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Claes Oldenburg gets an exhibit—and gets boring
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Molly Crabapple's 'altarpieces to the revolution'
The problem with critics' praise of Piero della Francesca's Frick show
Three new biographies that retell the lives but don't explain the creativity
Meet the man behind Daily Drawings
The museum is putting 'Pac-Man' alongside Picasso. That misses the point.
Picasso, Paris, and modern art in Vichy France
How the animated image file took over the Internet
When photography is everywhere, when is it art?
The gravest novelist of our time dives into art world glitz
Ai Weiwei: Wonderful dissident, terrible artist