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  • Roundup: Timbuktu restored, Great Wall crumbling, Bill Clinton's sax at the Met

    Roundup: Timbuktu restored, Great Wall crumbling, Bill Clinton's sax at the Met
    A founder of Lowrider magazine passes away. A Delaware museum quietly sells two important works. And the Great Wall of China is slowly disappearing. Plus: art in Havana, defending the White House and Bill Clinton’s sax. Here is the Roundup:
  • Rough, yet poetic: Chilean architecture has its moment

    Rough, yet poetic: Chilean architecture has its moment
    SANTIAGO, Chile — Ask a design expert for global architectural destinations and chances are she’ll tell you to head to Germany, home of Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus architects, or Brazil, land of Oscar Niemeyer’s flamboyant Modernism....

    List of architects for Chicago Biennial begins to take shape

    List of architects for Chicago Biennial begins to take shape
    Emphasizing fresh faces and ideas instead of star architects and their familiar styles, organizers of the fledgling Chicago Architecture Biennial on Tuesday announced their first list of participating architects and artists as well as a $1 million gift...

    Winery by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic channels nature's raw power

    Winery by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic channels nature's raw power
    One in a series of dispatches by Carolina A. Miranda on the architecture of Chile. Wineries used to be buildings of almost pure industrial functionality: a space in which to truck in grapes and smash them, rooms of fermentation vats and cool,...

    Datebook: '80s L.A., women photographers, Inglewood's architectural stage

    Datebook: '80s L.A., women photographers, Inglewood's architectural stage
    The L.A. photographs of Robert Rauschenberg, images by female photographers and a benefit exhibition that pays tribute to filmmaker Isaac Julien. Plus, Los Angeles graffiti artists and a talk about the evolving streetscape of American cities. Here are six...