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April 2021

• Alice Neel’s forthright portraits of her fellow New Yorkers

• The trenchant art criticism of Charles Baudelaire

• Antony Gormley on how sculpture can change the world

• The surreal houses of Edward James

Plus: Dia Art Foundation returns to Chelsea, Eugène Atget’s uncanny photographs of Paris, the future of department stores, the opening of the Frick Madison, and Kaywin Feldman on cultural leadership in the 21st century

Art news daily

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Fleeting – Scents in Colour: virtual see-and-smell tour

What does art smell like? The Mauritshuis’s new fragrance box helps you to sniff out an answer at home

9 Apr 2021

Dawoud Bey: An American Project

A retrospective at the Whitney shows how the photographer has brought marginalised American communities into view

9 Apr 2021

Variations: The Reuse of Models in Paintings by Orazio and Artemisia Gentileschi

A display of remixes by Orazio and Artemisia Gentileschi at Cleveland Museum of Art

9 Apr 2021

She-oak and Sunlight: Australian Impressionism

The National Gallery of Victoria shows how artists took to the outback to reimagine the national landscape en plein air

9 Apr 2021

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