The shopping mall magnate owned works by Warhol, Kline, and O'Keeffe.
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Seller of Controversial Japanese Internment Camp Artifacts Steps Forward To Defend Himself
What Does A. Alfred Taubman's Death Mean for the Future of the Detroit Institute of Arts?
Jason Rulnick offers his collecting tips to live by.
Some works have not been on view since the artist's MoMA show in 1943.
The Double Eagle is considered in the most beautiful US coin ever minted.
Whitney Week has officially begun.
Danh Vo enlisted his father to create limited-edition tequila bottles.
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In 1967, Lange received a scholarship from the University of Minnesota to study art…
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Duncan referred to one of her games as "Twin Peaks for kids."
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The newly discovered section is right where documents said it would be.
Our editors choose their top pick.
Our editors choose the one art event in Munich not to miss this week.
Taubman was embroiled in a price-fixing scheme between Sotheby's and Christie's.
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Ali's current solo show at Paul Kasmin has been in development since 2011.
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Did you know that Duke Ellington played a concert in the Breuer Building?
One sculptural element is a giant "ecstasy pill" with a Versace logo.
Bettman sets the scene on one of the city's biggest public stages.
The weekend ahead will bring buyers from the Benelux countries and France.
May the fourth be with you.