Plus, the Whiney Museum will be open seven days a week in July and August and ArtPrize is becoming a biannual event.Read more
The British sculptor is resigned to the fact that his circle of ash trees will not outlive him because of a deadly fungus.Read more
The gallery claims it was transparent about potential delays and tried to accommodate alternate payment plans.
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The prop Panther costume will be seen alongside the institution’s first-ever film festival in October.Read more
In a new performance debuting at the Guggenheim, Shaun Leonardo mines ancient Italian athletics to inform a body-language-only debate.Read more
Whitney curator Donna De Salvo says the show will include surprises and challenge perceptions of the artist.Read more
Plus, Namibia calls on Germany to repatriate cultural artifacts and Ai Weiwei auctions off art on eBay to benefit refugee organizations.
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The city of Prato has invited artists including Rainer Ganahl and Yoko Ono to help bridge the sociocultural divide between its Chinese and Italian populations.Read more
What historic New York women should the city create monuments for?
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A veteran of the business, Selmoni reveals what makes the historic company tick.Read more