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VIDEO: A Dante Ferretti Labyrinth at MoMA
Dion Tan, Aaron Sherman
VIDEO: Top-Shelf Architecture in Kansas City
After a period of notable decline, ongoing redevelopment and several major new works of architectural design have revived downtown Kansas City. The $413 million construction of The Kauffman...
VIDEO: Raqib Shaw Showcases "Paradise Lost"
Kashmir-born artist Raqib Shaw draws on an eclectic combination of Western and Eastern influences, and on nature, for his colorful and opulent paintings and sculptures. Based in London,...
VIDEO: French Impressionism in Kansas City
Through February, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri is taking visitors on a journey through mid-19th century France. “Impressionist France, Visions of Nations from Le...
VIDEO: Christoph Schlingensief Retrospective
BERLIN — It’s impossible to think about Christoph Schlingensief without a feeling of overwhelming, loud, bubbly, funny, and tragic intensity. It’s impossible without remembering a man with...
VIDEO: The Four Roads of Jason Rhoades
In “Jason Rhoades, Four Roads” at the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, curator Ingrid Schaffner aims to take visitors on an interpretive...
VIDEO: Behind the Curtain at The Kauffman Center
Designed by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie, the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts opened its doors in the fall of 2011, after nearly five years of construction. The 285,000-...
PLAY BY PLAY [VIDEO]: Broadway's Jefferson Mays
Veteran stage actor Jefferson Mays is getting rave reviews on Broadway, for his turn as eight different characters —male and female, alike— in the musical comedy “A Gentleman’s Guide to...
VIDEO: Rare Late de Kooning Paintings at Gagosian
For the first time since the late 1980s, ten rare paintings of Willem de Kooning from 1983 to 1985 take center stage at Gagosian Gallery.De Kooning (1904 - 1997) was unlike any artist of...
VIDEO: Examining Race & Gender with Kara Walker
On first glance it’s not obvious how uncompromising the works of Kara Walker are at their heart. For her exhibition at Camden Arts Centre, Walker has applied her monochrome shadow works to...
VIDEO: Marrakech Welcomes Outdoor Sculpture Park
MARRAKECH — With the Atlas Mountains as its backdrop, Fondation Alliances is bringing a monumental outdoor exhibition — the first of its kind in Africa — to Morocco. Al Maaden Sculptures...
VIDEO: Brazil ArtFair Debuts in Miami
With a goal to highlight and promote lesser-known, up-and-coming Brazilian contemporary artists, Brazil ArtFair opened its doors for the first time during Miami Art Week 2013. Just down the...
VIDEO: 60 Works in 60 Seconds at PULSE Miami 2013
The ninth edition of PULSE Miami is packing in crowds at the Ice Palace Studios, near downtown Miami. Some 3,000 visitors turned out for the preview Thursday.Unlike most of the...
VIDEO: Up-and-Coming Artists at ABMB 2013
Among the brisk sales at this year's Art Basel in Miami Beach, Art+Auction and Blouin ARTINFO Editor-at-Large Judd Tully takes us on a tour of some lesser-known, up-and-coming artists that...
VIDEO: Pérez Art Museum Opens in Miami
Janelle Zara, Kristen Boatright
MIAMI — In the 1920s and ’30s, the Art Deco movement took hold of Miami’s architecture, heavy-handedly bestowing its buildings with whimsical exterior ornamentation. “It didn’t...
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