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Eight artists found new ways to see after learning they had macular degeneration. “Nothing to lose is a kind of new freedom,” says one of them.

For his first major outdoor work in Britain, the artist has assembled 7,506 barrels on a lake in Hyde Park, London. He wants the sequel, in Abu Dhabi, to be eight times as tall.

Curators across Europe are increasingly trying “rapid response collecting” to obtain items used in major events just after they happen.

The fresh damage to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow School of Art, an architectural jewel, has left alumni filled with grief and anger.

A critic’s guide to the art in the couple’s new video, from the Mona Lisa to “Raft of the Medusa.”

For Rem Koolhaas and Miuccia Prada, more is more. A luxurious tower of art galleries is the last building on the Prada Foundation’s campus.

Ms. Kusama’s piece, which consists of over a thousand reflective spheres, will be installed on July 1 in Fort Tilden.

Mike Parr has been entombed in a steel box under a busy road in the Australian state of Tasmania since Thursday. Here’s why he did that to himself.

Beyond the Battery and the Great White Way lies Broadway’s less-traveled northern stretch. A walking tour and photo essay reveal its many treasures.

Few exhibitions at the Architecture Biennale go as far as the Cruising Pavilion, a scrappy show devoted to the culture of casual sex.





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