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The artist donated his large sculpture “Bouquet of Tulips” to honor terrorism victims. The project is stuck in red tape, and its critics wish it would disappear.

6/20/2017 2:48:59 PM

The display of a work by Khadija Saye might be a “means to remember her and her neighbors” who were killed, said Andrew Wilson, a Tate senior curator.

6/20/2017 3:57:02 PM

A new courtyard and foyer are designed to help accommodate visitors. Also in the works: a large, temporary exhibition space.

6/18/2017 1:17:02 PM

The artist saw race as something that could be painted on, a scholar says. A new exhibition of his work explores the relationship between artist and subject.

6/16/2017 8:00:32 AM

Employees had demanded better working conditions. The museum said it investigated the complaints and found no labor law violations.

6/20/2017 11:11:49 AM

A Justice Department complaint aims to recover $540 million in assets bought with money it says was stolen from a Malaysian government fund overseen by the country’s prime minister.

6/16/2017 3:38:36 AM

This ever-expanding museum of contemporary art gives populism a good name. Every visitor can find something to like — and probably dislike, too.

6/19/2017 4:28:52 PM

Early Americans subscribed to liberté and égalité — but they collected the paintings of the class that went to the guillotine.

6/15/2017 10:54:53 AM

The Museum of the City of New York celebrates Latin music that was forged in the city with this exhibition, its first to be fully bilingual.

6/15/2017 2:54:04 PM

The new museum dedicated to Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, in Springfield, Mass., left out some controversial political cartoons.

6/21/2017 3:03:46 PM