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In 2013, a frightening experience in Northern Mali forced photographer Émilie Régnier to rethink her career.
As April comes to a close and the weather warms, we present the month's best art books for reading while reposed on park benches.
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you'd want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.
As a bold new youth scene takes root in Paris, one French photographer captures his friends and fellow compatriots at their most intimate and most feral.
The monumental work of the Los Angeles mixed-media artist turns the American dream inside out and lets all the messy parts spill out. Kaari Upson may just be the artist of our age.
As the conversation concerning the omission of artists of color from the mainstream canon grows ever more impassioned, a new exhibition opening this month at the Brooklyn Museum offers a welcome, much-needed corrective.
With more than 250 art fairs occurring every year around the world, the pressure for each fair to differentiate itself is high.
The best art books of the month, from James Baldwin to Nicolas Jaar to a documentation of Deep Springs College.… https://t.co/QWhKifdDyY