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Exhibition Review: Fashion for a Blurring Binary

A show at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston tracks gender-bending through a century of clothing that defied rigid rules of sexuality.

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A British Interior Designer’s Tricks for Staying Organized

In her bustling London office, Beata Heuman labels liberally, files in an antique cabinet — and still finds a place to watercolor.

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The museum announced commissions from Wangechi Mutu and Kent Monkman and the world premiere of a video installation by Ragnar Kjartansson on Thursday.

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Immense and indomitable, the country’s dramatic topography and climate have produced unique and spectacular takes on Modernist architecture.

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A new publisher, AWA, will have a connected superhero universe as well as stand-alone comics.

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For its annual orchid display, the New York Botanical Garden has drawn inspiration from Southeast Asia. Rich beauty abounds.

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A major retrospective in Venice assembles more than 80 of the artist’s canvases, plus a huge mosaic of Italian marble.

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The artist dances with wolves, and hunters, in his new film “Redoubt,” shot in his native Idaho. It’s the most emancipated work of his career.

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A British museum has returned locks of an emperor’s hair to Ethiopia. But dealing with culturally sensitive objects is not always so simple.

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Jonathan Gardner’s wry, lush and pleasurable paintings; Jae and Wadsworth Jarrell’s master works; two shows refiguring the future of new media; and Fin Simonetti on the myths of masculinity.

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The Milan Triennial showcases projects by designers, architects and artists that highlight humanity’s troubled relationship to nature.

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An exhibition at the Jewish Museum in London looks at 2,000 years of negative stereotypes through historical objects and works of art.

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Inmensos e indomables, el dramatismo de la topografía y el clima del país han producido vertientes únicas y espectaculares en la arquitectura moderna.

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The Swiss artists Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger recreate famous historical photos in their studio, to remind us we shouldn’t always believe what we see.

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At 80, perseverance drives America’s grand old master painter. More prolific than ever, he says that facing cancer "hasn't made me work any differently. It's just an extra thing to think about."

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A legal clause had essentially given the development ownership of pictures of its 150-foot-high art installation that visitors shared on social media.

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Tefaf Maastricht is Europe’s largest marketplace for old-master paintings and antiques. The problem is that most collectors nowadays want contemporary art.

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