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Previews: KAWS – “Where The End Starts” @ Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

As we previously mentioned, on October 20th, a major survey of the work of KAWS will be opening at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, following up on his 2011 show at the same institution (covered).
How an Aesthete’s Eye Can Help a Doctor’s Hand

How an Aesthete’s Eye Can Help a Doctor’s Hand

Participants in a teaching demonstration that is led by medical and museum educators inspecting an Umberto Boccioni sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art.
Cuba in All Its Natural Glory at the American Museum of Natural History

Cuba in All Its Natural Glory at the American Museum of Natural History

Genaro Mauricio at work on a 3-D version of a coral reef for the American Museum of Natural History exhibition “iCuba!”
How an Aesthete’s Eye Can Help a Doctor’s Hand

How an Aesthete’s Eye Can Help a Doctor’s Hand

Participants in a teaching demonstration that is led by medical and museum educators inspecting an Umberto Boccioni sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art.
How an Aesthete’s Eye Can Help a Doctor’s Hand

How an Aesthete’s Eye Can Help a Doctor’s Hand

Participants in a teaching demonstration that is led by medical and museum educators inspecting an Umberto Boccioni sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art.
Artificial Intelligence as a Bridge for Art and Reality

Artificial Intelligence as a Bridge for Art and Reality

A photo from this year’s Afropunk Fest in Brooklyn, left, was matched by the “Recognition” computer program with Stephen McKenna’s “Venus and Adonis” (1981).
Showing: Maurizio Cattelan – “Not Afraid of Love” @ Monnaie de Paris

Showing: Maurizio Cattelan – “Not Afraid of Love” @ Monnaie de Paris

Currently showing at Monnaie de Paris, Not Afraid of Love is Maurizio Cattelan's largest exhibition since his retrospective in New York five years ago (covered). The controversial artist's largest
Openings: KAWS – “Where The End Starts” @ Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Openings: KAWS – “Where The End Starts” @ Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Last week, the heavily anticipated major survey exhibition of the work of KAWS opened at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, a followup to a show at the same institution in 2011 (covered). Curator
Long Before Twitter, Martin Luther Was a Media Pioneer

Long Before Twitter, Martin Luther Was a Media Pioneer

A portrait of Martin Luther from 1529 by Lucas Cranach the Elder, on view at the Morgan Library & Museum’s exhibition “Word and Image: Martin Luther’s Reformation.”
Technology Invites a Deep Dive Into Art

Technology Invites a Deep Dive Into Art

A virtual reality experience of Dalí’s 1935 painting “Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s ‘Angelus.’”
Technology Invites a Deep Dive Into Art

Technology Invites a Deep Dive Into Art

A virtual reality experience of Dalí’s 1935 painting “Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s ‘Angelus.’”
Giving Special Section: Art Museums Are Looking for That Next Big Gift

Giving Special Section: Art Museums Are Looking for That Next Big Gift

The Bloch family donated 29 pieces to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, including this oil painting by Claude Monet.
Openings: “Juxtapoz x Superflat” @ Vancouver Art Gallery

Openings: “Juxtapoz x Superflat” @ Vancouver Art Gallery

Three months since its debut at the Seattle Art Fair (covered), the Juxtapoz x Superflat group show co-curated by Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco and Takashi Murakami opened on the November 5th at the
Museum Explores Arafat’s Legacy but Leaves Unanswered Questions

Museum Explores Arafat’s Legacy but Leaves Unanswered Questions

Visitors to the Yasir Arafat Museum in the West Bank stood outside the Palestinian leader’s tomb Wednesday, a day before the museum’s public opening.
Ah, Finally, Ancient Clay Tablets for Dessert

Ah, Finally, Ancient Clay Tablets for Dessert

These gingerbread cuneiform cookies were baked by Katy Blanchard of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, who started an archaeo-culinary craze online.
Chinese Museum Mounts an Anselm Kiefer Show, Over the Artist’s Objections

Chinese Museum Mounts an Anselm Kiefer Show, Over the Artist’s Objections

The German artist Anselm Kiefer, shown in 2009, has disavowed a show of his works at a Beijing museum, saying it was organized without his consent.
Sinosphere: The Disappearing Dialect at the Heart of China’s Capital

Sinosphere: The Disappearing Dialect at the Heart of China’s Capital

“You almost never hear the old Beijing dialect on the city streets nowadays,” said Gao Guosen, 68. Mr. Gao has been identified as one of a diminishing number of “pure” speakers of the dialect.
A Navajo Chef Looks to History in His Homage to Native Cuisine

A Navajo Chef Looks to History in His Homage to Native Cuisine

Freddie Bitsoie, right, the executive chef of the Mitsitam Native Foods Cafe at the National Museum of the American Indian, joked with a prep cook, Jamal Gomez, in the kitchen last week.
Guggenheim Helsinki Museum Plans Are Rejected

Guggenheim Helsinki Museum Plans Are Rejected

A rendering of the design for the new Guggenheim Helsinki. Plans for the museum have been voted down.

Upcoming: Mark Ryden – “Cámara de las Maravilla” @ CAC Malaga

On December 16th, Mark Ryden (interviewed) will be opening a major exhibition at the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga (CAC Malaga) entitled Cámara de las Maravilla. (for which a replica of the