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Jerry Saltz Once Called Artforum Ads ‘the Porn of the Art World.’ A New Show Brings Together Some of the Best—See Them Here

Jan 18, 2022

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In Pictures: See the Extraordinarily Detailed Maps From ‘Lord of the Rings,’ ‘Game of Thrones,’ and Other Fictional Worlds

Jan 17, 2022

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A New Show at Selfridges Introduces an Internet-Addled Generation to the Op Art of Victor Vasarely (Don’t Worry, There Are NFTs Too)

Jan 13, 2022

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Prince Charles Has Commissioned Seven Paintings of Holocaust Survivors to Serve as a ‘Guiding Light’ for Future Generations

Jan 12, 2022

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18 Must-See Exhibitions in Europe in 2022, From a Duet Between Van Gogh and Etel Adnan to Francis Bacon’s Animal Paintings

Jan 5, 2022

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Meet Rachel Jones, an Ascendant Painter Whose Jitteringly Electric Paintings Have Captivated Viewers in London and Collectors Worldwide

Jan 3, 2022

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Georgia O’Keeffe Was an Accomplished Photographer, Too. A New Exhibition Focuses on Her Work in the Medium for the First Time

Dec 23, 2021

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‘I Got to See a Lot of Celebration’: Watch How Artist Raúl de Nieves Fuses Mexican Craft Traditions and Queer Club Culture

Dec 23, 2021

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Artist H. R. Giger Felt He Never Got the Credit He Deserved for His Role in the ‘Alien’ Franchise. A New Show Gives Him His Due

Dec 22, 2021

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See the Psychedelic Cat Art of Louis Wain, the Eccentric Artist Played by Benedict Cumberbatch in the Hit New Film

Dec 21, 2021