by Jillian Steinhauer on May 26, 2015

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Celebrate the reopening of New York’s smallest museum, visit Picasso’s “Le Tricorne” tapestry in its new home, take a day to explore obscure and overlooked places throughout NYC — and most importantly, learn how to become Insta-famous!

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Post image for USC Roski Dean Denies the MFA Program Problems Claimed by #USC7

LOS ANGELES — Hyperallergic has received a new letter sent from Dean Muhl to the USC Roski community, and a “fact sheet” from the USC7.

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Post image for An Important Library of Congress Acquisition Helps People See the US Civil War in 3D

The Library of Congress has acquired 540 stereoscopes from Robin G. Stanford, an 87-year-old grandmother from Houston, Texas, who’s spent the past four decades doggedly collecting them.

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DETROIT — Entering the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit for Rob Pruitt’s new exhibition, the viewer is enticed immediately by a meticulous grid of President Obama–themed, patriotic-colored paintings.

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Post image for Fantasy and Utopia in the Metropolitan Museum’s Chinese Fashion Show

China was, and will always be, in its heart of hearts, an empire — whether it is royal, revolutionary, or techno-bureaucratic-communist-cum-capitalist.

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I used to think being an artist was all about wearing a beret.

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Post image for Artist Tania Bruguera Temporarily Detained During the Havana Biennial

Artist Tania Bruguera was detained by Cuban police yesterday in her Havana home after concluding the final reading of her project, the Hannah Arendt International Institute for Artivism.

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Required Reading

by Hrag Vartanian on May 24, 2015

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This week, France’s faux prehistoric cave, Palmyra’s importance, does color exist, dangers of selfie sticks, and more.

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Weekend Words: Arm

by Weekend Editors on May 24, 2015

Federico Fiori Barocci,

This week came the report of a new robotic arm that can be operated with the power of thought.

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Josh Groban, Canary

by Lucas Fagen on May 24, 2015

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Let’s take a moment to examine Josh Groban’s voice, shall we?

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