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Is That Steph Curry … or a Work of Art?

In the flat red frame of a photograph, a woman smiles upward. With the camera, we gaze down upon the…

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World

Loving Art to the Moon and Back

More is always more for Jeff Koons. Now 67, he has been a famous artist for nearly 40 years, and…

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Magazine

Cannupa Hanska Luger Is Turning the Tables on the Art World

Listen to This Article Audio Recording by AudmTo hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download…

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Magazine

An Enchanting Resort in Australia’s Southern Highlands

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. Each week, we share things we’re eating,…

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Sports

The Art World Loves Basketballs. And Hoops and Jerseys and Backboards.

The basketballs are deflated, doused in spray paint or covered in 24-karat gold leaf. They’re sculpted from porcelain, plopped in…

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World

The Bumpy Road to a Group-Led Documenta

KASSEL, Germany — Every five years, the international art world descends on this orderly, prosperous city for Documenta, considered the…

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World

A Radical Collective Takes Over One of the World’s Biggest Art Shows

For four out of every five years, Kassel is a relatively Humdrum town. Its population of 217,796 inhabits a central…

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World

In Struggling Murano, a Design Intervention

This article is part of our Design special report previewing 2022 Milan Design Week. Can high design reverse Murano’s decline?…

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Business

Is It Finally Twilight for the Theater’s Sacred Monsters?

Despotic. Agonizing. Crippling. Sadistic. Those are just some of the adjectives victims use to describe their tormentors in Isaac Butler’s…

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World

For 2 Graffiti Artists, New York’s Subway Was Irresistible and Deadly

New York City was the playground they had imagined. And so they bounded about with a dizzy energy, two French…

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