Kenjiro Sano's contested logo for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games compared to a design by Belgian designer Olivier Debie. Photo: courtesy Tokyo 2020 and Theatre de Liege.
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The Tokyo governor says he feels "betrayed" by the designer.

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Carroll Dunham in his studio.Photo Joe Fig, courtesy Princeton Architectural Press.
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From what Roxy Paine eats for breakfast to what a psychic told Laurie Simmons.

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Did Karl Waldmann really exist?

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Head to MoMA, the New Museum and Storm King.

Rendering of an apartment in Jean Nouvel's Museum Tower, at 53 West 53rd Street.
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Taliban fighters. Photo: Al Jazeerra.
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They were part of her first US editorial debut in Harper's Bazaar.

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Leaders call for coexistence of religion and culture.

Noah Davis speaking at the Underground Museum Photo: via the L.A Times
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He achieved a huge amount during his life.

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THE DAILY PIC: An artist known as a person of color is now seen fading to black.

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His solo show features 22 mesmerizing works.

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These artists didn't give up on the city.

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The French painter was born on August 29, 1780.

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It may be Europe's most relaxed art fair.

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VIDEO: Harvey riffs on Albert C. Barnes's love of wrought iron objects.

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Provenance matters—especially here.

Martin Wong, Brainwashing Cult Cons Top TV Stars, 1981, acrylic on canvas. Photo courtesy the Bronx Museum of the Arts.
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Our top picks for shows in and around New York.

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