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  • Casting the Divine at the Rubin Museum

    On view through July 13, 2012, Casting the Divine showcases over a hundred works of art from the “Nyingjei...

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  • Duncan Phyfe, A New York Artisan

    In 1784, Duncan Phyfe arrived in New York a struggling immigrant apprenticed to a cabinetmaker. By the early 1800s,...

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  • Bamboo Master Yufu Masataka

    Born in Beppu, 1941, a time and place where bamboo craftsmen, including the artist’s father, were working towards the...

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  • A New Twist to Old Rooms

    Playing House, which opened Friday 24, at the Brooklyn Museum adds new perspective to an old and much-loved exhibit....

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  • International Art Jewelry

    Currently on view at Forbes Galleries, “International Art Jewelry 1895-1925” is an expansive look at the emergence of art...

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  • The Game of Kings

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art is proud to introduce its new exhibition, The Game of Kings: Medieval Ivory Chessmen...

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  • Judith Leiber Handbags

    Judith Leiber Lizar Karung handbag, 1990s, Treasures & Pleasures Gallery Judith Leiber, the name in handbags of elegant luxury,...

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  • Samanid Slip-Painted Pottery

    In the long and vibrant history of Islamic art, the Samanid Dynasty (AD 819-999) though short-lived was one of...

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  • Original Miami Beach Antique Show

    Antique Week in New York City has drawn to a close but as every antiques dealer knows, the biggest...

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  • Japanese Woodblock Prints

    The earliest example of Japanese woodblock printing dates to the 8th century when Empress Koken commissioned one million small...

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