There's a great scene from the deposition of artist Richard Prince as described in Randy Kennedy's New York Times story today that shows that sometimes art and law don't do so well together.
Ernest Shackleton's ship lay crippled in Antarctica. A photographer documented it
A cow, a civil rights suit, and some unpopular Polish programs--and you thought classical music was boring
Zoom in to see the individual brush-strokes of paintings in art galleries all over the world
W magazine calls its nude photo spread of Kardashian an artistic "meditation"
Object to being serenaded by a starting pistol, bongos, and narrator? Not for long...
On Twitter, jeers--and a few cheers--for a not-so-modern stone-age family
The former White House budget director muses on Mozart and the rewards of practice
A violist explores the relationship between traditional Western music and Judaism
The Barnes Foundation's move to metropolitan Philadelphia inflames the art world
A tale of Paris intrigue raises the irresistible question
You couldn't have paid $106.5 million for something good?
Professionals grade 20 examples in their quest for the ideal
Art critics and business bloggers ponder the continued value of Andy Warhol's many works
Federal art agencies reignite a culture war replete with liberal celebrities and rap-bashing conservatives
What does the president's taste in painting say about his politics?
A controversial conference call, claims of government power abuse, and another scalp for the blogosphere
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