Plus, a lawsuit against the Obama Presidential Center will proceed and Miami’s convention center unveils a star-studded suite of public artworks.Read more
These yarn companies are bringing the palettes of art-historical heavyweights to knitting enthusiasts around the world.Read more
Plus, mega-collector Tony Salamé buys seven apartments in Hudson Yards and a petition takes aim at the Morgan’s all-male 2019 program.
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The exhibition features unexpectedly moving images of dolls as part of the fabric of domestic life.
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Plus, Nan Goldin threatens to boycott the National Portrait Gallery and the Louvre wants to show Salvator Mundi despite an expert’s doubts.Read more
The dealer picked up the bed at an English auction in 2010 for £2,200.Read more
The Rijksmuseum’s show “All the Rembrandts” will mean even more demand to pay a final visit to the institution.
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It’s like we’ve never seen a famous person before.
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Namibia’s president will personally receive a bible and whip that German colonizers looted in 1893.
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