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The apparent goal of this survey is to stress the more conventional side of the artist.

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At Washington-area exhibitions, technology reveals images once hidden from our view.

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Turner and Constable are the subjects of a Massachusetts exhibition and a book

Why it matters if pop culture tells black love stories

The latest episode of “Historically Black” explores black love and marriage from slavery to today.

He went searching for his roots, and found the most popular black fiddler in 1920s Missouri

A search for a family connection led one man to an online forum and his great-great-grandfather's music.

‘I don’t scare easily’: A 94-year-old judge’s refusal to bow to racism, death threats

Damon Keith is still crusading for justice as a U.S. Court of Appeals judge.

Rachel Whiteread show is the first in a series of closings of high-profile exhibitions affected by the government shutdown.

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Frank Van Riper’s exhibition juxtaposes images of New York and Paris in the ’60s and ’70s.

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“The most important thing is to have an impact on people,” says incoming director.

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“The Renaissance Nude” complicates our narratives: It wasn’t just the Italians who gave us nude figures.

Construction continues at Air and Space Museum, and Fossil Hall installations are ongoing.

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Jason Hamacher’s exhibit showcases sites from before the country’s civil war, many of which no longer exist.

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The Museum of Fine Arts show makes a powerful case for Adams’s ongoing relevance.

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The work of Vija Celmins, on view in San Francisco, is breathtaking in its range and beauty.

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Jessica Jane Julius use the low-tech process to convey “the anxieties and complexities of language.”

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A board-certified cardiologist, he will go on to head the Association of American Medical Colleges.

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Exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna is the year’s most important art event.

Two mammoth paintings by Peter Waddell depict very different aerial views of L’Enfant’s grand design.

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Saul Steinberg’s recently republished “The Labyrinth” is a one-volume exercise manual for the eyes.

Anthea M. Hartig, of California Historical Society, becomes first woman to be the permanent director of the museum.

From September through February, visitors will not need timed tickets for entry on weekdays.

Kaywin Feldman, director of the Minneapolis Institute of Art, will succeed Earl “Rusty” Powell III, who is retiring.

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“Posing Modernity” is at the Wallach in New York, and “I Can’t See You Without Me” at the Wexner in Ohio.

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