Shedding new light on radical postwar Japanese artists

International art fairs may be the malls of billionaires and celebrities, but they also provide an equal and rare opportunity for all who attend to spend time with art that may not be reviewed for decades and to gain insight into the history that in some places remains under-explored. Even …

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In Denver, pandemic deepens artistic collaboration

This article is part of our last special report on museums, which emphasizes reopening, reinvention and resilience. Museum exhibits are always collaborations to some extent, as artists and curators work together to create them. But “Either: Marie Watt and Cannupa Hanska Luger», Opening this weekend at Denver Art Museum, reflects …

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EFE photographer wins Panama journalism award

Panama City, May 20 (EFE) .- EFE news agency photographer Bienvenido Velasco was honored Thursday at Panama’s 2021 National Journalism Awards for an image he took of two migrants of thousands of people passing through the country on its way to North America. “The Path of Immigration to Darien” won …

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