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France Will Return Nazi-era Art

Families will garner stolen or forced-to-sell paintings.

Depression-era Art and State Funding Cuts

A Smithsonian exhibit crosses struggling America to miserly Wisconsin.

Art Review: Naked Lurch-Nude-image Fight in New Delhi

Journey with us through some recent global cultural happenings.

The Queen’s Old Clothes…and Frame…Expose Her

Portrait finally identified, Catherine of Aragon rejoins Henry VIII.

London’s Tate Tanks to Feature Feminist Performance

Live, unscripted staging highlights activist movements.

Vienna Exhibit Honors Emperor Maximilian I and Dürer

Rare works gathered from Albertina Museum, Berlin and New York.

Sweet Jesus, the Arts Are Good for the Economy

A billion here, a billion there, and pretty soon we're talking about real money.

America’s Top Arts Donor? Try David H. Koch

The Democratically maligned magnate's hyper-generous to MOMA, Smithsonian.

A Bone to Pick with Leonardo’s Smiling Lady

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

Really? That Dress? In Front of That Wallpaper?

Vuillard exhibition at the Jewish Museum focuses on his patrons and muses.

Walk Like an Ancient Egyptian (to the Met)

"The Dawn of Egyptian Art" runs through Aug. 5.

Wayne Clough Resigns! (Wait, No, That’s Somebody’s Dream)

Lee Rosenbaum, queen of appeasement.

Dear Important Arts Blogger Lee Rosenbaum…

A post that parrtly rreads like an apology forr frree speech.

Arts Advocacy Update 157: Sundance Sunset?

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts. This week: Palm Coast palmistry.

Arts Advocacy Update 155: Nuts for the Nutmeg State!

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts. This week: Texas turpitude.

Met Museum Attendance Leaps in FY 09-10

The first year since 2001 that Met attendance has topped five million.

Arts Advocacy Update CXXXII: Museums Unamused

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts. This week: Jersey's curtain, Sarasota's uncertain.

In a Perfect World, Anyone Can Whistle — at a Theater...

Why must a theater museum only be about manuscripts and documents and posters and playbills and preserving the past?

MetLife Boosts Innovative Museum Program to a $1M Tune

Broadening arts programming and promoting museums as centers of education.

Japan Society Unveils Performing Arts Events for 2009-10

Tokio-Berlin: Performing arts events in which boundaries are constantly bent and traversed.

‘Working Woman’: Humans First, Gender Second

Can women and men work together? Yes, says Israeli filmmaker Michal Aviad -- when the roots of sexual harassment are finally rooted out.
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