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Art & Culture

Culture Calendar: April 2015

Culture Calendar: April 2015

What to do, watch, and see this month.

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On the Scene: Hong Kong Arts Week 2015

On the Scene: Hong Kong Arts Week 2015

Interior designer and lifestyle guru Maria Brito recaps a week spent roaming the city’s local art scene and touring the buzzy, third annual international art fair.

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A Tribute to the Bound Book: Aldus Manutius at the Grolier Club

A Tribute to the Bound Book: Aldus Manutius at the Grolier Club

A new exhibit commemorates the 500th anniversary of the death of Aldus Manutius, the groundbreaking printer.

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Book Review: "Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be" by Frank Bruni

Book Review: "Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be" by Frank Bruni

New York Times columnist Frank Bruni examines the madness and folly behind the increasingly competitive race for admission to America’s elite colleges.

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Surround Audience: The Art World's Next Stars

Surround Audience: The Art World's Next Stars

Emerging artists explore the effects of technology and late capitalism on the human experience in this year's edition of the New Museum's Triennial, on view through May 24.

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Art & Culture | March/ April 2015

Higher education is broken in America, a casualty of exorbitant tuition costs and antiquated methods. The author of The End of College, Kevin Carey finds hope in a new, nomadic school.

The University of Everywhere
Art & Culture | March/ April 2015

Synthetic biology will shape the 21st century the way computing changed the 20th. Bioartist Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg tells us what the future might look like.

Designing the Biotech Revolution: Daisy Ginsberg
Art & Culture | March/ April 2015

Forgotten for nearly a century, an avant-garde masterpiece is reborn.

Deco Redux
Art & Culture | March/ April 2015

Handel’s ill-fated love story gets a towering new treatment.

Temple of Doom: Zhang Huan Produces George Frideric Handel’s Semele
Art & Culture | March/ April 2015

As comfortable on the boards as he is on film sets, Ralph Fiennes returns this February to London’s National Theatre in the role of Jack Tanner, the radical intellectual, Don Juan–esque lead of George Bernard Shaw’s 1903 tragicomedy, Man and Superman.

A Fiennes Romance
Art & Design | March/ April 2015

If you didn’t Instagram the exhibit, were you really there? Jason Chen wonders how the photo-sharing app is changing art-going.

No Photos, Please: Instagram-Ready Art
Art & Culture | March/ April 2015

In March, Christie’s will put up a landmark sale: the personal collection of Robert Ellsworth, arguably the world’s preeminent collector of Asian art.

An Auction Fit for a King: Robert Ellsworth's Personal Collection
Art & Culture | March/ April 2015

The January terrorist attacks in France’s capital shocked and galvanized its citizens in equal measure. Christopher Dickey gauges the mood in the days that followed.

Letter from Paris
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In reaction to the Brooklyn Museum’s retrospective, Artsy's curator at large Matthew Israel asks what's next for the New York–based artist, best known for his series of large-scale portraits of contemporary African American subjects.

Kehinde Wiley's "A New Republic" at the Brooklyn Museum
Art & Design

In a new exhibition in New York, the daughter of Afghan president Ashraf Ghani explores nation-building, memory, and history.

Artist Mariam Ghani Tackles Afghanistan's History and Identity