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Strange bedfellows at Vienna Design Week

The uneasy intersection of Tradition and Modernity is made all the moreso in a city so invested in its imperial past. Alan Behr recounts the good, the bad and the bewildering witnessed during this year’s event.

Last Chance! The Arnhold Collection of Meissen Porcelain, 1710 - 50

Although well-known to specialists, this collection has never before been the subject of a major public exhibition.

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How Santeria Inspires Art in Cuba

Four Cuban artists explore how African spirituality manifested itself and survived in contemporary Latin culture through the practice of Santería.

Last Chance! Fernando Botero: Abu Ghraib

Colombian artist Fernando Botero's paintings and drawings of Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib.

Inside Iran: The Art of Khosrow Hassanzadeh

A former fruit seller and volunteer soldier, Khosrow Hassanzadeh treats subjects as diverse as the Iran-Iraq war, murdered prostitutes, women in chadors and Iranian wrestlers. Hassanzadeh's multi-layered, humanist works place individuals at the centre of things and examine harsh political realities.

Bettina Rheims: Twenty-five Years

French photographer's pictures of women, famous models, movie stars and friends in various stages of undress, nudity or simply nakedness.

Dürer: The Feast of the Rose Garlands 1506 - 2006

According to period testimonies, Albrecht Dürer's painting drew crowds of visitors from all over Europe while the Emperor Rudolf II was determined to acquire it at any cost. Book Tip! The Life and Art of Albrecht Durer by Erwin Panofsky

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Bill Traylor, William Edmonson, and the Modernist Impulse at The Studio Museum in Harlem

An exhibition at The Studio Museum in Harlem features the works of two major figures in American and African-American art history: Bill Traylor, a draftsman from Alabama, and William Edmondson, a sculptor from Tennessee.

Jacques-Louis David: Empire to Exile

Following the end of the radical phase of the French Revolution, Jacques-Louis David was imprisoned and narrowly escaped the guillotine. The summer show at the Clark Art Institute in the Berkshires of Massachusetts traces the evolution of David's work from 1794, following the Reign of Terror, to his death in exile in 1825.

Kosovar Artist To Out New York Lawyers

Kosovar artist Sislej Xhafa targets the power of lawyers in New York and Yugoslav Marina Abramovic re-enacts performance art classics that involve masturbation, crotchless pants and self-mutilation with razor blades.
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