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A photographer who is, and isn’t, in every frame she takes.
WE SET OUT TO FIND IMAGES THAT CHANGED THE WORLD. ALONG THE WAY, WE UNEARTHED INCREDIBLE STORIES OF HOW THEY WERE MADE
An exhibition at the New Museum shows just how narrow our idea of art has become.
No longer considered Grandma’s leftovers, vintage and antique baubles are in high demand.
The painstaking process of bringing a children’s classic to life.
ARCHITECT STEVEN HOLL SAVED A PLOT OF LAND FROM DEVELOPMENT AND BUILT HIMSELF A GUESTHOUSE THAT SLEEPS FIVE—BUT HAS NO BEDROOMS.
Richard Lacayo KERRY JAMES MARSHALL In works invested with a kind of madcap virtuosity, Marshall, 60, brings African-American lives vividly into the discourses of art history. One of the many things that make his paintings so smart is that Marshall
Tara John Janne Saario says his life rarely veers from skateboarding. The breezy 33-year-old Finn has turned skating into a calling. He’s become one of the few landscape architects in the world with a practice focused on creating tasteful and well-d
MY FATHER, WHO SERVED in the Army in World War II and Korea, once told me that if you don’t have a few pictures of the places you’ve been, no one will ever know that you were really there. They are life’s ballast. They help us to remember the stories
RASHID JOHNSON SEPT. 8, HAUSER & WIRTH Johnson brings a beautiful brutality to materials; a hatchet man’s sense of cutting to the core of what he’s after. Paintings, performance, drawing, and sculpture will be featured in this gigantic show. If Joh
IN THE LATE 1940S AND early ’50s, when Abstract Expressionism first erupted, life wasn’t easy for those who adopted it as their practice. Red-baiting Congress members denounced it as a communist plot. Wary museums refused to show it. And just about n
And a cupola turned chicken coop on the roof. At Randy Polumbo’s Gowanus studio, the space is an extension of his art.
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