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An art dealer was taken into custody in connection with a swindle that led collectors to spend more than $80 million on phony masterworks. The United States is expected to request his extradition.
Broaching a plan for more equitable public transit between Red Hook and Astoria, home to millennials and thousands of less affluent New Yorkers.
When conservators at the Art Institute of Chicago wanted to solve the mystery of a missing pigment in a portrait by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, light shined the way.
Desire lines, says architecture critic Michael Kimmelman, are marked by economic development and evolving travel patterns. He plots today’s desire line along the waterfronts of Brooklyn and Queens.
A show at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston explores the work of the Mexican artist and designer Carla Fernández, and offers weaving and patternmaking workshops to the public.
“Aljira at 30: Dream and Reality” at the New Jersey State Museum traces the growth of Aljira, an alternative exhibition space for emerging and underrepresented artists.
An array of woven textiles is a centerpiece for “Seas of Blue: Asian Indigo Dye,” one of three new exhibitions that opened last month in the Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University.
“Fabulous Interiors by Elsie de Wolfe and Charles Duveen, 1915-1945” traces their careers and the impact they had on the home owned in the early 20th century by William Robertson Coe, an insurance magnate, and his second wife.
“Ai Weiwei: According to What?,” at the Brooklyn Museum, makes a persuasive case for this artist’s ability to reconcile art and ideals and life.
“A Royal Passion: Queen Victoria and Photography,” at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, reveals a monarch who quickly adopted a new art form and used it for her own purposes.