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Seeing Double? So Do Great Artists.

At the very start of “The Double: Identity and Difference in Art Since 1900,” a brilliant new show at the…

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Travel

In the Mile High City, Festivals and Food Are on the Rise

On a recent Tuesday evening, diners surrounded marble-topped bistro tables at Chez Maggy in the new Thompson hotel, open since…

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How the War Changed a Kyiv Museum’s View of Its Past

KYIV, Ukraine — Most of the galleries are now empty at the Mystetskyi Arsenal, one of Europe’s largest art museums.…

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U.S. Returns 30 Looted Antiquities to Cambodia

American and Cambodian officials urged museums and private collectors on Monday to investigate the origins of their Khmer art to…

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Rescuing Art in Ukraine with Foam, Crates and Cries for Help

LVIV, Ukraine — A month after the Russian army invaded Ukraine, the photographer Roman Metelskiy stood on the platform of…

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World

Jennifer Bartlett, Conceptual Painter on a Vast Scale, Dies at 81

Jennifer Bartlett, a New York artist whose Conceptual paintings executed on one-foot-square white enameled steel plates (inspired by the city’s…

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The Classical Music Event of the Summer Is in Salzburg’s Shadow

SALZBURG, Austria — Shostakovich’s “Babi Yar” Symphony, a celebration and condemnation of Russian life and cultural memory, was met at…

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World

Perry Rubenstein, Gallerist Convicted of Embezzlement, Dies at 68

Perry Rubenstein, a gallerist who rose rapidly in the New York art world of the 1980s, then fell into disgrace…

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World

Ronni Solbert, Children’s Book Illustrator, Dies at 96

In 1961, Ronni Solbert was living with her partner, Jean Merrill, on the north side of Tompkins Square Park, in…

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Claes Oldenburg Captured a Carefree (and Consumerist) America

Of all the major American Pop artists, Claes Oldenburg was the only one who was born in Europe. He was…

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