The fair has changed its system for vetting artworks, starting with the Maastricht show, and is using more independent experts.
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In the 16th century, Jacopo Tintoretto stormed the Western world with emotionally resonant religious scenes. His first full-scale retrospective in the United States opens this month in Washington.
A “gender-bending” exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston rethinks everything about what a fashion show should be.
Dean Valentine started collecting art during a painful time in his life and says, “a mortality event almost always lies at the core of some collection mania.”
At 82, this titan of Modernism is talking about the past, taking stock and putting some of his works and part of his collection up for auction.
Gerald and Jody Lippes have homes in Canada, Florida and New York City, so walls are plentiful and each home has art with a different personality.
Still reckoning with the fallout from her Emmett Till painting, the chastened artist reveals how the controversy has changed her — even as she moves forward with a new gallery show.
Kevin Beasley confronts King Cotton’s legacy in his solo museum show.
Alice S. Kandell’s adventures have led her to a cradle of Buddhism, and to rare treasures.