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When in Rome

Hitler’s Blue Period

The Nazis stole Franz Marc’s masterpiece of German Expressionism, setting off an eight-decade search to find it

Summertime Hues

Dressing the Part

Class Act

Laura Carlin

The London artist whose illustrations and ceramics appeal to children and grown-ups alike

A Monster Among Angels

The Night of the Iguana, now in an eloquent production in London, is Tennessee Williams’s last great work

Open House

History on His Mind

Year of the Moon

Museums and stages across the world celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing

Museum-Going Etiquette

Spoiler alert: you’re not the most fascinating thing in the place

War Games

In the Picture

Bauhaus Revival

Joy Rider

Rowland Emett’s A Quiet Afternoon in the Cloud Cuckoo Valley heads to auction at Bonhams London

A Guide to the Venice Biennale

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

There are worthwhile podcasts for both Brexiteers and Remainiacs. One is recorded in a pub

Trick of the Light

Anna Sui in Color

After Dark

The Beat Goes On

Berlin Keeps It Real

Searching for Faces

Artist Nathaniel Mary Quinn brings his newest series of unforgettable portraits to the Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills

The Dogaressa’s Palace