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It's Rubens vs. Facebook in Fight Over Artistic Nudity

It's Rubens vs. Facebook in Fight Over Artistic Nudity

By Raf Casert | Jul 28
For four centuries, the opulent, exuberant nudes of Peter Paul Rubens have been known to shock and delight in sometimes equal measure. And now somehow, even in 2018, his Baroque paintings are still jolting the internet.

Spain's Salvador Dali Triangle

Spain's Salvador Dali Triangle

Jul 14
If the name Salvador Dali conjures images of melting watches, then a visit to Spain's "Dali Triangle" will not only make for a fantastic road trip, it will show that there's so much more to the renowned surrealist's work.

Psychology Museum Explores What Makes Us Human

Psychology Museum Explores What Makes Us Human

By Mitch Stacy | Jul 10
Wonder Woman's striking visage on large, bright screens just inside the new National Museum of Psychology tells visitors there's more here than dusty books and esoteric curiosities.

Conn. Museum Gives Visitors a Portal to the Past

Conn. Museum Gives Visitors a Portal to the Past

By Jessica Lerner | Jul 3
You can't travel through time, but there is a way you can visit the past.

New Exhibition Explores Michael Jackson as Artists' Inspiration

New Exhibition Explores Michael Jackson as Artists' Inspiration

By Jill Lawless | Jun 30
A new art exhibition in London depicts Michael Jackson as a savior, a saint, an entertainer, an icon, a monarch, a mask and a mystery.

Street Artist Banksy Splashes Paris with Works on Migrants

Street Artist Banksy Splashes Paris with Works on Migrants

Jun 25
Banksy is believed to have taken his message on migration to Paris, which has seen seven works attributed to the provocative British street artist.

Roll Out the Barrel: Christo Artwork Floats on London Lake

Roll Out the Barrel: Christo Artwork Floats on London Lake

By Jill Lawless | Jun 19
The ducks, geese and hardy cold-water swimmers in London's Hyde Park have a new neighbor: a monumental floating structure made from 7,506 stacked barrels colored bright red, mauve and blue.

Broadening the Palette :: Painter Rae Senarighi on His TRANSCENDent Portraits

Broadening the Palette :: Painter Rae Senarighi on His TRANSCENDent Portraits

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 9
Rae Senarighi's work is popping up at showings across the nation. Emotionally articulate, the artist's portraits of trans and gender-nonconforming individuals are authentic, vibrant, and movingly human. The artist recently spoke with EDGE.

Robert Frost Museum Reopens

Robert Frost Museum Reopens

By Lisa rathke | May 26
The famous poet's house, including the 7-acre grounds with rugged old stone walls, a barn and some of the heirloom apple trees from Frost's orchard, is now open again as a museum under the ownership of Bennington College.

For Robert Indiana, 'LOVE' was a Complicated Relationship

For Robert Indiana, 'LOVE' was a Complicated Relationship

By David Sharp | May 23
Pop artist Robert Indiana, best known for his 1960s "LOVE" series, died at his secluded island home off the Maine coast having never found the type of lasting love that was celebrated by thousands through his iconic work.

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