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A few hundred years in the borough, from the brownstones to the shipyards. Our critic chats with a fourth-generation Brooklynite and historian.

5/21/2020 10:41:08 AM

As the art world mulls whether a return to “normalcy” should be its goal, publishers mine the archives of artists who found their own counterpaths.

5/21/2020 10:19:09 AM

How do you get discovered in a teetering art world? Graduating students organize shows with peers, team up with dealers — and lobby for relief funds. Will they bring change?

5/20/2020 11:41:40 PM

Although the Guggenheim’s “Countryside” show was shuttered by the pandemic, its crop of cherry tomatoes is still growing, and feeding New Yorkers.

5/17/2020 5:02:20 PM

Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.

5/20/2020 12:55:13 PM

Rahima Gambo’s wanderings, Yoriyas’s Moroccan photo scenes, Amos Paul Kennedy Jr.’s “Pile of Bricks,” Slavs and Tatars’ archival gems, Vanessa Bell’s Buenos Aires.

5/20/2020 11:13:23 AM

The “Gilgamesh Dream Tablet” was displayed at the Museum of the Bible in Washington until the authorities seized it in 2019.

5/19/2020 5:46:51 PM

Frieze New York proved surprisingly robust, answering the question, “Can a fair survive online?”

5/15/2020 11:21:22 AM

This year’s international architecture show moves to 2021, and the next art exhibition will also be delayed a year, to 2022.

5/18/2020 1:45:25 PM

From reconsidering your lighting to upgrading your bedding, suggestions for making the space you’re isolating in feel new again.

5/21/2020 12:51:12 PM