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‘Black Radical Women’ Revolutionize Art at Brooklyn Museum

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40 artists reveal the complexity, urgency and power of Black Radical Women.

Three British Princesses Champion the Enlightenment

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An exhibition shows these British princesses embraced progress, art and science.

Protest Art from Raised Fists to Pussyhats

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Though art-making is not necessarily radical, it can be used to achieve radical ends.

Calvin Levels and Lonny Price on the Legacies of Great Painters

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Listen to Levels and Price discuss a new play about Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

The Art and Commerce of Miriam Ellner’s Verre Eglomisé

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An interview with a 60+ artist who's updating an ancient medium.

George W. Bush Has Ruined Art

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A book of W's paintings is coming; don't artwash his miserable legacy.

Alma Thomas’ Radiant Abstraction at the Studio Museum

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Gloriously beautiful paintings by a pioneering African-American woman artist.

Vigée Le Brun at The Met Transcends Her Reputation

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The show reveals so much more than the famous portraits of Marie Antoinette.

Frank Stella and the Risks of Evolving Signature Style

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When an artist’s work changes for the worse.

Art Trend Alert: Power Poses for the Disempowered

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Kehinde Wiley, Ricardo Hernandez and Gabriel García Román have unique takes on a great idea.

Michael Alig: Painter of Modern Nightlife?

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"Like a Pee Wee Herman grin or sweet-looking Kewpie doll that might bite you if touched."

Remembering a Penthouse Painter

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"Creativity is its own teacher."

Punk to Painting: The Life and Art of Pamela Roberts

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"Pam lived in a world that was edgy, even hard..."

Polish Posters Play with Protest

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Theater posters full of sexuality, humor and dramatic intensity.

Master Ashes?

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Romanian authorities examine residue feared to be stolen Picasso, Monet, Matisse works.

How Much is Bea Arthur in the Window?

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Stories about flashy, big-money art sales are the Nancy Grace of arts reporting.

Rembrandt’s Golden Age Glistens in Nashville

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Life during the 17th-century glory days of the Dutch Republic.

Put the Paint Down and Step Away from the Landmark

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A mural for the back of Philadelphia's PSFS Building is a disastrous idea.

Olympic Gold Once Honored the Arts

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For decades, medals were awarded for architecture, literature, music, painting, and sculpture.
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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?