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The subject of Young Woman Sleeping, ca. 1654, is Hendrickje Stoffels, Rembrandt’s common-law wife. ©THE TRUSTEES OF THE BRITISH MUSEUM

Reading Rembrandt’s Shorthand

Rembrandt Drawings
By Seymour Slive
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Market
Lucy Mitchell-Innes with Enoc Perez’s Nakagin Capsule Tower, Tokyo, 2009, from last fall’s exhibition of the artist’s work. COURTESY MITCHELL-INNES & NASH, NEW YORK

Dealers’ Choice

Lucy Mitchell-Innes takes the helm of the Art Dealers Association of America. Read More


Profiles
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Seriously Funny

Swiss prankster Olaf Breuning navigates between the sublime and the ridiculous in films, sculptures, and multimedia works that take on everything from Easter Island to Woody Allen. Read More


News
Ron Mueck's Untitled (Big Man), 2000, is among the works basketball star Shaquille O'Neal put in the show he's curating. LEE STALSWORTH/HIRSHHORN MUSEUM AND SCULPTURE GARDEN, SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, WASHINGTON, D.C.

Shaq Tactics

The NBA star curates a show. Read More


News
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When White Is Wrong

Small differences in shade have big impact on gallery walls. Read More


News
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Into the Woods

Using old canoes, discarded planks, tree stumps, and colossal roots left behind by loggers, Brazilian designers are transforming found wood into high design. Read More


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Reaping What He Sews

Our reporter brings jacket for mending (in the service of art). Read More


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Shooting the Side Show

Behind the scenes with van Gogh and Donald Judd. Read More


News
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Canary Sings about Caravaggio

A Mafia informer says a stolen painting can never be recovered—but not everyone believes him. Read More


Features
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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