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The Personal History Behind One Hundred Years of Solitude
Gabriel García Márquez had serious doubts about whether the novel was good at all
Thar She Glows! How the Natural History Museum Cleans Its Blue Whale
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Noose Found Inside African American Museum in Washington
The National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington.
You Can Now Visit a Museum Dedicated to Dr. Seuss
It's like walking into one of his books
Auction of Rockefeller Art Is to Benefit Charities
David and Peggy Rockefeller, in 1973. The proceeds of the auction of the couple’s personal art collection will benefit a dozen charities.
Here’s How to Make ‘Victory Cake’ With a Recipe From the World War II Home Front
The recipes were written with rationing in mind
Gaudí’s First Built House Opens to the Public for the First Time in its 130-Year-Old History
Built between 1883 and 1885, Casa Vicens is the very first home designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. During most of the Barcelona home’s 130-year-old history it served as a private residence,
Art & Culture
Sydney Art Museum Receives Big Funding Boost
“Kesh Alphabet,” an installation by Emily Floyd in the foyer of the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Watch: Take a tour through comics history at the Hall of Heroes Museum
SYFY Wire Contributing Editor Mike Avila gets a guided tour through the world's largest superhero memorabilia collection at the Hall of Heroes Museum in Elkhart, Indiana.
Putin-Era Taboo: Telling Why Some Soviets Aided Nazis
Vladimir Melikhov at his museum in Podolsk, Russia, which is focusing on the persecution that followed Russia’s 1917 revolution.
At the Dr. Seuss Museum: Oh, the Places They Don’t Go!
An exhibition inside the Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, which just opened.
Letter 15: From Courtney Barnett to Beer Snake
Participants prepare for the Nude Solstice Swim on Tuesday, as part of the Dark Mofo winter festival in Hobart, Tasmania.
An old symbol of white supremacy hangs around the National Mall
“It’s a cheap and low-tech symbol that can get a nuclear reaction.”People wait in line to enter the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall in
Steven Cohen, Billionaire Collector, Gives $50 Million to MoMA
The hedge fund manager Steven A. Cohen. The foundation of Mr. Cohen and his wife, Alexandra, donated the money to the Museum of Modern Art’s capital campaign, and a gallery will be named for them.
Showing: Slinkachu @ The Museum of Fine Arts (Ghent, Belgium)
Currently at the The Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent, Belgium, Slinkachu has some works on view as part of a new group show Manufactories of Caring Space-Time. Not only does the UK-based artist have his
How a Russian Street Art Museum Defies Kremlin Censors
St. Petersburg is a museum city, its gold-filigreed heart pulsing with tsarist palaces, Baroque churches, and Art Nouveau mansions. The city’s historical fantasia charms millions of tourists every
Canada Letter: Shaping History at a Revamped Museum
A portion of the newly refurbished Canadian Museum of History devoted to the formation of the country in 1867.
Christian Boltanski Project Touches Bologna’s Traumas, and His Own
A billboard image is part of Christian Boltanski’s citywide art project in Bologna, Italy.
This Number Will Text You a Work of Art Based on What You Want to See
This is the pick-me-up you need
Text SFMOMA Your Favorite Emoji and Receive an Artwork From Their Vast Collection
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's newest tech tool allows any smartphone user to gain access to the artworks hidden behind their archive doors, a collection so large that it would stretch 121.3
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