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    Taking Chances

    El Anatsui, Earth’s Skin, 2007. Aluminum and copper wire.

    Artist El Anatsui talks to Art & Antiques’ Ted Loos about happy accidents, open-ended works and his current show at the Brooklyn Museum. Continue reading

    Out of Darkness, Light


    Born from the trauma of World War II, a unique kind of painting took form in San Francisco in the ’40s—abstract, expressionist, but totally different from the New York School. Continue reading