The latest column tackles lesser-known British masters, experimental pastries, and quite a bit more. Read MoreRead more
Only two of 49 UNESCO-recognized cultural sites around the Mediterranean Sea are safe from climate change, according to a new report.
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Riyadh funding for a new Arab art initiative is under the microscope.Read more
Plus, a star Met curator returns to the UK and dissident Russian artist Pyotr Pavlensky faces a decade in prison.
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This month’s guide, organized by Paris-based art advisor Laurence Dreyfus, features Tatiana Trouvé, Tomás Saraceno, Ana Mendieta, and more.
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The director of the Watts Towers Arts Center, Rosie Lee Hooks, was suspended—and then reinstated. The saga reveals a lot about tensions in LA.Read more
The dealer argues that Steve Tananbaum’s claims are baseless because the artist “often takes years” to complete his sculptures.Read more
The institution said it is the largest sum it has ever received from a Native tribe or community. Read More
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President Macron has replaced Françoise Nyssen with Franck Reister.Read more