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Restitution Suit Over Guggenheim’s ‘Woman Ironing’ by Picasso Dismissed

Pablo Picasso’s 1904 painting Woman Ironing, which has been at...

Philadelphia’s UArts Hit with Class-Action Lawsuit Amid Sudden Closure

Just days after announcing its sudden closure, Philadelphia’s University...

Despite Economic Uncertainty, Gallery Weekend Beijing Left Dealers Feeling Optimistic

Toward the end of a particularly turbulent May, China...

Monet Painting at the Musée d’Orsay Vandalized by Climate Activist

A climate activist affixed an adhesive poster to a...

Jay Lynn Gomez’s Tableaux About Transitioning Show Life Under Construction

A version of this essay originally appeared in Reframed, the Art in...

KAWS and Andy Warhol Come Together at Last for a Museum Show in Pittsburgh

There are no shortage of exhibitions dealing with KAWS and Andy Warhol individually, but...

An Under-Recognized 72-Year-Old Painter Makes Waves at Auction

Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared in On Balance, the ARTnews newsletter about the...

Ownership of Egon Schiele Drawing Lost During Holocaust to Be Decided by New York Court

A 1917 drawing by Egon Schiele is at the center of a...

The Best Booths at Independent New York, Where Muted Art Commands Maximal Attention

At art fairs, gallerists sometimes heed the not-so-invisible hand of...

A Riotous, Edgy Alternative Fair about 1970s Art Returns to New York

For the second year in a row, far from Frieze...

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