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Australian artist Ian Strange photographs the foreclosed homes of Ohio's Rust Belt.
A new exhibition seeks to bring contemporary African art to the fore—and there's not a tribal mask to be seen.
A group show in London responds to a ceramics exhibit staged at the Whitney Museum in 1981.
With pink light and pillows, artist Matthew Bird curates the perfect night’s sleep.
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Paul Anthony Smith turns photographs into pointillist representations of social constructs.
Lucien Shapiro fuses gems, minerals, and love to make spiritually protective art weapons.