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Leonardo’s unfinished Jerome, in New York, is one of several magnificent representations.

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Verrocchio emerges from the shadows in a landmark exhibition at the National Gallery of Art.

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The Cuban immigrant’s pieces boast traits found in great oil paintings from 500 years ago.

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His epochal book “The Americans” demanded that we look again — and again.

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One of America’s most popular and revered artists, he is the subject of two compelling shows.

“Moves Like Walter” features 88 works from the renowned collection that now has many homes.

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The 22 pieces in the exhibition depict the conflict between humans and their environment.

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New York’s Museum of Modern Art is reopening after its latest expansion. But it’s not just the building that has changed.

Arriving at the museum, the president’s aides said he did not want to see anything “difficult.”

He always thought of himself as the quintessential outsider. Until, he says, ’one day you wake up and you are the quintessential insider.’

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The Smithsonian gallery‘s retrospective spans 40 years of Michael Sherrill’s works.

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Works by Pipilotti Rist, Andy Warhol, Sol LeWitt and others show the fluid relationship between visual and performing arts.

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The participating artists want “to give voice to those who may not have opportunities to speak.”

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Some of the city’s most-treasured spots are green, small and not monumental.

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T.C. Cannon exhibition in New York spotlights the many what-ifs of a career cut short.

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Touchstone and H-Space exhibitions present artists’ takes on today’s America

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‘My Iran: Six Women Photographers” spotlights the diverse work of contemporary female photographers from Iran.

How two Maryland painters interpreted the poetic words of young patients reflecting on their medical journeys.

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Eight jewel-like works in a new exhibition underscore how bad Albert C. Barnes’s vision truly was.

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Artist Refik Anadol’s retrospective draws from ocean currents and meteorological reports.

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