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From 2007 to 2012, the late architect Lebbeus Woods kept a blog that offers a peek into the mind of one of our most visionary contemporary creators.

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DETROIT — “There’s something weirdly comforting about knowing there’s a load of cities in the world that are in the same situation,” said Chloë Brown.

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Once actually home to a 99-cent store, 99¢ Plus Gallery currently resembles a business in the lighting district on the Bowery — one that would take the cake for the most eccentric wares along that electrified stretch.

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In 1958, renowned Dutch filmmaker Bert Haanstra visited the Royal Leerdam glass factory in the Netherlands, where glassblowers created handmade crystal wares.

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LOS ANGELES — The title of the exhibition How to Remove Stains seems to be lifted from an article in Good Housekeeping — blemishes, quelle horreur!

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Crimes of the Art

by Benjamin Sutton on April 5, 2016

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On this week’s art crime blotter: an artist sued two dealers for plotting to split up and sell off his installation, the Pompidou’s former managing director racked up €40,000 in taxi fees, and a group of art students accused their professor of being a sleazeball.

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On Easter Sunday, a tombstone engraved with Donald Trump’s name and the message “Made America Hate Again” mysteriously popped up in the middle of Central Park.

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