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Seamless Digital Collages Capture Europe’s Church Façades
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An Arts Festival Highlights California’s Role in Gay Liberation
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Maybe the internet can explain what, exactly, Trump was doing with that glowing orb.
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On Friday, more than a dozen people announced their departure from the Brooklyn Rail.
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Spite Houses are a strange breed of architecture built for revenge.
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These horses seem fragile, but will likely outlast us all.
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New York’s First Institution Devoted to Contemporary Arab and Islamic Art Seeks a Sense of Place
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An expansive range of artwork by students at will be on view at RISD's Graduate Thesis Exhibition. [sponsor]
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From Daily Life to Scientific Explorations, Photos of Latin America Between 1860 and Today
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At , a series of live simulations journey through the history of a fictional volcanic island.
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hyperallergic 17h
Set a goal and never, ever quit.
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Botticelli’s Venuses and Our Enduring Need for Beauty
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hyperallergic May 21
A Steve McQueen Video Ponders the Vulnerability of a Young Man’s Life
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hyperallergic May 21
These museum 404 error pages are delightful internet dead ends.
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hyperallergic May 21
Inquiry Meets Imagination in Jen Durbin’s “Jackie Series”
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hyperallergic May 21
Sylvia Plimack incorporates artifice into her work so seamlessly that we're apt not to notice it.
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hyperallergic May 21
The world’s largest watercolor painting, the bedcover Rauschenberg stole, and more in Required Reading:
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hyperallergic May 21
Donald Breckenridge's novel "And Then" is a disorienting interweave of narratives.
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hyperallergic May 21
Don Voisine uses a restrained vocabulary of geometric forms, but never repeats himself.
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hyperallergic May 21
These compilations were never intended for critical scrutiny.
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