The displays curated by artists at this year’s event are a welcome change from the traditional biennial format
In the turbulent decades of the 1960s to ’80s, female artists found creative ways to resist and transform the status quo
The first solo show in the US dedicated to the trailblazing Brazilian artist explores what it means to be the painter of one’s country
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Deaccessioning rules for US museums have been relaxed to raise money for collection care – and even the Met may take advantage. It’s a slippery slope, says Thomas P. Campbell
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