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Bursts of Humor and Intricate Visuals in a Collection of Alan Moore's Lesser-Known Comics
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Getting a Whiff of Perfume’s Illusions
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An Artist Invites Viewers to Become Like the Animals to Understand the Animals
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A Timely but Limited Look at Feminist Art from the 1970s
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An African-American Lady Liberty Will Grace A New Commemorate Coin
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Simon Rae 21h
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Museum of Modern Art Jan 15
"...it’s obvious that he was an artistic driving force of the 20th century." visits :
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Ellie Bartels Jan 15
This will be a fascinating counter point to the anger translated sketchs in the year to come: (h/t )
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THEODORE:ART Jan 15
If you just want pretty pictures and no opinions, look elsewhere. This gallery and this gallerist exist in the real world.
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THEODORE:ART Jan 15
Yes, this is a twitter account for an art gallery. Galleries are run by people. American citizens who use health insurance and pay taxes.
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pamela maryam Jan 15
I am grateful for this art
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Edward M. Gómez Jan 14
Just published: My exclusive preview of the 2017 , New York, now in
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hyperallergic Jan 15
The straight men who made the US's first gay record … Required Reading
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hyperallergic Jan 15
Weekend Words: Fear
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hyperallergic Jan 15
Reader’s Diary: Debt, the New Slavery
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hyperallergic Jan 15
Enduring Voices: The Legacy of Nat Hentoff
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hyperallergic Jan 15
Lois Dodd, Sally Hazelet Drummond, and the Narrative of Exclusion
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hyperallergic Jan 15
No Point of View Is the Best View of All: Artists Working Between 1952–65, Many of Whom Are Forgotten
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hyperallergic Jan 14
You have a disco studies journal? Do tell…
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Kunal Gupta Jan 14
“You just happened to create the spark that landed on a giant pile of tinder.”
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