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An interview with Dana Miller, curator of Carmen Herrera: Lines of Sight

Ivy Sanders Schneider– Carmen Herrera, who will celebrate her 102nd birthday this year, is finally a household name. Born in Havana, Cuba, Herrera has lived and worked in New York for over sixty years, but sold her first piece of art in 2002. She had her first major retrospective last

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How Do We Curate a Global Collection?

Contemporary curation must again and again situate art exhibition within a global conversation. The Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art exhibition currently at the Seattle Art Museum affords the museum an opportunity to embrace a fresh strategy for staging global art. The curatorial event provides an exchange among a diverse collection

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Washington Crossing the Delaware

December 25th, 1776 is a deeply meaningful day in the history of the Revolutionary War and the legend of the creation of the United States.  That night, General George Washington began a surprise attack against Hessian forces in Trenton, New Jersey.  Planned – in earnest and in secrecy – for

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