Disturbers of the Peace

  |  One sign of an important exhibition may be its ability to move…

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Black dolls

  |  Margo Jefferson | Miniature trains and boats; animals and pict…

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Gray matters

  |  Recent films, exhibitions, and books re-establish Eileen Gray'…

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Wonder and menace, dreams and nightmares: Visions of Coney Island

  |  An extraordinary array of artists have perceived Coney I… » More

High tops and low

  |  Among the contents of the Allen Ginsberg Papers in Stanf… » More

On stage in the garden: The roots of Frida Kahlo’s art at the New York Botanical Garden

  |  After decades of lionization, what more could there be t… » More

A charmed life

  |  English inspiration, American creativity, and a bit of h… » More

The gold dust twins: Thomas Hart Benton, Walt Disney, and the mining of frontier mythology

  |  In March 1946 Thomas Hart Benton and Walt Disney took a… » More

The allure of Leeds House: An unparalleled private collection finds its ideal home in Philadelphia

  |  Last winter, one of America's great private collections … » More

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NYG 2013

A message from the editor

  |  July 29, 2015

We look forward to the merger of The Magazine ANTIQUES and MODERN Magazine with ARTNEWS S.A. as we expand our digital presence, reach new readers, and bring the b… » More

Farther afield: A Lost Paradise: The Clandon Park Fire

  |  July 9, 2015

  Venetian architect Giacomo Leoni created a magnificent Palladian residence for Thomas, the 2nd Baron Onslow, in the 1720s on the estate outside of Guildford,… » More

Editor's letter, July/August 2015

  |  July 15, 2015

What has been lost… The only thing more American than sentimentalizing the past is our habit of discarding it. And so when it comes to the dolls shown in this iss… » More