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Former Queens Museum Director to Lead Leslie-Lohman Museum

Former Queens Museum Director to Lead Leslie-Lohman Museum

Laura Raicovich may have proved too radical for the Queens Museum, where she was politically outspoken during her three years…
Michael McKinnell, 84, Dies; Architect of a Monumental City Hall

Michael McKinnell, 84, Dies; Architect of a Monumental City Hall

This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here.…
Troubled Turf: The Photographs of An-My Le

Troubled Turf: The Photographs of An-My Le

If you step back far enough, there is no outside to war. Or so suggests An-My Le, whose harrowingly quiet,…
Peter Beard, Photographer Who Makes His Art From Nature’s, Is Missing

Peter Beard, Photographer Who Makes His Art From Nature’s, Is Missing

Police in Long Island were searching Wednesday for the photographer Peter Beard, known for creating elaborate collages from documentary images…
Early van Gogh Painting Stolen From Dutch Museum

Early van Gogh Painting Stolen From Dutch Museum

BERLIN — A Vincent van Gogh painting was stolen early Monday from a small museum in Laren in the Netherlands,…
A Fight Over Money, Loyalty and Who Gets Credit for an Artist’s Rise

A Fight Over Money, Loyalty and Who Gets Credit for an Artist’s Rise

Six years ago, when Derek Fordjour was a little-known art student at Hunter College, before Michael Ovitz and Beyoncé began…
The Saint Who Stopped an Epidemic Is on Lockdown at the Met

The Saint Who Stopped an Epidemic Is on Lockdown at the Met

He is dapper, beaming with the confidence of youth; he does not have the temperament for sheltering in place. It’s…
Donald Judd’s Plain-Spoken Masterpiece – The New York Times

Donald Judd’s Plain-Spoken Masterpiece – The New York Times

Donald Judd’s large, untitled installation piece in unfinished plywood at Gagosian Gallery is a plain-spoken giant that, surprisingly, has quite…
Stellenbosch Triennale, a Bold Experiment

Stellenbosch Triennale, a Bold Experiment

STELLENBOSCH, South Africa — For tourists, this prim colonial town is the gateway to a spectacular mountain region dotted with…
After the Fire, a Chinatown Museum Sifts Through What Survived

After the Fire, a Chinatown Museum Sifts Through What Survived

When a fire ripped through the upper floors of the red brick building that held the archives of the Museum…
What Happens When We Lose the Art That Brings Us Together?

What Happens When We Lose the Art That Brings Us Together?

What do we do now? It’s a big question — as a matter of policy, national purpose and social cohesion…
10 Binge-Worthy Art Podcasts in the Age of Coronavirus

10 Binge-Worthy Art Podcasts in the Age of Coronavirus

Many museums and galleries have closed in attempts to slow the spread of the coronavirus, but the conversation about art…
This Artist Got His Start as an I.C.U. Nurse

This Artist Got His Start as an I.C.U. Nurse

The artist Nate Lewis left his job as a nurse three years ago, but life on the neurocritical intensive care…
For Faye Toogood, the Rough Draft Is Also the Final Product

For Faye Toogood, the Rough Draft Is Also the Final Product

The British designer Faye Toogood is best known for her elegant explorations of the simplest of forms: Her Roly-Poly chair…
Vittorio Gregotti, Modernist Architect, Dies in Pandemic at 92

Vittorio Gregotti, Modernist Architect, Dies in Pandemic at 92

Vittorio Gregotti, an Italian modernist architect, theorist and city planner whose monumental projects included opera houses, arenas — like Barcelona’s…
Undaunted, Asia Week Forges Ahead

Undaunted, Asia Week Forges Ahead

It’s not as dramatic as the stock market drop, but the coronavirus has also knocked out this week’s big sales…
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