How artisans in the 5th century BC got their hands on it remains a mysteryRead more
The game, which will be released next year, tasks players with building and curating their own institutions.
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Which tony gallery is trying out younger artists? Which dealer sold almost $90 million in art last week? Read on for answers.Read more
Curators, gallerists, and other insiders share their plans for recharging over the holiday break.Read more
Yto Barrada will screen films and cook, and Torkwase Dyson will collaborate with the likes of Arthur Jafa.Read more
Choumali is the first African winner of the prestigious prize.Read more
Glenn Lowry tops the annual survey, but anti-establishment movers and shakers are the real winners.Read more
“The Met would not be what it is today without Jayne and Charles Wrightsman,” said the museum’s director, Max Hollein.Read more
The request came from German financial company FAP, which is suing Philbrick in the US.Read more
The crypt of St. Mark’s Basilica was flooded for the second time in history, as waters overflowed defenses and came in through windows.
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