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Profiles

Crossing the Line in China

As Ai Weiwei continues to openly criticize Communist party policy, his international profile is rising—but so is government response. Read More

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News

Betting the Farm

A Joan Miró retrospective features the canvas that Ernest Hemingway couldn't pass up. Read More

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Looking at Art

Slow Down, You Look Too Fast

The organizers of Slow Art Day ask museumgoers to take their time. Read More

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News

ARTnews Wins Silurians 2011 Excellence in Journalism Award

ARTnews has won the Society of the Silurians 2011 Excellence in Journalism Arts/Culture Award for a series of articles on the controversy surrounding 74 “recently discovered” plaster sculpture casts said to have been made by Edgar Degas. The articles, by … Read More

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Trends

Let the Games Begin

Artists are designing or adapting video games to comment on politics, art, and games themselves. Read More

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News

Should Curating Be Crowdsourced?

In attempting to avoid controversies over content, a Smithsonian panel might be setting the stage for even more. Read More

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Looking at Art

Pushing the Boundaries of Drawing

Richard Serra on sketching, mapping, rolling, stapling, cutting, and the other techniques he used to make the works in his Met drawings retrospective. Read More

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News

Cuban Art On the Move

Provocative show on race will travel to New York. Read More

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Market

The Trouble With Warhol

A high-profile lawsuit and a scandal over "posthumous" Brillo boxes have brought scrutiny to the methods used by the Andy Warhol Art Authentication Board—and its responsibility to the owners of Warhol works. Read More