Arts & Design

The Shakers Are Movers, Too

CHATHAM, N.Y. — In an earlier life, the moribund red brick Victorian at the foot of Main Street in this…

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Preserving an Art Fair’s Eclectic Approach, Online

Last year, Mie Mortensen bought a drawing by Louise Bourgeois, “The Couple” (2009), after seeing it in the art fair…

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The Enslaved Artist Whose Pottery Was an Act of Resistance

The speckled brown storage jar looks humble, even homely, from a distance — something you might find on a back…

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A Small Brazilian Photo Club That Reached for the Skyline

Europe was exhausted after World War II, and Brazil was ready to pick up the slack. Dozens of artists had…

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He Likes ‘Staying Under the Radar,’ but His Art Is Getting Noticed

LOS ANGELES — Brandon D. Landers is not represented by a gallery. He doesn’t have a website. He makes his…

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A Towering Figure in South Korean Art Plans His Legacy

SEOUL — In 1951, as the Korean War dragged on, a young artist named Park Jae-Hong headed toward Seoul. The…

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3 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now

‘Super-Rough’ Through June 27. Outsider Art Fair, 150 Wooster Street, Manhattan, (212) 327-3338, outsiderartfair.com. As befits the ongoing pandemic recovery,…

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A Rare Spotlight on Black Women’s Art Still Shines After 51 Years

It was the pop-up of its day — though in influence it was more of a supernova than a pop.…

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Welcome to Barn-Quilt Country

Jim Leuenberger grew up on a dairy farm in northeast Iowa, worked in dairy for his whole career and then…

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Restituer les chefs-d’oeuvre pillés? L’exemple du butin de Napoléon

The New York Times traduit en français une sélection de ses meilleurs articles. Retrouvez-les ici. PARIS – Le butin de…

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