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  1. Critic’s Pick

    PhotoInspired juxtapositions in the collection galleries include Henri Matisse’s “The Red Studio” (1911) at left and Alma Woodsey Thomas’s “Fiery Sunset” (1973).
    CreditSuccession H. Matisse/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; Jeenah Moon for The New York Times

    MoMA Reboots With ‘Modernism Plus’

    If they moved Monet, don’t despair. There are stimulating ideas and unexpected talents at every turn, from Africa, Asia, South America, and African America. (And plenty of works by women.)

  2. PhotoThe artist in their archive room at their home in Brooklyn.
    CreditScott J. Ross

    An Artist’s Personal Museum in Brooklyn

    Nayland Blake’s one-bedroom apartment is filled from floor to ceiling with personal treasures and works by their community of queer artists.

  3. Critic’s Pick

    PhotoAn installation view of “Verrocchio: Sculptor and Painter of Renaissance Florence” at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Center, the artist’s bronze “David With the Head of Goliath” (1465).
    CreditBoard of Trustees, National Gallery of Art, Washington; Robert Shelley

    In ‘Verrocchio,’ Leonardo’s Master Is the Star

    A sparkling show at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., reintroduces the Florentine sculptor who set the bar for virtuosity.

  4. Art Reviews

    PhotoInstallation view of Franz Erhard Walther’s retrospective “Migration of Forms 1956-2006” at Peter Freeman.
    CreditArtists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn; Franz Erhard Walther and Peter Freeman; Nicholas Knight Studio

    New York Galleries: What to See Right Now

    Franz Erhard Walther’s canvas sculptures, Jesse Mockrin’s paintings from another century; Greg Parma Smith’s crescent moons and unicorns.

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