Because you can't win 'em all.
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Sean Lynch to Represent Ireland at 2015 Venice Biennale
Architect Defends Controversial Chartres Cathedral Restoration
Boston ICA Gifted a Trove of Works by Female Artists
National Gallery of Australia Burdened with Provenance Worries
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Hammer Museum Announces Curators for "Made in LA" 2016
Striking sculptural forms set in lush landscapes.
The top art news stories from December 15–19.
For one thing, the actor had to spend two years learning to paint.
Water music fills the great hall.
High art about Love, Beauty, Truth, Freedom, and $800 "champagne sabers."
Blockbuster Kusama show drives up museum attendance.
The things you can do with a smartphone when your boss isn't looking!
But you'll have to move to China first.
THE DAILY PIC: The Chinese artist enlarges sculptures he made while blindfolded.
It's never too early to start thinking about Frieze.
This week's guide includes Ruth Agassi, Carsten Nicolai, and Arik Levy.
$4 million in funding has been privately raised.
Three paintings are still circulating on the black market.
It's not the first time.
Our definitive list, factoring in the November auction results.
THE DAILY PIC: The Vancouver artist films tykes acting out adult debates.
Someone finally explains why Koons is so popular, and, well, so irritating.
Go ahead, flatter yourself.
It had been buried in a landfill by Atari in 1983.
It's not just semantics. It's power.
The "retired" filmmaker’s image appears ceaselessly on the site.
Could this idyllic coastal city in southern Spain become "the next Miami"?
The market for classic female photographers has the wind in its sails.
THE DAILY PIC: In a show of tiny Dutch pictures, Leyster's talent looms large.
Armitage was once dubbed the "punk ballerina."