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Karen Sue Smith is the former editorial director of America.

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For the first time, viewers in the United States can see 193 of Hilma af Klint's earliest abstractions in “Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future,” at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City.
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While Hockney’s greatness as an artist is an ongoing debate, the popularity of his work is beyond dispute.
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The Met spent eight years securing 133 drawings plus paintings, sculptures and architectural models from 50 different institutions and individuals in Europe and the United States.
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Health care is market-driven, yet the health care market is unlike other markets.
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Karen Sue Smith reviews "Bosch & Bruegel" by
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Kerry James Marshall (b. 1955) has a vocation within a vocation.
“James Hunter Black Draftee” by Alice Neel, 1965. (COMMA Foundation, Belgium © The Estate of Alice Neel)
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A new museum of contemporary art opens in New York.
The Met Breuer (Photo: Ed Lederman)
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The contemporary focus marks a deep shift, like the moving of tectonic plates under the Metropolitan.
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The artist’s lively, hope-filled cut-outs
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'Beethoven: The Man Revealed,' by John Suchet