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Everything you ever wanted to know about the art market but didn't know who to ask

We the People

Bringing Diversity to American Museums

By Antwaun Sargent

Right On Time

Augusta Savage’s Deep Legacy

By Jeffreen Hayes, PhD

Art and the First Amendment

Five Works Essential to the History of American Protest

By Christian Viveros-Fauné

Untitled (Protest)

An Essay from Birdtalk

By Richard Prince

Mining the Land

Artists and the Wild West

By Jonathan Griffin

Divisions Run Deep

Racial Segregation As Official Policy

By Maya Benton

Robert Indiana 1928-2018

Maverick American Artist, Overlooked in Plain Sight

By Charlotte Burns

How format affects perception (and value)

Would we think differently of the reclining nude if she stood up?

By Christian Viveros-Fauné with Charlotte Burns

Asia’s most innovative and interesting institutions

Mapping museums from Hong Kong to Japan

By Vivienne Chow with Chelsea Perkins Meredith Kirk Charlotte Burns

Monumental Mistake

All Ears: The Talk in New York

By Linda Yablonsky

Robert Pincus-Witten 1935-2018

In Memoriam

By Amy Cappellazzo

Ten Non-Profits Doing Great Work

Cultural Organizations That Deserve Your Attention

By the AAP team

Nine Museum Shows That Will Change The Game

Upcoming Exhibitions Worthy of Your Support

By Allan Schwartzman, Joe Dunning, and Charlotte Burns

Cosmic Curves

Important Abstract Artists from Latin America (Whose Work You May Not Know)

By Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro

“Awareness Seems to Happen in Waves”

On Next Steps: Lynn Zelevansky, former director of the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh

By Charlotte Burns

The America Issue

Art and the USA 

By Charlotte Burns

Half Mast

On the Protest Paintings

By Richard Prince

The Great Divide

Why European Museums Need More American Art

By Max Hollein