check Out All 19 Amazing Street-Art Murals Created for Governors Ball

Spray-painted odes to New York join the lineup at the 3-day music festival on Randall’s Island this weekend Read More

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How Non-Artists Can Draw: Comics Great Lynda Barry on Teaching Creativity

On the occasion of her first New York solo show, Lynda Barry offers tips on keeping students engaged, tackling taboos, and learning to laugh at yourself Read More

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The Changing Complex Profile of Black Abstract Painters

Long marginalized by their community and overlooked by the art market, African American abstractionists are finally coming into the spotlight Read More

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Artists Let Loose on New York’s Water Tanks

This summer, Jeff Koons, Catherine Opie, Carrie Mae Weems, and others will transform New York’s water tanks into works of art Read More

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French Rembrandt Thief Lives Real-Life Version of ‘Goldfinch’ Story

Man who stole painting for love and hid it for 15 years gets surprise when he comes clean Read More

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Uniqlo’s New MoMA T-Shirts Are Most Subversive Ones Yet

Radical chic for $19.90 and up: the Daniel Joseph Martinez line Read More

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Shepard Fairey Goes Home Again; Makes First Neon

The famed artist provocateur returns to his native Charleston, South Carolina, showing with Jasper Johns and creating a series of public murals Read More