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The exhibition brings together over 170 diverse garments and shows that technology and the hand-made have always coexisted.
The Brooklyn-based artist talks about working with unusual materials, the ways art is changing, and how everyone is a critic.
The gallery's fourth location kicks things off with a show from 100-year-old Cuban-American artist Carmen Herrera.
Tippet Rise is bringing large-scale art and live music to a massive expanse in Big Sky Country.
The chef's friendship with Brazilian artist Vik Muniz inspires him in and out of the kitchen.
The artist's ambitious anti-capitalist exhibition sets up shop in capitalism's epicenter.
The artist approaches her practice not only as her own media platform, but as a business.
Lewis Carroll's classic story conjures up the childhood and career inspirations of a fashion maestro.
The “It” New York City art fair grows up and branches out, launching its first European edition.
The Chinese multimedia artist gets her first American solo show.
Shamim M. Momin expands her burgeoning nonprofit’s horizons with a Paris exhibition.
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