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Editor’s Letter

Editor’s Letter

Disputes about the distribution of arts funding within New York may come across as parochial outside the city. But the centralization of cultural resources is also taking place on a national scale…

Editor’s Letter

Artists included in major biennial exhibitions, like the ones opening in Venice and at the Whitney Museum in New York this month, can find themselves subject to countervailing expectations. These…

Editor’s Letter

It's hardly possible to imagine Donald Trump and the crowds who gather at his rallies finding much to value in the contemporary art that is discussed and celebrated in these pages. Still, Trump's…

Editor’s Letter

It would seem that no object could be more at home in the center of the art world, more secure in its identity as art, than a painting. Yet stories in this issue by Kirsty Bell and Stephen Westfall…

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