Artist Sterling Ruby Is Launching His Own Fashion Collection to Explore the ‘Behavioral Power of Clothing’

The artist has previously collaborated with Calvin Klein designer Raf Simons.

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Photographer Alec Soth Made His Name Photographing Middle America. But ‘Middle America’ Isn’t What It Used to Be

We spoke with the Minneapolis-based artist, who has four concurrent shows around the world and a new monograph to accompany them.

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Want to Up Your Social Media Game? Here Are Some Tips From 5 Art-World Influencers to Perfect Your Online Presence

These four phenoms are curating more than just museum exhibitions—and their social media stars are on the rise.

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‘He Saw the Spaces Between the Margins’: Adrian Piper, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Others Remember the Legendary Curator Okwui Enwezor

Artists whose careers he shaped and curators whose lives he changed discuss Enwezor’s legacy.

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David Lynch on His Failed Quest to Find Oskar Kokoscha in a Castle and Why ‘Painting Will Never Die’

We spoke with the famed filmmaker about his background as an artist and why he believes that films about painters are “really pretty boring.”

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Okwui Enwezor, Nigerian Art Historian and Venice Biennale Curator Who Was a Force for Non-Western Art, Has Died at 55

The revered Nigerian-born thinker has died after a long battle with cancer.

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‘She Was Like a Force of Nature’: Yvonne Rainer, Marilyn Minter, and Others Pay Tribute to the Late Pioneering Artist Carolee Schneemann

Artists, colleagues, and friends remember Carolee Schneemann as a determined visionary, a generous spirit, and a dedicated cat lover.

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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Art Critic (and Failed Artist) Jerry Saltz Is Writing a Book on How to Be an Artist

The critic is expanding an essay he first published in November 2018 for New York magazine.

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