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Lamps and Sculptures That Evoke New York City Skyscrapers

“Architecture is all lights and shadows,” says the Italian artist and designer Umberto Bellardi Ricci, seated in his 1,100-square-foot studio,…

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Lucy Dacus Takes Confessional Songwriting to a New Level

In November of 2018, while on tour with the group boygenius, the singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus began performing a recently written…

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Brigid Berlin, Andy Warhol’s Most Enduring Friend

In 2001, soon after he moved into the small prewar doorman building on East 28th Street where he still lives,…

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When Bots and Antibodies Are Art Materials

Do you have any routines or rituals to start your workday? I like to go for a walk in the…

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The Photographer Who Captured the Beauty in Blackness

SIKOLO BRATHWAITE MET HER HUSBAND in 1965, when he and his brother stopped her one day as she was shopping…

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A Conversation on ‘Invisible Man’

T Book Club consists of a series of articles and discussions dedicated to classic works of American literature. Here, our…

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12 Galleries That Aren’t in New York or Even L.A.

The past year has seen pandemic-triggered migration patterns in the art world: As members of New York’s cultural elite moved…

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The Last Downtown Gallery

“We have had many, many sleepless nights. Very many,” says Olsoff. “Friends and artists died of AIDS. There was the…

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Alex Da Corte, Puppet Master

Alex Da Corte planned to become an animator for Disney until he determined that he lacked the chops. Still, he…

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Artists on Artists to Watch, and Maybe Even Collect

The best direction one could give to someone interested in expanding their knowledge of contemporary art is to pay attention…

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