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How a Novelist Became a Pop Star

“I hope you fall in love, I hope it breaks your heart” is the refrain (in English translation) of “Pasoori,”…

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A Who’s Who of L.A.’s Art World Bids Farewell to a Champion

Artists, collectors and Hollywood stars toasted the Hammer Museum’s outgoing director, Ann Philbin, who remade the institution during 25 years…

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Turner Prize Shortlist Leans In to Artists’ Identities

This year’s four nominees are Claudette Johnson, Jasleen Kaur, Pio Abad and Delaine Le Bas, whose works draw on personal…

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A Millennial Weaver Carries a Centuries-Old Craft Forward

Spiders are weavers. The Navajo artist and weaver Melissa Cody knows this palpably. As she sits cross-legged on sheepskins at…

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Indigenous Artists Are the Heart of the Venice Biennale

Here are highlights of the range of work produced by Native artists in the pavilions and a central exhibition that…

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In the Nigeria Pavilion, Criticism Meets Optimism

The group show “Nigeria Imaginary” will be one of the most ambitious African presentations ever at the Venice Biennale.

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A New Way of Looking at the Nude

The artists redefining portraits of the human body for a more inclusive age.

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Serra’s ‘Splash’: A Public Artist’s Private Breakthrough

Serra spattered a pot of molten lead against the base of a wall in Jasper Johns’s home. Then he let…

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Serra’s ‘Splash’: A Public Artist’s Private Breakthough

Serra spattered a pot of molten lead against the base of a wall in Jasper Johns’s home. Then he let…

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When Richard Serra’s Steel Curves Became a Memorial

The sculptor had a breakthrough in the late 1990s with his torqued metal rings. Then the attack on the World…

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