Julie Genereux

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For The Love of Basquiat

More than 25 years after Jean-Michel Basquiat died of a drug overdose, at 27, his most devoted collectors, Lenore and Herbert Schorr, are sharing their treasures in a show at New York’s Acquavella Galleries. Their memories of the artist, a surrogate son, illuminate his struggle to be seen.<p>‘We were …

The Best Of Hieronymus Bosch, History’s Trippiest Painter

For the first time, the complete works of medieval painter Hieronymus Bosch have been published in a lavish book. See a devil on ice skates, mystical visions of religious ecstasy, and naked ladies with blueberries for heads.<p>More than 400 years before LSD was even invented, the Netherlandish artist …

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Come the culture vultures

<b>A global boom in museums is under way</b><p>MUSEUMS are enjoying a new golden age. There are at least 55,000 museums across the world, more than double the …

Poets, meet translators

Several noted Spanish-language poets are visiting Harvard this week in a unique event that pairs the poets and their works with top translators in …

American Apparel’s ‘Period Power’ T-Shirt Lays Bare the Labia and Tackles a Taboo

Petra Collins wants you to gaze at a real woman’s erogenous zone without shying away. The Canadian artist collaborated with illustrator Alice …

New Love

“Blue Is the Warmest Color.”<p>Rumors, rumbles, and other palpitations have beset “Blue Is the Warmest Color” since it showed at the Cannes Film Festival, in May. The jury, chaired by Steven Spielberg, awarded the Palme d’Or to the director, Abdellatif Kechiche, and his two leading ladies. Clearly, …

10 Terrifying And Beautiful Edvard Munch Works That Aren't 'The Scream'

When you hear the name Edvard Munch, a single image probably comes to mind. We would bet it's some variation of his iconic portrait of bloodcurdling anxiety, "The Scream."<p>Although we're partial to this portrait of a baldie having a complete and utter meltdown on a bridge, there's more to love when …

Christie’s v the people’s army

IN 1779 the estate of Sir Robert Walpole, Britain’s first prime minister, sold an art collection to Catherine the Great. The private sale, which …

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