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Titus Kaphar with "Impressions of Liberty."
Museum educators are grappling with the future of art history’s questionble works.
“Domestikator,” a sculpture intended to go in The Louvre's Tuileries gardens — until the museum changed its mind.
Titus Kaphar’s work for the Princeton & Slavery Project tells a story of buried history.
The artist behind the work calls the decision "total hypocrisy."
Flex those cultured muscles at the Mother City's top art event.
"We can’t just be defeated; we can’t just turn apathetic. We have to be active."