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Museum of Modern Art in New York

In the Studio: Betye Saar

Betye Saar, who turns 93 in July, remains both an evolving and an emerging artist. Though her prints, assemblages, and installations have been exhibited steadily since the '60s, attention to her work…

Free Form

The retrospective exhibition of the weaver Anni Albers that began at the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen in Düsseldorf, and then traveled to Tate Modern in London, has been greeted from all sides…

Color in Landscape

As Sam Gilliam's work has gained ever greater recognition, his story has often been characterized as a comeback (though he never left) or a rediscovery (though he wasn't lost).

Charles White

Counterfactuals are back in fashion. The election of Donald Trump catapulted sales of Philip Roth's novel The Plot Against America (2004), which describes what might have occurred if Charles…

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…

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