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ESSAYS

THE STETTHEIMER SET
Not just Duchamp, not just Picabia: Florine Stettheimer, painter of parties and department stores, is a modernist master. And today's artists know it
by Matthew J. Abrams

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT
South Korea's first female president is behind bars; Samsung's chief might end up there too. For the directors of the country's cult film scene, Seoul is a viper pit and gangsters are in charge
by Michelle Cho

ORDINARY BEAUTY
The new US president plans, among other outrages, to kill the National Endowment for the Arts. Who would miss it most? A visit to central Iowa
by Emmett Rensin

INTERVIEWS

CHARLINE VON HEYL
CHRISTODOULOS PANAYIOTOU

NEGATIVES

Rei Kawakubo's marriage advice
A studio visit with São Paulo's first lady
Hong Kong's forbidden palace
Eurovision and the new cold war
Emmanuel Macron, culture vulture

REVIEWS

I. The Russian revolution sent art history charging down a new track; the Putin government declined to commemorate it. In New York, Paris, and Moscow, three views of a Soviet century
by Zoë Lescaze

II. Not all artists can travel; but sometimes, a sculpture can stand in their place. LA rediscovers an exiled American; chocolate statues from the Congo have the whiff of colonialism
by Joanna Fiduccia

III. Hollywood air-kisses China's censors; the Met calls Beijing for its spring blockbuster. At the museum and the multiplex, it's tough to divide China's past glories from the Party's present aims
by Kanishk Tharoor

IV. Goya's etchings of broken bodies defended the Enlightenment against an army of unreason. But for his American students, violence is a subtler thing, and images can be complicit in the war
by Travis Diehl

EVEN MORE

Counsel for the months ahead
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PORTFOLIO

The art of JANE CHANG MI, and what you find underwater