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Trends

Show and Tell: The Dos and Don’ts of Studio Visits

Art-world insiders dispense advice on what you should say, how the artist ought to display the work, and which refreshments to serve, if any Read More

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News

Edvard Munch’s Backyard Reveals Its Secrets

At Edvard Munch’s seaside retreat in Norway, archeologists are unearthing his belongings—and a new museum and hotel are going up Read More

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News

Gambling on Public Art in Atlantic City

Works by Kiki Smith, the Kabakovs, Robert Barry, and more are part of a city-improvement campaign supported with casino tax funds Read More

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News

Making a More Modern Prado

Negotiating political changes and budget cuts, director Miguel Zugaza has brought Spain’s notoriously old-school treasurehouse into the 21st century Read More

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Features

Refuting the Myths About the Armory Show

Research for exhibitions commemorating the centennial of the notorious Armory show reveals that it included more American, historical, and even female artists than many accounts include
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Philippe Petit: Knotty by Nature

The ‘Man on Wire’ reveals the arcane tricks of tying knots Read More

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Investigations

The Restitution Struggle: Malaise, Indifference, and Frustration

Decades after the effort began, hundreds of thousands of artworks and other objects looted from victims of the Holocaust have yet to be returned to the owners or their heirs
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Lights, Camera, Vezzoli

Exhibitions in Rome, New York, and Los Angeles celebrate the cinematic spoofs of Francesco Vezzoli Read More

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Looking at Art

Magritte’s Grand Illusions

The curator of “Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary, 1926–1938,” opening September 28 at MoMA, explores how three photographs of the Belgian Surrealist provide insights into his wry humor and painting techniques Read More

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Profiles

‘It’s Not About Light—It Is Light’

Three major museum shows provide an unprecedented chance to assess the optical, intangible, and mesmerizing art of James Turrell Read More

Installation view of “Art for the Public by Chicago Artists of the Federal Art Project,Works Progress Administration” at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1938. 
COURTESY THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO.
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Retrospective: When the WPA Was New

And other excerpts from our coverage 100, 75, 50, and 25 years ago Read More

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Paint the Town, Red

An exhibition at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan showcases fun, tactile, New York City–inspired artworks by Red Grooms Read More