Arts & Design

Welcome to Barn-Quilt Country

Jim Leuenberger grew up on a dairy farm in northeast Iowa, worked in dairy for his whole career and then…

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Reimagined Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Will Triple Its Gallery Space

For nearly 25 years, Georgia O’Keeffe, an iconic American modernist painter, has been honored in a museum that is not…

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Racist Mural Puts Tate Galleries in a Bind

LONDON — Since Tate Britain reopened last month after a five-month pandemic shutdown, the museum has been bustling. Visitors in…

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How a Family Transformed the Look of European Theater

Many of us have not seen the inside of a theater in well over a year. But as performance spaces…

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Submerged in van Gogh: Would Absinthe Make the Art Grow Fonder?

Babies don’t develop stereoscopic vision for the first few months of their life; they have a hard time perceiving depth…

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Menstrual Cups in Museums? It’s Time.

Objects designed for birth, fertility and parenthood have long been neglected by institutions. A new book and exhibition series aims…

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In the ’80s, Post-Punk Filled New York Clubs. Their Videos Captured It.

In the summer of 1975, Pat Ivers filmed a legendary festival of unsigned rock bands at CBGB, which included Talking…

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Cornelia Oberlander, a Farseeing Landscape Architect, Dies at 99

Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, a German-born Canadian landscape architect who blended naturalistic designs with modernist ideals and recognized early on the…

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On a Kentucky Riverbank, a Path to Remembrance

Hannah Drake’s (Un)Known Project in Louisville is both a memorial to enslaved people whose stories will never be uncovered, and…

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Stuart Silver, Designer of Museum Blockbusters, Dies at 84

Stuart Silver, who as the inventive design director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the 1960s and ’70s turned…

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