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Christie’s Website Is Brought Down by Hackers Days Before $840 Million Auctions

The auctioneer’s website was taken offline on Thursday evening and remained down on Friday, days before its spring auctions were…

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Who Owns a Drawing That May Be Nazi Loot? A Judge Will Decide.

A drawing Egon Schiele made of his wife is the focus of a dispute among a Lehman foundation and heirs…

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Surrealism Reigns at Tefaf Art Fair

Objects made under the influence of the art movement have inspired many contemporary and modern dealers at the 10th edition…

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They Put a 65-Foot Hot Dog in Times Square, and It’s a Blast

With “Hot Dog in the City,” the artists Jen Catron and Paul Outlaw question the lore and lure of American…

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‘Challengers’ and That Ending: Our Critics Have Thoughts

The tennis movie comes to an abrupt stop midmatch, so we don’t know who won. Does that matter?

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At SFMOMA, Disability Artwork Makes History

In 1974, Florence Ludins-Katz and Elias Katz — she an artist, he a psychologist — turned the garage of their…

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Frank Stella Went From Bauhaus to Fun House

Frank Stella, who died on Saturday at age 87, once joked that he harbored only one regret. We were sitting…

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The London Design Gallery That Is ‘Nonstop Exploring, Experimenting’

It was love at first sight, said Loïc Le Gaillard, a founder of the Carpenters Workshop Gallery (C.W.G.). The design…

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Court Says Italy Is Rightful Owner of Bronze Held by Getty Museum

The European Court of Human Rights has found that Italy’s claims to a contested Greek statue are legitimate. But the…

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They Used to Award Olympic Medals for Art?

During all of the years that the Olympics gave out medals in arts, not just athletics — and if you…

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