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New evidence suggests a 17th-century work, on view for years at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was once owned by a Jewish art dealer who fled the Nazis.

2/11/2020 1:38:16 PM

The Trump administration may impose a classical style on new federal buildings, a proposal aimed at the heart of modernism and diversity.

2/8/2020 9:06:04 PM

Small, resourceful artist-dealers are flourishing even as big galleries dominate. But along with its scrappy appeal, the model comes with some challenges.

2/8/2020 6:54:27 AM

The first large exhibition of paintings by the young Los Angeles-based artist, who died in 2015, impresses on several fronts at David Zwirner.

2/7/2020 5:27:52 PM

The beguiling shapes in her first New York retrospective are filled with allusions to women’s bodies.

2/6/2020 10:18:13 PM

The Morgan Library & Museum is exhibiting the unleashed imagination of Jean-Jacques Lequeu, who reveled in light and pleasure.

2/7/2020 5:55:16 PM
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

The design museum did not say why Caroline Baumann stepped down. The Smithsonian provost will serve as interim director during the search for her replacement.

2/7/2020 7:30:03 PM

A mysteriously moving tapestry is a highlight of the artist’s Queens Museum retrospective.

2/7/2020 5:49:40 PM
Art Basel Hong Kong

Citing the spread of the coronavirus, the giant international art fair scheduled for March calls off its 2020 Asian edition.

2/6/2020 10:41:41 PM

Some artists say Desert X AlUla is a step toward changing Saudi society. Critics call the government-funded exhibition “morally corrupt.”

2/11/2020 3:30:39 PM