Covering The Arts In Tumultuous Times
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Jacqueline Kennedy's Style Legacy
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The photos in his series Congo Democratic "trace some aspects of the individuals and institutions that have been in power in the Congo," writes photographer Guy Tillim. Here, presidential candidate Jean-Pierre Bemba enters a stadium in central Kinshasa flanked by his bodyguards during an election rally. Guy Tillim/Courtesy of Prix Pictet hide caption

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The United States and Cambodia are locked in a legal battle with the auction house Sotheby's over this 1,000-year-old statue of the Hindu warrior Duryodhana that may have been looted from the Cambodian temple complex at Koh Ker. Courtesy of the U.S. Attorney's Office hide caption

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Cambodia Vs. Sotheby's In A Battle Over Antiquities
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How A Texas Postman Became An Hermès Designer
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The development firm Panoramic Interests is building about two dozen "micro-apartments" in San Francisco. The company is poised to offer even smaller units if the city approves a proposed new minimum size of 220 square feet. Artist's Rendering of Smartspace Unit Courtesy of Panoramic Interests hide caption

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To Shrink Rents, S.F. Considers Shrinking Apartments
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There's an empty space today where a Henri Matisse painting had been hanging at the Kunsthal museum in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Seven paintings were stolen Tuesday, including works by Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet and Paul Gauguin. Peter Dejong/AP hide caption

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A giant LBJ puppet head is one of Wayne White's creations in the documentary Beauty Is Embarrassing. Beauty Is Embarrassing hide caption

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Roy Lichtenstein leaves it up to the viewers to decide what has just transpired in his 1964 painting of a tense phone call titled Ohhh ... Alright ... Estate of Roy Lichtenstein hide caption

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One Dot At A Time, Lichtenstein Made Art Pop
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Satirical Art Brings Levity To London's Underground
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Frank Lloyd Wright Home Threatened In Arizona
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Wealthy Use Art Collections As Way To A Better Loan
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Composer Abby Aresty recorded the sounds of a Seattle arboretum and mixed them into seven compositions that are now playing throughout the park. Courtesy of Abby Aresty hide caption

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In 'Music Of Trees,' A Symphony In The Key Of Cedar
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