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14th Annual Art Basel Miami Beach

By Mike Halterman | Nov 29
Artists and art lovers from across the country and around the world are less than a week away from arriving in Miami Beach for one of the biggest events Miami Beach celebrates each year: Art Basel Miami Beach.

Stonewall Exhibit Showcases International AIDS Posters

By Michael d'Oliveira | Nov 28
It was a time of information and misinformation and acceptance and disownment that Chuck Ross, chief museum curator of the Stonewall National Museum & Archives, captures in the new exhibit.

Preservation Begins at Idaho Home of Artist James Castle

By Kimberlee Kruesi | Nov 23
Tucked away in a quiet neighborhood in Boise, the century-old home sits idle and vacant. But inside, officials working to restore the self-taught artist's residence say there is much more inside the aging framework than meets the eye.

'Years Yet Yesterday' Exhibit Commemorates Larry Kramer's Call to Action

By Winnie McCroy | Nov 20
On Friday, November 20 from 7-9 p.m. in Chicago, artist Mark Addison Smith welcomes the community for the opening night reception of his art exhibition, "Years Yet Yesterday," at the Center on Halsted.

Celebrating the Style of Jacqueline de Ribes

By Jocelyn Noveck | Nov 18
When the latest exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute opens this week, celebrating the style of French fashion figure Jacqueline de Ribes, an important guest will be missing: The 86-year-old de Ribes herself.

Wild Imaginings in the Galleries

By Sura Wood | Nov 15
Women rule as authors of their art, which doesn't mean that men don't make solid showings, in gallery exhibitions running through December. Take a look.

Wendell Castle: Furniture Fusing Craft and High-Tech

By Katherine Ross | Nov 13
In "Wendell Castle Remastered," the Museum of Arts and Design explores Castle's most recent, digitally crafted pieces. The show will remain on view through Feb. 28.

East Side Story

By Sura Wood | Nov 8
Japan's two-dimensional designs, clean lines, geometric patterns, dynamic compositions and coloration helped define what we now think of as modernism.

Cleveland Calling: Cultural Immersion

By Sarah Jaquay | Nov 5
Crave a theater weekend with a side of world-class art and music? Search and click a flight for Cleveland. Here's our ultimate guide.

Blood Sculpture Draws Attention to FDA Ban on Gay, Bi Donors

Oct 30
An art installation opening in New York City draws attention to a federal ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men.

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