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Museums and art galleries: Who's using whom?

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May 19, 2016
The relationship between some museums and galleries has changed, and blurred.
"200 One Dollar Bills" by Andy Warhol, valued at $8 million to $12 million, is displayed during a preview of a Sotheby's in 2009 in New York City. 
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More than a spoon

May 10, 2016
A painter takes comfort in his tools.
Abstract painter Jeffrey Keith says he's been using the spoon pictured above in his studio for the last 25 years.
Courtesy of Jeffrey Keith

Tattoo flash days show industry's growing popularity

Apr 1, 2016
The popularity of tattoo flash days
A flash sheet by Rachel Hauer, tattoo artist at East River Tattoo in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Rachel Hauer/ East River Tattoo

Amanda Palmer talks digital music for the indie musician

Dec 10, 2015
Spotify may offer new options for artists. But they may not be right for everyone.

Documenting art on the US-Mexico border

Sep 11, 2015
Stefan Falke photographs the vibrant culture along the 2,000-mile divide.

Selena lives on via hologram

Apr 9, 2015
A digital version of deceased Latina singer Selena could be going on tour.

Billboards surprise motorists with art instead of ads

Feb 16, 2015
Artists hope the signs spur conversations about social and political issues.

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The daily rituals of creative people

Jan 19, 2015
Mason Currey writes about the lifestyle patterns of 161 creative minds.

Making art affordable

Feb 10, 2012
Home decor businesses are following the fashion world's example, finding artists who'll mass produce their works and sell them in retail stores for a fraction of the cost.