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Frankenthaler stands in front of Sands (in progress) in her studio in New York in 1964.

Archive: Helen Frankenthaler

On the legacy of artist Helen Frankenthaler—a self-described “square” and the pioneer of the freewheeling, feeling-focused Color Field movement.

08/08/2020
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Last Night

What did artist and designer Luke Edward Hall do with his evening?

08/08/2020
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Tiny Temper

It's the little things that count—and that drive us to distraction.

29/04/2020
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Marion Motin

The celebrated choreographer talks to Daphnée Denis about her belief in “immediate movement”—and why touring with Madonna almost broke her.

29/04/2020
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Birdwatching: Jason Ward

Whether trapped in a bad situation or just terrible traffic, watching birds in flight has always helped naturalist Jason Ward unwind.

29/04/2020
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Alexis Sablone

Not many architects skate for their country, and not many skateboarders design the parks they skate in.

29/04/2020
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Jenny Slate

What do you get when you cross a free spirit with a stand-up comedian? At home in Los Angeles, Jenny Slate delivers the punch line.

29/04/2020
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Run for Your Life

Debika Ray meets the white-collar workers giving up vacations to participate in races that prioritize mental stamina—and money—over physical fitness.

29/04/2020
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Rebecca Horn

The German conceptual artist Rebecca Horn has spent a half-century using fans, feathers and curious masks to extend the human body.

29/04/2020
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