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  2. art
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  3. q&a
    Frank Ocean Knows the People Who Told Him He was Crazy Were Well-intentionedAnd no, he doesn’t use dating apps.
  4. urbanism
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  5. art
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  6. seen
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  7. art fairs
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  8. art
    Advice From 27 Artists, From Marina Abramovich to Mickalene Thomas, on Making ItYou’ve read Jerry Saltz’s story on being an artist. But what do successful artists themselves say?
  9. art
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  10. q&a
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  11. gala!
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  12. art
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  13. art
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  14. studio 54
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  15. art
    On Occupy’s Anniversary, a Rose Blooms in Zuccotti ParkArtist Isa Genzken’s 26-foot-tall flower is planted where the bongos once tried to put a stop to neoliberalism.
  16. fall preview 2018
    KiKi Layne Is the Rookie of the YearShe’s the star of Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight follow-up, If Beale Street Could Talk, which isn’t bad for a total newcomer.
  17. art
    Jenny Saville’s New Paintings Are About Motherhood and #MeTooThe Gagosian show is part of her imagining her own mythic ancestors, a genealogy for a canon that women are no longer so lonely in.
  18. art
    Will the Retail Apocalypse Be Good for the Arts?When a Chase Bank becomes a nonprofit.
  19. Freddie Highmore Is America’s Top DocThe Good Doctor star is now ABC’s No. 1 star, and he comes with zero negative side effects.
  20. art
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  21. art
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  22. art
    Frieze Salutes Feature Inc., the Visionary Gallery That Changed the Art WorldMurakami, Pettibon, Tom of Finland … you saw them there first.
  23. When a Feminist Artist Is Censored by a Feminist GalleryNatalie Frank’s Story of O pictures scared a lot of people. Including her gallerist.
  24. art
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  25. Transparent Continues, Sort of, As a Live MusicalWe saw it last night at Joe’s Pub.
  26. art
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  27. profile
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  28. gallery
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  29. how to win an oscar
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  30. art
    Where Did Marina Abramovic Institute’s Money Go?The Hudson holy site is being abandoned.
  31. art
    Laurie Anderson and Marilyn Minter Say Scream on the 2016 Election AnniversaryA tribute to Yoko Ono.
  32. art
    This Exhibit Wants to Challenge Everything You Think You Know About GenderMeet the artists showing in the New Museum’s “Trigger: Gender As a Tool and a Weapon.”
  33. fall preview 2017
    Ai Weiwei on His Massive Upcoming Public Art Fund Project“It is like presenting yourself to an old lover; to give to the city what I never had a chance to achieve when I was there.”
  34. art
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  35. movies
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  37. gallery
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  38. art and design 2017
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  39. documentary
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  40. art
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  41. gallery
    Raymond Pettibon’s Punk ProphesyThe perfect punk artist for the Trump era has a show at the New Museum. Here’s a sampler.
  42. art
    An Art Exhibit’s Modest Proposal for RefugeesHalil Altindere’s Space Refugee, like much of his work, is both absurdist and humane.
  43. gallery
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  45. the breakthrough
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  46. tribute
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  47. encounter
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  48. vulture cover story
    Amy Adams on Celebrity and Playing Janis JoplinThe actress is on a different planet from the one on which her Hollywood peers exist — which is maybe also why she’s the perfect person to play ETs’ liaison.
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  50. the art world
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