This week, satellite images capture lines of cars carrying Armenians fleeing Nagorno-Karabakh, an Ethiopian painting looted by the British Museum, digitizing Urdu script, and much more.
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Though lacking much of its former spark, the show continues to provide a niche for artists outside of the market-driven fair sphere.
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This week, artist studios in Maine, Oregon, New Jersey, and California.
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Naudline Pierre’s otherworldly drawings, Yusuke Saito’s ceramic pizzas, Pueblo pottery, and more.