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Newton Harrison, a Founder of the Eco-Art Movement, Dies at 89

Newton Harrison, who with his wife, Helen Mayer Harrison, was a founder of the eco-art movement, creating work that married…

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These Artists Bring Pickles to the Party

BERLIN — Visitors who wandered into the Slavs and Tatars installation in the Arsenale at the 2019 Venice Biennale found…

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A Renaissance for the Italian Rainbow Cookie

An Artist’s Debut Furniture Collection Comes With Sculpted Hands and Eyeballs A desk from the Brooklyn-based artist Darcy Miro’s debut…

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His Sculptures Look Like Stone. They Feel More Like Pillows.

From an early age, Sergio Roger knew that textiles would be his medium. Growing up in Barcelona, where he’s now…

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Charlie Finch, Caustic Chronicler of New York’s Art Scene, Dies at 69

Charlie Finch, who shook up the New York art world for years with gossipy, often caustic writing about the city’s…

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Business

An A.I.-Generated Picture Won an Art Prize. Artists Aren’t Happy.

This year, the Colorado State Fair’s annual art competition gave out prizes in all the usual categories: painting, quilting, sculpture.…

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Ruby C. Williams, Folk Artist With a Produce Stand, Dies at 94

At a produce stand in a rural part of Florida east of Tampa, Ruby C. Williams would sell you some…

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In Seattle, It’s Almost Normal

On Feb. 9, 2020, the Seattle Asian Art Museum reopened after a three-year, $56 million dollar renovation and expansion that…

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Frieze Debuts in Seoul, With Big-Name Galleries and a Hometown Spectacle

High-end art fairs have been giving themselves global brand extensions for years, and the latest one, Frieze Seoul, is among…

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San Francisco’s Art Market Struggles in the Shadow of Los Angeles

SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco art world has long been a vibrant center of experimentation and tradition, thriving in…

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