A new book examines the artistic development of advertising and the innovative ways that ads combined images, text and product to communicate and attract potential customers. Drawing on the John Johnson
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Trust me, even if you’ve been looking at art for a long, long time (or even longer than that), you will see work at the Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory you have not seen before, by artists you may have
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The United States is in the throes of a tumultuous election year. With increasingly polarized Americans choosing between red, blue, and a host of other divisive options, it’s easy to lose sight of the