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Justin Trudeau’s government is making good on its promise to invest $1.5 billion in culture.
The new tour now at the Kennedy Center is an exuberant memorial to the decline of taste.
The National Gallery of Art explores three centuries of American prints.
Kehinde Wiley is at his best when the honesty comes through.
“I pass by centuries of magnificent art, carved marble and cast bronze, oblivious to anything that isn’t Pokémon.“
So how do we put it back together? The answers are the same as they ever were.
Respected husband-and-wife team to build presidential library in Chicago.
The National Gallery’s exhibition on the French 18th-century painter is a stoic delight.
A Smithsonian exhibition surveys its holdings of a great and idiosnycratic artist.
A Phillips Collection exhibit does the artist justice, for better and worse.