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Lina Bo Bardi is everywhere

Lina Bo Bardi, the Italian-born, Brazilian modernist architect, has been referred to as “Brazil’s best-kept secret” and an “overlooked creative innovator.”  Her trajectory toward international fame and critical acclaim has been ascendant since her death in 1992, and seems to have reached a peak.  Bo Bardi figures large in the current MoMA

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In Commemoration of Lucian Freud

Follow @yaleARTbooks Painter Lucian Freud, grandson of Sigmund Freud, died on this day one year ago, and it is on this anniversary that we reflect on the English artist’s extraordinary legacy.  Perhaps best-known for his nude portraits, Freud perfected his style of portraiture during a period in the history of

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