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Art museum selfies are getting more personal as visitors seek their doppelgängers in paintings and sculptures. A new feature in a Google app has made the trend explode.
The Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa is lending the painting — for which he paid $110.5 million at Sotheby’s last year.
The issue of how museums raise their money has resurfaced in the case of the Sacklers, a family of philanthropists whose company developed OxyContin.
Rodin celebrations in New York and Philadelphia include a bold new view of his work through the eyes and hands of Anselm Kiefer.
This exhibition is a collaboration with the Equal Justice Initiative.
The Bang on a Can Marathon and a program of John Zorn’s “game pieces” brought rebels of the 1980s to Brooklyn on Saturday.
The myriad challenges for Anne Pasternak, director of this institution, include remaining true to Brooklyn’s identity while embracing a shift in trends.
The new-music collective appears at Zankel Hall and is preparing for its annual marathon, on May 6, at the Brooklyn Museum.
The spare-looking show “We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85” at the Brooklyn Museum offers a textured view of the political past.