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After More Than 50 Years, Michael Heizer Is Finally Ready to Unveil 'City,' His Life's Work. Here's…
Heizer’s sprawling installation of manmade forms in the dusty Nevada desert runs a mile and a half long and can only be explored on foot.
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Researchers in Vietnam Discovered That Two Deer Antlers Languishing in Museum Storage Are Actually 2,000-Year-Old Musical Instruments
After languishing in museum storage, two deer antlers have been found to represent the earliest-known stringed instruments in Southeast Asia.
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As a Crypto Winter Descends on the NFT World, Celebrities Ditch Their Bored Ape Twitter Profile Pictures
Jimmy Fallon, Shonda Rhimes, Travis Barker, and Meek Mill are among the celebrities who have foregone their NFT avatars.
An Italian Artist Auctioned Off an ‘Invisible Sculpture’ for $18,300. It’s Made Literally of Nothing
“It is a work that asks you to activate the power of the imagination,” the artist, Salvatore Garau, said of his sculpture.
Author Roxane Gay, Who Loves Art But Dislikes the Art World, Has Some Advice for Galleries: 'Stop…
The author and essayist spoke to Artnet News about collecting, navigating the art world as a newcomer, and more.
Meet Nadia Lee Cohen, an Artist Whose Astounding, Shape-Shifting Self-Portraits Are Drawing Crowds in Hollywood
The young British photographer and filmmaker is making her U.S. debut with “HELLO, My Name Is” at Jeffrey Deitch in Los Angeles.
In Pictures: See Images of the Hundreds of Flawlessly Preserved Mummies and Bronze Statues Archaeologists Just Unveiled…
Archaeologists at the necropolis of Saqqara near Cairo have discovered a cache of 250 ancient Egyptian mummies.
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