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Patricia Zohn

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Under the Tuscan (and Umbrian) Sun

A road trip around the homes, archives, and foundations of the artists of central Italy, and those who made their name there, from Beverly Pepper to Alberto Burri to Niki de Saint Phalle

Jacques Soisson: Evidence

Magical Thinking

A retrospective of Remedios Varo’s mystical paintings puts the spotlight on the long-overlooked Surrealist

Joan Brown

In Search of Lost Homes

A road trip around France, with stops at the houses of literary stars Colette, George Sand, Marcel Proust, Émile Zola, and Victor Hugo along the way

Maria Schneider’s Last Tango

Paper Trail

Marriage Stories

Works about marital strife made by artist duo Ed and Nancy Kienholz go on view at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art

Study in Brown

A Look Inside England’s Artists’ Houses

From Sussex to London to Cambridge, a tour through the extraordinary British homes of writers, artists, and architects now open to the public

A Moveable Feast

A road trip along France’s Côte d’Azur, with stops at five 20th-century modernist houses along the way

Paradise Found

Grandi Giardini Italiani, which works to protect and manage Italy’s best gardens, celebrates its 25th anniversary with a heavenly new book

A Grand Tour of Italy, but Make It Modern

The intimate, under-the-radar homes and studios of 20th-century Italian architects, artists, and designers, from Achille Castiglioni and Gae Aulenti to Giorgio Morandi, are as stunning as the country’s ancient and Renaissance treasures. And they’re open to the public

Joan of Art

Joan Mitchell, who revolutionized postwar American art alongside “Ninth Street women” Lee Krasner and Elaine de Kooning, finally gets her due

Living Things

Big Picture

A 21st-century mind living in the 20th century, Niki de Saint Phalle rejected artistic and social norms. Her sculptures go on display at MoMA PS1 this week

Color Her World

Exhibitions in Oxfordshire and New York capture Cecily Brown, the British painter of bold, energetic works, at her finest

Cloud Atlas

Dana Schutz, the artist behind the Emmett Till controversy, debuts her first solo show in London, “Shadow of a Cloud Moving Slowly”

Parks and Wreck

As cries for help from U.S. national parks fall on the deaf ears of an administration set on environmental rollbacks, a new book emphasizes their beauty

Paparazzi Fever

Lina’s World

The radical architect and designer Lina Bo Bardi transformed Brazil with her ambitious creations

Feat of Clay

Being Rodin’s muse and mistress was no easy thing. After her death, Camille Claudel finally got a museum of her own, now open to visitors again

The Picture of Doris Duke

The Stone Age

The artisan who taught the artist the secrets that led to the Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum in Japan