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Jason Farago
Art critic and editor of (2015–18)
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Niklaus Nuspliger Jan 15
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Jason Farago Jan 13
Replying to @jcljules
Armenia? (beautiful work in the book review today, PS)
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Jason Farago Jan 12
Replying to @siddhmi
meanwhile, if you're prepping for your trip, this is my track of the summer (south is a state of mind)
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Jason Farago Jan 11
Just the most perfect coda to Aslı Çavuşoğlu's wonderful exhibition on the economics of blue—visible in the background of this photo, and closing this weekend
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Jason Farago Jan 10
Replying to @oritgat
thank you, my friend -- in the initial draft it was "with compound eyes, like ants have..." but that seemed a bit too much
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Jason Farago Jan 10
For want of a government, you can't see one of the best shows of the season: CHARLINE VON HEYL: SNAKE EYES, at the shuttered Hirshhorn. So here is a non-review, with some thoughts on digitally informed painting seen in person and seen on screen
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Jason Farago Jan 10
Replying to @ishaantharoor @wef
go here! just opened
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James McAuley Jan 9
A year ago, dispatched me to Bonn and Bern to write on the Gurlitt hoard for . This week, the German government returned the Thomas Couture portrait that was the center of my essay to its rightful owners, the heirs of Georges Mandel:
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Jason Farago Jan 9
"The wall and the border have an untethered relationship.… Sovereign action is often outside the border—well outside the border, through outsourcing decisions, regulation, and control of other nations." —Wendy Brown
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Jason Farago Jan 9
In a year of identikit biennials—whose glosses of "community" are less convincing than ever—the one bright spot remains Kochi-Muziris. A visit with and :
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Jason Farago Jan 3
European museum leaders have said a lot about restitution. But listening to thinkers from Africa and its diaspora seemed more pressing. I invited Toyin Ojih Odutola, Cécile Fromont and Souleymane Bachir Diagne to debate the Savoy-Sarr report over dinner.
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Kylian Mbappé Dec 31
• 2018 🏆🎉✅ • 2019.....❓❓❓ 🥳HAPPY NEW YEAR🥳
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