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For all his Old World qualities, Max Hollein has an individualistic streak that promises to disrupt some of the Met’s traditional ways.

Contrasting approaches by two French cartoonists — one of whom was killed in the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attacks — show differing ways of poking fun at the powerful.

The historian and critic, whom the biennale’s president called “a maestro,” will receive the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement.

Officials in Boise, Idaho, were surprised when they stumbled across 11 never-before-seen works by the outsider artist James Castle. His family was less shocked.

“Power to the People” at the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt focuses on the universal subject of politics in art, rather than on the political issues themselves.

“The Metropolis in Latin America,” at the Americas Society, is a tale of ambition, nationalism, violence, technical innovation and economic transformation.

The actress Carly Chaikin, known for playing Darlene on the USA Network drama, has her own artwork at home, along with some other treasured pieces.

The antiquities branch of the Getty Museum goes beyond J. Paul Getty’s original collecting focus.

What’s in a line? Everything, from Twombly’s love of language to his passion for nature. A survey of his postwar work emphasizes his singularity.

Joe Overstreet’s abstract paintings; Jared Bark’s photo-booth ready-mades; Zoe Pettijohn Schade’s large gouaches; and “Clay Today” at the Hole.





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