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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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Plus, the Morgan Library launches a $12.5 million renovation and an all-women art collective stage a protest outside the National Gallery of Art.
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After a $110 million capital campaign, the museum opens its doors and hopes to draw in a new audience.Read more
Plus, architect Richard Meier’s business is going strong despite #MeToo allegations and the NEA releases $27 million in grants.Read more
The center has reopened after the architecture firm co-founded by Rem Koolhaas revamped its facade and galleries.
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Why did the artist buy the miniature chocolate truffle cake for $1,880?
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The stamps commemorate the 500th anniversary of the artist’s death.
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