The testimony was a fascinating glimpse into the gallery's finances.
In color, Moriyama is harsher—even cruel.
There are tears, accusations, and a very fake Rothko painting.
There are even "aristochien" portraits.
The win could be a career-defining moment.
The proof is in the pad.
A report says there are 165,000 millionaires in Africa with money to spend.
Looks like this spring's groundbreaking may no longer happen.
It will save the federal government $500,000 a year.
It's the latest gallery to set up shop east of Chelsea.
Artists exploring cultural tensions dominate the shortlist.
Without Dada art as we know it wouldn't exist.
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The world's unluckiest mouse or just a prank?
A former employee plundered a New York gallery during 12 years.
James Martin said there were many anomalies in the paintings he examined.
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Who will win this tug-of-war?
"If you want to do something, to stay alive, you have to think of something radical."
The bridge will be lit through 2026.
If it passes, Utah will be the first state to choose an official work of art.
This is its first time being seen in "nearly 2,000 years."
The arrest happens to come amid the epic Knoedler art fraud case.
It's going to be one wild ride.
Houthi rebels and resistance fighters have blamed each other.
Does the V&A have the means to maintain the collection?