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More Than 200 Artworks by an Eminent Kazakhstani Art Collective Are Being Held Hostage by Unpaid Contractors After a Splashy International Exhibition
‘Lying to the Queen Is Not a Good Look:’ UK Artists React to a Court’s Ruling That Boris Johnson’s Suspension of Parliament Was Unlawful
An Elderly Woman Discovered She Had Been Storing a Rare Renaissance Painting in Her Kitchen—and It Could Fetch $6 Million at Auction Next Month. The 13th-century painting hung over a hot plate in the home of a 90-year-old woman.