Tag: Art

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Critic’s Notebook: The Void at the Heart of ‘Gurlitt: Status Report’

Hildebrand even lent the Kirchner to a show in Lucerne, Switzerland, in 1953. There’s a photograph in the...

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Creator of Brazil’s Outdoor Museum Inhotim Sentenced to Prison

Photo Bernardo Paz, the creator of Inhotim Institute, a contemporary art center and botanical garden in the state...

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A Struggling Historic Library Says It Needs to Sell Its Art

“We can no longer function as an art gallery,” he said, “and we could no longer provide proper...

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The N.H.L. Needed 100 Portraits. So Tony Harris Got to Work.

A panel of 58 hockey insiders voted on the top 100 list, which was revealed in January. A...

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Your Week in Culture: ‘Nutcracker,’ James Levine and Christmas Scripted by Charles Dickens

Pair it this Thanksgiving weekend with the Steven Soderbergh-produced Western series, “Godless,” streaming Wednesday on Netflix, in which...

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After Leonardo’s Sky-High Sale, the Art World Asks, Is There Still a Ceiling?

In interviews on Thursday, collectors, dealers and auction experts seemed to agree that the sale of the Leonardo...

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After ‘Vandalism Got Vandalized,’ a Banksy Is Brought Back to Life

Photo Banksy’s “Looters,” mid-conservation, in New Orleans. Credit Simone Rathlé In a vast and pitch-black warehouse in the...

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Art Review: The Comedic Beauty of Laura Owens’s Work

In a 1998 collaboration with the artist-designer Jorge Pardo, Ms. Owens acknowledges the role of painting as décor....

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With Big Gift and Tighter Oversight, the Met Gains Solid Ground

The Irving bequest, the largest financial gift to the Met in recent history, will establish an unrestricted art...

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Critic’s Notebook: That $450 Million Leonardo? It’s No Mona Lisa.

Photo Crowds at Christie’s catching a glimpse of “Salvator Mundi.” Credit Benjamin Norman for The New York Times...