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Highly-Anticipated 'Savage Beauty' Opens in London: Alexander McQueen's Creative Legacy Lives On

Highly-Anticipated "Savage Beauty" Opens in London: Alexander McQueen's Creative Legacy Lives On

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Highly-Anticipated 'Savage Beauty' Opens in London: Alexander McQueen's Creative Legacy Lives On

Highly-Anticipated "Savage Beauty" Opens in London: Alexander McQueen's Creative Legacy Lives On

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Highly-Anticipated 'Savage Beauty' Opens in London: Alexander McQueen's Creative Legacy Lives On

Highly-Anticipated "Savage Beauty" Opens in London: Alexander McQueen's Creative Legacy Lives On

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Highly-Anticipated 'Savage Beauty' Opens in London: Alexander McQueen's Creative Legacy Lives On

Highly-Anticipated "Savage Beauty" Opens in London: Alexander McQueen's Creative Legacy Lives On

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9 Billionaire Art Museums

The institution—which has outposts in Venice and Milan—has hosted over two dozen solo shows since its inception, spotlighting contemporary artists such as Anish Kapoor, Mariko Mori, Enrico Castellani, and Steve McQueen.

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Feast Your Eyes: The Top 5 Sales at Art Basel Hong Kong

David Zwirner Gallery, New York and London

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The Broad - In Photos: Inside America's Most Anticipated Museum

A steel and concrete shell called the "veil" encases America's most anticipated museum, the Broad.

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Paris' Picasso Museum Reopens After Five Years Of Drawn-Out Renovations

Following five years of renovations intended to last only two years, the Musée Picasso Paris has opened its doors to display over 5,000 works by Pablo Picasso that spent the time in storage or on the road for exhibitions. The museum, housed in a 17th-century mansion known as the Hôtel Salé in the Marais District, reopened on Saturday.

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Belgian Artist Johan Creten Has Been Turning Clay Into Art For The Past 25 Years

View of Johan Creten's solo show The Vivisector at Galerie Perrotin, Paris, in 2013

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has put its epic, 1930’s Thomas Hart Benton mural “America Today” on display in its American wing for the first time since it received the cycle from AXA Equitable Life Insurance company in 2012.