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Posted 10/15/14

Palaces regained

Of the many Lobkowicz palaces occupied by the Nazis and seized by the Communists during the past century, four have now been restored and opened to the public 

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Posted 10/15/14

Egon Schiele at the Neue Galerie

What Egon Schiele would have achieved had he lived beyond his twenty-eighth year is a matter to keep art historians up at night

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Posted 09/25/14

Salon style at the New-York Historical Society

Recreating the museum experience of nineteenth-century New York

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Posted 09/24/14

The democratization of glamour

The Mu­seum of Fine Arts, Boston's glittering exhibition Hollywood Glamour: Fashion and Jewelry from the Silver Screen documents this shift in American style and stylishness in the 1930s and 1940s

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Posted 09/24/14

Lost (and found) illusions

Inspired by the visual pleasures of letter-rack paintings, a master carver creates his own versions in three dimensions

ARTICLE

Posted 09/24/14

Thomas Hart Benton at the Met

We can no longer see our country in the clear unnuanced light that Benton gave it in "America Today," but it is crucially important to know how it once felt to do so 

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Posted 09/24/14

Made in Texas

Bringing together Texas-made art and objects that reflect the lives of Texans from the state's admittance to the United States to the discovery of oil at Spindletop and the devastation of Galveston during the hurricane of 1900

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Posted 09/24/14

Events: Exhibitions, symposiums, and lectures

Openings, closings, and happenings through October

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Posted 09/21/14

Editor's letter, September/October 2014

On our cover, the cacophonous world in which we live--digital and artisanal, ephemeral and timeless--is rendered, ironically, in the disciplined quiet of limewood by the master carver David Esterly 

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Posted 09/18/14

Museums want you! A roundup of shows commemorating the 100th anniversary of World War I

Museums around the globe honor the centennial of World War I with exhibitions devoted to the conflict

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