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“Love sought is good…”

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A review of art sites sharin' Happy Valentine's wishes!

Hitler’s Specter Still Haunts German Art Reclamation Struggles

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Nazi legacy hovers before courts, public conscience.

Hey, Mona, Where Are You, Really?

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Experts believe they've spotted Leonardo painting's background location.

35 Years of Women Playwrights’ Voices Center Stage

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The Susan Smith Blackburn Prize is seeing a major celebration.

Puppets to Take Over the World, Starting in Washington, DC

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A Million Puppet March on Washington. A call to action for the rest of us.

Has Nobel Prize Made Peace with China?

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Is literature award to Mo Yan both an honor and olive branch?

A Bone to Pick with Leonardo’s Smiling Lady

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Archeologists feel they've found Mona Lisa model's remains.

Hello Dali (and Goodbye): Dialogue on the Dumbest Heist Ever

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"What did they do, borrow it for a dinner party?"

Kaput: The Part of Artnet that Non-Millionaires Care About

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The clever, gossipy art magazine is a victim of corporate raiding.

Will Obama Create an “Artists Corps”?

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In the current environment, thinking about the politics of an Artists Corps.

Is It Art Because You Say So? Or Because Everyone Says...

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We're in an Orwellian trap: Freedom is Power. Control is Freedom. Everyone is Art.

What Does Being “Artist-in-Residence” for a TV Network Really Mean?

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As NBC's "artist-in-residence," Jon Bon Jovi will appear exclusively on the network in many ways. When he guests on "Saturday Night Live," then, does that constitute product placement?

B’way Producer, Real Estate Mogul Hirschfeld Launches URL. Artists Still Homeless.

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Do real estate moguls in New York City have a moral responsibility for helping to build and maintain the physical infrastructure for artists?

Creative Capital, NYFA Present “Internet for Artists Workshop”

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How to "build audience, expand community, amplify marketing and extend administrative resources."

Are Artists, Arts Advocates and Arts Groups Ready for the GOP...

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Don't focus on Patrick Courrielche so much as the 10 U.S. senators readying their assault on the National Endowment for the Arts. And get ready to mobilize.
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

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And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?