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An appreciation of Achille Castiglioneâ??s 1962 Toio lamp.

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For 18 years the expatriate Dutch scholar and curator Hans van Dijk (1946-2002) worked tirelessly to bring world attention to China’s emerging avant-garde artists.

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Sex meets death in de Kooning’s sumptuous art.

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Previously neglected, the artist’s hybrid painting-sculptures are key works in Brazil’s midcentury Neo-Concrete movement.

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Lillian Bassmanâ??s lingerie photos celebrate the postwar â??New Look.â?

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Roy Lichtenstein, abstract painter.

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The relevance today of Diego Riveraâ??s MoMA murals.

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An artist and writer nds deep sensuality in works by the celebrated textile artist.

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The Dia Art Foundation acquires a new version of the Dream House, an ever-evolving environment featuring light, sound and sculpture, first conceived by La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela in 1962.

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In their chaotic exuberance, Frank Stellaâ??s recent paintings and constructions, the author argues, accurately reflect visual perception and contemporary experience.

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In their chaotic exuberance, Frank Stellaâ??s recent paintings and constructions, the author argues, accurately reflect visual perception and contemporary experience.

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In an unremitting flow of deft and highly imaginative drawings, sometimes supplemented by kinetic sculptures, June Leaf has ceaselessly explored the workings of the human mind for some six decades.