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    China cancels planned trade talks with U.S. next week amid escalation of tariff threats

  • Intimate Encounters with Modern Art

    The Glenstone Museum in Maryland unveils an expanded campus and a world-class collection

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  • Two by Two

    A London exhibition of work by famous artistic couples reveals the tensions of partnership

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  • Strange and Stirring Bruegel

    Works by the founder of an art dynasty are gathered in Vienna for a ‘never to be repeated’ show

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  • Splendor on the Canals: Tintoretto on View in Venice

    The ambitiously scaled, innovative works of the 16th-century painter will come early next year to Washington’s National Gallery.

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  • When the Contrasts of Modern Japan Came Into Focus

    At the Freer/Sackler in Washington, D.C., an exhibit of photos will capture wartime tragedy, rural beauty, toppled traditions

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  • Picasso Before Cubism, in Blue and Rose

    A show at Paris’s Musée d’Orsay brings together the master’s waifs, wastrels, acrobats and clowns

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  • When Chagall and Malevich Battled in Russia

    At New York‘s Jewish Museum, a new exhibition will focus on how an art school spurred a bitter division in the shadow of the Russian Revolution.

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  • In London, Videogames Ascend into the Art World

    An exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum sets its sights on design, large-scale hits, indie games and fanatic fans.

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  • In the Hamptons, This Artist Builds the Boat And Serves the Coffee

    Cameroon-born Barthélémy Toguo treats serious issues in a vivid style.

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  • At Museums, a Vanished Chinese Realm of Female Power

    In Salem, Mass., and Washington, D.C., silk robes, paintings and a massage roller evoke China’s elite Qing women.

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  • Faces of Old Vienna

    Dora Kallmus and Moriz Nähr photographed the geniuses and celebrities of their time

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  • A Modern Portraitist, Ahead of His Time

    Lorenzo Lotto of Venice, overshadowed by his contemporaries, was rediscovered centuries later

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  • In a Los Angeles Exhibition, 3-D in All Its Dimensions

    From 1830s science to 1950s monster movies, from avant-garde experimenters to recent blockbusters, an eye-filling survey at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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  • The National Gallery Sees the Humor in Its Own Collection—and Puts It on View

    ‘Sense of Humor,’ opening July 15, spans some six centuries of satire, parody and other funny stuff.

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  • Leonardo in an Art Workshop: The Boy Most Likely to Succeed

    A new exhibition at Yale shows the artist’s staggering gifts as he trained in the workshop of Andrea del Verrocchio in Florence.

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  • In Denver, Landscapes Soaked, Digitized and Irradiated

    A museum exhibition includes photographers who sometimes bypass the camera; 18 million Flickr sunsets

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  • A Century of Fashion and Photographic Genius

    In Los Angeles, an ambitious Getty exhibition includes Steichen, Avedon and Penn, and celebrates the little-known.

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  • Baselitz’s Art—Upside Down and Otherwise—Comes to Washington

    Germany’s Georg Baselitz, whose six decades of work includes frequent wartime references, will get a retrospective at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

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  • Souvenirs of a Prince’s Passage to India

    From gold-mounted tiger claws to peacock-feather gear for battling flies, two London exhibitions present treasures from the subcontinent.

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  • In New York, Rockwell’s Vision of FDR’s ‘Freedoms’

    Four beloved paintings that raised millions in war bonds headline a major exhibition; ‘Rosie the Riveter’ at work.

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  • Nordic Exposure: A Seattle Museum Celebrates Immigrants

    In Seattle’s expanded Nordic Museum, a striking building houses a collection ranging from ancient stone tools to Angry Birds.

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  • Wayne Thiebaud, Famed for the Art of Sweets, Has Portrayed Far More

    Known for portraying cakes and pies, Wayne Thiebaud has sketched landscapes, musicians and much more, a Morgan Library exhibition in New York shows.

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  • Fashion’s Glorification—and Devastation—of Nature

    From hummingbird hats to oat-plant couture, an exhibition at London’s V&A depicts fashion as a double-edged sword—and looks at its future

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  • In Dallas, the Golden Legacy of Ghana

    At the Dallas Museum of Art, an exhibition shows how gold was interwoven with every aspect of Asante culture and political power.

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  • Two Museums Conjure the Days When Fans Were in the Air

    At the de Young Museum and the Legion of Honor Museum, both in San Francisco, 18th-century painted fans display images of celebrity, myth and mourning.

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