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Photos of asthmatic boy prompted an outpouring of generosity and a Brazilian backlash.

Controversy over attribution dogs the world’s most expensive painting, which is likely to be missing from blockbuster da Vinci exhibition.

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Jorge Gutierrez’s exhibition at Artbot Gallery showcases exuberantly cartoonish paintings.

  • Mark Jenkins
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The great modern art museum reopens Oct. 21 after a five-month closure.

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Museums come in all shapes and sizes. What matters is the impulse to honesty.

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A pain-free visit to one of the oldest and most prestigious hospitals in the U.S. starts with celebrating a world-changing discovery.

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Inside Boston’s Mapparium, you see a bygone world in three dimensions — from an unusually privileged perspective.

  • Sebastian Smee in Boston
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The D.C. museum’s tone and rhetoric excludes genuine anger about police misconduct.

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The company’s in-house museum doesn’t mention recent scandals.

In seeking to curate a better balanced history, at least they’re marching in the right direction.

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Now Bearden, one of the greatest black artists of the 20th century, gets a rare show in Atlanta.

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Bush’s amateur portraits of wounded veterans are given a professional exhibition at the Reach for six weeks.

At the National Museum of Women in the Arts, “The End” is both dark and “luminous.”

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Benjamin Ferry’s exhibition at Gallery Neptune & Brown pays tribute to Vanilla Powell Beane.

  • Mark Jenkins
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An exhibition celebrating the late conservationist became a reminder of his rage toward deforestation.

‘Sacred Dedication: A Korean Buddhist Masterpiece’ focuses on a statue of a bodhisattva.

Obama portrait creator unveils his new equestrian statue in Times Square. In December, it will be installed in Richmond, with those of Civil War generals nearby.

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Imar Hutchins’s exhibition features five collages depicting notable African Americans.

  • Mark Jenkins
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With simultaneous shows in Los Angeles and New York, Betye Saar is celebrated for work that is equal parts political and spiritual.

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The pioneering feminist artist considers the end of life, and environmental apocalypse, in new show at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.

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