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'Well Beyond HIV' Exhibit Comes to San Francisco

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 23
From April 23-25 in San Francisco, Walgreens will host the art exhibit and event, "Well Beyond HIV," celebrating the lives of older adults well beyond their HIV diagnosis.

Jacob Lawrence's Rhapsody in Blues

By Sura Wood | Apr 19
A master storyteller with a fine-tuned social conscience, Jacob Lawrence was a superb draftsman and visual thinker in an impressive range of mediums.

Giacometti Sculpture Poised to Set Auction Record

Apr 16
A rare life-size sculpture by Alberto Giacometti could set a record at auction next month where it's expected to bring around $130 million.

A Whale is a Whale is a Whale

By Erin Blackwell | Apr 12
The greatest and most vulnerable. The mightiest and brightest. The furthest from and closest to us. Singer of songs, prey to homo sapiens, eater of Giant Squid, lighter of lamps, stiffener of ladies' corsets -- and now, exhibit at Cal Academy of Sciences.

Monet Paintings Could Fetch Up to $110M at Auction

Apr 6
Six paintings by French impressionist painter Claude Monet are among the stars heading for New York City's spring art auctions that could realize between $78 million and $110 million, Sotheby's announced.

Best in the April Art Galleries

By Sura Wood | Apr 5
Some of the exuberant new paintings by Tomokazu Matsuyama, whose latest solo exhibition, "Come with Me," is now at Gallery Wendi Norris, recall the charged paradisiacal color and lands of enchantment dreamt up by master Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki.

'The Art of the Mannequin' Exhibit Arrives in NYC

By Matthew Wexler | Mar 30
A room full of mannequins is the subject of a new museum exhibition in New York City. They're the creation of designer Ralph Pucci - who elevates these dummies to a sculptural art form.

'High Style' is Here

Mar 29
The arrival at the Legion of Honor of the latest extravaganza, tastefully titled "High Style: The Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection," is a much-anticipated event.

Graffiti Boom Born in Tragedy Brightens Up Colombia Capital

By Jacobo Garcia | Mar 27
Bogota's proliferation of murals grew in part out of tragedy, when police shot and killed graffiti artist Diego Felipe Becerra in 2011 as he painted his trademark Felix the Cat. Bogota Mayor Gustavo Petro responded by decriminalizing graffiti painting.

The Art of Ice Carving

Mar 24
Massive blocks of ice, known as Arctic Diamonds, are so clear you can read a newspaper through them. Every year artists use chisels and chainsaws to turn them into jewels. Lee Cowan reports from the 2015 World Ice Art Championships in Fairbanks, Alaska.

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