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Even n° 02


The Louvre Abu Dhabi, opening next year, stands to upend everything we know about museums, and about democracy. Who is it for? by Kanishk Tharoor

Seven of the ten most expensive degrees in the United States are in arts subjects. Black Mountain has given way to manufactories of debt—but art school is at last being reimagined
by Sam Thorne

AND NOW THE FINAL FRAME The new documentary on Amy Winehouse includes footage in formats we've already forgotten: home videos, camcorder candids. Life and death in the last year before Instagram
by Moira Weigel


August 13, 2015, 10:00 a.m., at the top of the Starrett-Lehigh Building

August 25, 2015, 4:00 p.m., in a walkup studio in downtown New York


I. Athens, then. Ancient Greek bronzes come to Malibu in droves. Rachel Harrison and Matthew Barney are skeptical inheritors of an Attic apotheosis
by Travis Diehl

II. Athens, now. At ground zero of a European catastrophe, the future seems a vacuum. But artists are regaining their footing in a city with no room for dreams
by Marina Fokidis

III. Seventy years ago Japan surrendered. The legacy of empire and militarism has reemerged at a museum on the Izu Peninsula, and in the prime minister's office
by Andrew Maerkle

IV. Sarah Charlesworth and Andreas Gursky looked through their lenses and saw very different worlds. The legacy of the Pictures Generation and Düsseldorf school in a smartphone age
by Zoë Lescaze


Malevich meets the censors.
by Philip Tinari

Collier Schorr and her Calvins.
by Philipp Ekardt

Robert Seydel and her sisters.
by Iona Whittaker


The photographs of VANDY RATTANA: Cambodia in peace and sorrow

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