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At Design on a Dime, the nonprofit organization Housing Works’ annual benefit for people who have H.I.V./AIDS, the designer has created a room that is inspired by the work of the French artist.
Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova will join a conversation with the New Yorker editor David Remnick.
The works have been removed from public walls and buildings by the Sincura Group.
Two New York exhibitions focus on Andy Warhol, one on his little-known work for the 1964 World’s Fair and the other on his images of Jacqueline Kennedy.
Fighting has damaged Palmyra and other archaeological sites, and made it easier for thieves to smuggle hundreds of antiquities out of the country.
A San Francisco exhibition looks at the relationship of 34 famous Jewish designers and architects to the most important aesthetic movement of the 20th century.
On his own island near Patagonia, Chile, Not Vital carved out a truly organic space, the NotOna Tunnel, instead of building a home the traditional way (of course he did).
The sculptor was awarded the Presidentʼs Medal, the first time the prize has been given to an artist.
Scheduling the new Los Angeles installment of the the Paris contemporary art fair FIAC was harder than expected.
The British photographer’s hyper-real images of visitors to the French capital stand in striking contrast to the familiar, romanticized notion of tourists in Paris.