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Emmanuelle Polack is the face of the French museum’s efforts to return stolen works. But some discoveries have put her employer in an awkward situation.

7/16/2021 4:00:32 AM

The immersive van Gogh exhibitions make a critic reflect on her encounters with his paintings and question what it means to have an intimate connection with an artist.

7/18/2021 5:01:21 PM

A big, juicy exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts turns an embracing eye on Black artists in the American South.

7/16/2021 10:40:36 AM

At Dar Jacir, an art center in a “difficult location,” people are searching for ways to make art under siege.

7/15/2021 12:29:44 PM

A sculpture at an exhibition in Milan provides a graphic reminder of the terror attacks. The Guggenheim Museum’s former chief curator said it may best be appreciated, for now, outside New York.

7/15/2021 10:41:28 AM

The Queens Museum, Harlem Stage and 44 other groups were chosen to receive aid from Bloomberg Philanthropies for digital innovation.

7/16/2021 12:11:01 PM

An exhibition in Amsterdam explores the wandering life and untimely death of Hansken, an Asian elephant who became a spectacle in 17th-century Europe.

7/16/2021 10:37:00 AM

Ever wonder what happened to the artist’s 85-foot stairwell, sold at auction? It’s at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver — sliced and diced and on loan from a collector.

7/14/2021 9:48:58 AM

The artist’s installations, now on view in Manhattan, showcase her arduous journey from tokenism to transcendence.

7/14/2021 4:34:33 PM

Prosecutors say a sacred work known as “Skanda on a Peacock” was sold at one point by Douglas A.J. Latchford, a collector who was accused of trafficking stolen artifacts.

7/16/2021 3:22:24 PM

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