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In her show at SculptureCenter, Agnieszka Kurant weaves together roles that have been edited out of the final versions of well-known movies Read More
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San Francisco’s beloved Exploratorium moves to a new facility filled with site-specific artworks that help viewers analyze and understand the world Read More
Tissue cultures, genetic modification, bacterial colonies. Over the last decade, more and more artists have been giving up the studio in favor of the laboratory Read More
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The museum sanctions a “Communist Tour” of the Diego Rivera show–and more Read More
Artists by the hundreds have been flocking to Bushwick, a working-class neighborhood just east of trendy Williamsburg. Curators, collectors, and dealers are following Read More
A growing number of artists are poking fun at art-world inequities in their work—even as they participate in the system they critique Read More
The boundary between fine art and graphic novels has grown increasingly porous Read More
Shining light on uncatalogued archives, misplaced works, and undocumented careers, more than 60 venues in Southern California present shows on the art of postwar Los Angeles Read More
Kenny Scharf’s loopy, Pop-saturated paintings are back—in galleries and on the street. Read More
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