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Joanne Greenbaum’s Amazing Parties

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Joanne Greenbaum began making tiny sculptures out of Sculpey in 2003.

Chance the Rapper’s Musical Playground

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Not since fellow Chicago icon Kanye West’s The College Dropout in 2004 has a rapper invented a totally new aesthetic so happy, so inspirational, so kind and funny and friendly and committed to making everybody feel welcome.

Following Sophie Calle

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In April 1981, a detective followed the French artist Sophie Calle through the streets of Paris for one day.

Agnes Martin, Irreproducible

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When a cloud passes overhead, the paintings all but disappear.

At Art Basel, Restating the Obvious

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BASEL — The opening of Art Basel earlier this week wasn’t anything you wouldn’t expect at the Swiss fair: The world’s wealthiest were queuing at the entrance, half-forcing their way in by pushing and jumping, in the same way that people run into Walmart on Boxing Day.

Even If You’re Bad at It, Making Art Can Reduce Stress

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For wannabe Michelangelos, Sunday painters, and art class dunces alike, making art can help reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol, a new study suggests.

Swedish City Evicts Art College, Leaving Its Future in the Balance

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Today the Malmö Art Academy (MAA) in Malmö, Sweden, held an open house at the Mellersta Förstadsskolan, the 1898 building that has been its home for the past 21 years.

Jewish Leaders and Activists Pledge Support of B&H Photo Workers Fighting to Unionize

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Two hundred-and-twenty-five Jewish leaders from congregations, universities, and cultural institutions across the nation are calling for B&H Photo Video to end management practices that allegedly violate some of their workers' right...

A Serpentine Example of Aztec Body Modification Slithers into The Met

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The Aztec rulers often expressed their power with body modification, such as labrets pierced through the lower lip.

Conjuring Up van Gogh’s “Starry Night” In a Bowl of Water

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Recreating Vincent van Gogh paintings in unexpected mediums has become something of a trend in recent years.

Dalí’s Doppelgängers and Ghosts

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Salvador Dalí was named after his brother, who died in infancy, before Dalí was born.

Art Movements

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This week in art news: Johnny Depp consigned nine Basquiat paintings to Christie's, Tate Modern unveiled its new wing, and artist Ronnie van Hout installed a 16-foot-tall sculpture of his hand atop the Christchurch Art Gallery.

Google Earth Helps Archaeologists Discover Massive Monument in Petra

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A massive monument has been discovered buried under sands at the Petra World Heritage site in southern Jordan.

Discover Herb Ritts’s Intimate Portraits of Bowie, Prince, and Other Music Icons at Chrysler Museum of Art

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Visitors will get a peek behind the photographer’s process, viewing his contact sheets marked with red pencil edits. His forays into music video direction – including videos for Madonna, Janet Jackson and Chris Isaak – are also explored in the show.

A Brooklyn Neighborhood Challenges the Memory Hole of Gentrification

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On Tuesday, June 14, the American Planning Association (APA) New York Metro Chapter’s Urban Design Committee and its Arts & Culture Subcommittee hosted an event on the Southside of Williamsburg that brought together a powerful coalition of community organizers, urban planners, project managers, artists, and producers representing an array of institutions.

Remembering the Fearless Wit of Oscar Wilde in the Aftermath of Orlando

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On Monday night, many New Yorkers gathered in front of the Stonewall Inn to lay flowers, connect in solidarity, and hear politicians and community activists reflect on the mass shooting in Orlando. Meanwhile down the street, others met in the Rare Book Room at the Strand bookstore to remember Oscar Wilde.

In Tate Modern’s New Wing, a Broader, More Global View of Art

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LONDON — The day began in the Turbine Hall, the 85-foot-tall atrium at the heart of Tate Modern, the most visited museum of modern and contemporary art in the world.

Corcoran Art School Lays Off Over Half Its Faculty, Sowing Discontent and Distrust

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The Corcoran School of the Arts & Design’s class of 2016 had its graduation ceremony on May 14. The following week, more than half of the art school’s full-time faculty were told their contracts would not be renewed.

In Defense of the World’s Ugliest Color, “Opaque Couché”

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And the title of "World's Ugliest Color" goes to: Pantone 448C!

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