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A Storytelling Tradition with No Ending
The National Museum of the American Indian reveals 57 new acquisitions and an ambitious new direction
Brooklyn Museum's 'Agitprop!' Explores a Century of Creative Activism
“Agitprop!” offers a historic context for today’s mass culture of protest, and an open-ended preview of its cutting edge
Museums Open Up to Power of Wiki
Art museums have begun to embrace Wikipedia as a symbiotic partner in a hyper-connected, ever-expanding information network.
How Kongo Art Became A Call to Action
A Metropolitan Museum of Art show explores the ways Kongo artworks responded (sometimes subversively) to political and religious changes
Frank Stella's Titles Let You See Inside His Brain
The artist who notoriously said “what you see is what you see” is revealed as a master of double entendres that interconnect with visual puns and literary wormholes.
Connecting Jack the Dripper and Jack the Doodler
Pollock collection show at MoMA upends curatorial policy by uniting major paintings with prints and drawings
The Influential Chinese Contemporary Artist You've Never Heard Of
Mischief-making artist Zhang Hongtu has built a five-decade career out of skewering icons with deft irreverence
Fall Arts 2015: What’s Ahead
From Picasso in 3-D to Bruce Willis on Broadway, this autumn offers a bounty of cultural choices. Here, The Wall Street Journal’s guide to what to see, read and hear this season...