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  • Each Sold Separately: Hanuk’s Un-Diptychs

    Hanuk's Un-Diptychs

    Every abstract canvas in the photographer's first exhibit has a twin—and a cause for disjoining
  • Sculptor and The City

    Sculptor and The City

    A new book and gallery exhibit celebrate artist Constantin Brancusi's long-time love affair with New York
  • Clare Rojas Returns

    Clare Rojas Returns

    The opening of the artist's first show following a brief hiatus—an exploration in abstract expression hosted by Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld—brings out Ellen von Unwerth, Anh Duong and more
  • Pleasure in Contradictions

    An Artist's Pleasure in Contradictions

    As Sarah Morris prepares to release a brand new body of work, the artist reflects on her mixture of forms and the city that inspires them
  • Trees of Life: David Hockney’s Tour De Force

    Trees of Life: David Hockney’s Tour De Force

    A retrospective on the English artist opens to much fanfare at San Francisco's de Young Museum. Here, Hockney looks ahead
  • The New Arrivals

    The New Arrivals

    With the help of their hip, high-profile mothers, some babies are born boldfaced names
  • Drawn Together: The We Art Boston Auction

    Drawn Together: The We Art Boston Auction

    Bid on original works of art by Caldecott winners for a great cause
  • Famous Last Words: Diana Vreeland

    Famous Last Words: Diana Vreeland

    What was famed fashion editor really like? Her handwriting reveals all
  • The Life of Alexis Rockman

    The Life of Alexis Rockman

    The New York artist behind the imagery for Ang Lee's Life of Pi opens two downtown shows. DuJour dives in
  • The Revenge of Robert Indiana

    The Revenge of Robert Indiana

    When critics turned their backs, the pop artist abandoned the New York scene. Now, a close-up look at his comeback
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