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Train, Buttocks Among Contenders for Art's Turner Prize

Sep 26
A model train and bare buttocks are among artworks nominated for the prestigious Turner Prize.

"60 Minutes" Looks into Mysterious Trove of Picasso Art

Sep 24
Bill Whitaker brings us a story about Pablo Picasso's former electrician and his wife who came forward with 271 never-before-seen pieces of work, claiming they were a gift from the painter. But was this trove really a gift?

Museum Invites Visitors to Use 18-Karat Gold Toilet

Sep 16
A New York City museum is offering visitors a chance to sit on a golden throne, but only in private.

Brooklyn Bridge Park Brings Pop-Up LGBT Art to 'Photoville'

Sep 13
United Photo Industries has announced the fifth annual Photoville, a free pop-up photography village in and around 55+ shipping containers turned into galleries in Brooklyn Bridge Park, Sept 21-25.

Nude Statues of Trump Pop Up in Cities Around America

Aug 19
He's overweight, arguably obnoxious, twice divorced, ill-informed on American history and current policy, a noted germaphobe, and the darling to xenophobic voters everywhere. But is Donald Trump art?

38th Annual Long's Park Art Festival Scheduled for Labor Day Weekend 2016

Aug 15
The Long's Park Amphitheater Foundation presents the 38th Annual Long's Park Art Festival, Friday, September 2nd through Sunday, September 4th on Labor Day Weekend.

Cape Ann Sisterhood Exhibit Hits North Shore Arts Association

By EDGE | Aug 4
From August 5th to September 18th, the Cape Ann Sisterhood will be presenting an exhibit of paintings at North Shore Arts Association in Gloucester. The opening reception will take place on Friday, August 5 from 5-8 p.m. The public is invited to attend.

Harlem Burgeons as an Art Gallery District

By Ula Ilnytzky | Aug 2
Harlem is still a long way from replacing Chelsea or Brooklyn as the epicenter of the city's art scene, but Harlem is now home to about a dozen galleries and in the fall, two more big-name galleries are slated to open.

Stroke of Eros

By Sura Wood | Jul 31
Fantastical gay men are, politely speaking, "exercising their virilities" at the GLBT History Museum, though there's nothing polite about the sexually explicit imagery and full-frontal nudity on uninhibited display.

Bronx Museum Presents 'Art AIDS America' Exhibition

By EDGE | Jul 29
This summer The Bronx Museum of the Arts presents "Art AIDS America," the first exhibition to examine the deep and ongoing influence of the AIDS crisis on American art and culture.

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