• The Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris presents “The Secrets of French Lacquer: Vernis Martin,” featuring an installation with over 300 objects.

    17th-century lacquer box
    LAST UPDATE : Jan 28, 2014, 4:26 AM EST
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  • Installation view of "Postcards from the Edge"

    The high-priced art works normally on view at Luhring Augustine were swapped out for an array of postcard-sized works.

    LAST UPDATE : Jan 29, 2014, 4:27 AM EST
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  • Harry Ettlinger with a Rembrandt that was hidden in a salt mine, 1945

    Harry Ettlinger went down into European salt mines to discover and restitute some of the hundreds of thousands of works that the Nazis systematically stole from private and public collections across Europe.

    LAST UPDATE : Feb 03, 2014, 4:14 AM EST
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  • Kim Gordon and Jutta Koether perform at MoMA PS1.

    Sunday, the final day of the massive Mike Kelley MoMA PS1 retrospective, was a day to contemplate the late artist’s life and work.

    LAST UPDATE : Feb 04, 2014, 7:48 AM EST
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  • Alice Sachs Zimet in the foyer of her apartment on New York’s Upper East Side, between Chien-Chi Chang’s "The Chain #14" (1988), and "Twins (from a Russian Juvenile Prison)" (2003), by Ingar Krauss.

    Alice Sachs Zimet has always been something of an innovator, so it is little surprise that as a collector, she is attracted to the medium of photography.

    LAST UPDATE : Feb 06, 2014, 7:15 AM EST
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  • David Altmejd

    In David Altmejd’s new solo show at Andrea Rosen, the artist supersized his Plexiglas vitrine sculptures into a monumental shrine to time that fills an entire room of the gallery.

    LAST UPDATE : Feb 07, 2014, 7:25 AM EST
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  • Jiha Moon, "Mama Dance," 2013 (detail)

    As a foreigner living in the States myself, I often think about what authenticity really means and I think we often misunderstand it.

    LAST UPDATE : Feb 11, 2014, 7:25 AM EST
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  • Ivo Pannaggi's "Speeding Train," 1922.

    Famously inspired by a car crash, Futurism burst forth in 1909 with an uncompromising agenda.

    LAST UPDATE : Feb 18, 2014, 7:58 AM EST
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  • Christine Argillet and Salvador Dali in the 1960s.

    When Christine Argillet was a child, her father took a photograph of her dressed as the Infante from Velasquez’s painting, and after seeing this, Salvador Dali would take to calling her "La Petite Infante."

    LAST UPDATE : Feb 25, 2014, 7:32 AM EST
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