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Rijksmuseum Exhibits Photography for the First Time
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Zeng Fanzhi and Delacroix Face Off at the Louvre
Theme and Title of the Next Venice Biennale Announced
German Green Party Campaigns to Save Oz's Graffiti
Archaeological Dig Uncovers Ten Commandments Movie Set
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The latest dispatch from the Franco files.
Racial diversity among working artists doesn't exist.
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The street artist appropriates iconic imagery, a lot.
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The French fair looks better than ever—busier too.
High-tech 3D imagery reveals a crippled, ugly pharaoh.
Ben Stiller and Shepard Fairey among those who did show up.
As Eisenhower Memorial gets approval, Gehry look to LA.
A recent study pinpoints internet piracy as the biggest threat.
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Artist Florentijn Hofman says his ever-popular sculpture is simply a “catalyst”.
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Paris has become one big sculpture park.
The global art market is having repercussions in the charity world.
We celebrate women making a difference.
Changes on the home front and abroad.
A darling of the Chinese Art market gains ground in the West.
His show of Instagram printouts at Gagosian isn't just bad, it's sexist.
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