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Artists

‘Emotionally and Physically, You Have to Keep at It’: Mark Bradford on His Epic Painting Cycle at the Hirshhorn Museum, ‘Pickett’s Charge’


Previews

Summer Preview: The Most Promising Museum Shows and Biennials Around the World


lives

Irving Sandler, Perspicacious Art Critic and Historian Whose Career Spanned Half a Century, Dies at 92


News

Malcolm Morley, Pioneer of Photorealist Painting, Dies at 86


News

On International Whores’ Day, Artists and Sex Workers Rally Against FOSTA-SESTA, Saying Sex Trafficking Law Endangers Lives, Censors Art


News

Shine a Light: At the Venice Architecture Biennale, U.S. Entries Tackle Citizenship, Visibility


News

‘New York Is a Union Town!’: MoMA Union Demonstrates Outside Gala


News

In the Garage: A Centre Pompidou Outpost Opens in Brussels


News

MoMA Union Will Stage Demonstration Over Health Care, Overtime Outside Museum’s Gala


Acquisitions News

Brooklyn Museum Adds Works by Emma Amos, Beverly Buchanan, Betty Tompkins, and Many More Women Artists to Its Collection


News

Philippe Vergne Will Step Down as Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles


Retrospective

From the Archives: Phyllis Tuchman Interviews Robert Indiana, in 1974


Artists

Waiting for an Age Like You: Oneohtrix Point Never Takes Epoch Stand


battle in the berkshires

‘We Are Disappointed but Not Surprised’: After First Round of Sales, Berkshire Museum Pulls in $42 M., Below $55 M. Goal [Updated]