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As ever, it promises to be a busy year for museums and galleries across North and South America. From an in-depth survey of the Guggenheim’s holdings of Robert Mapplethorpe photographs in New York, to Jordan Casteel’s first major museum show, there’s a remarkably wide range of art to see this year—enough, no doubt, to satisfy any art lover. Here’s what we’re looking forward to seeing in the months ahead.   “Sophie Calle: Cuídese Mucho” at

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Wife to Max Ernst and lover to Samuel Beckett, someone who was compared to Casanova and who discovered Jackson Pollock, Peggy Guggenheim provided a sanctuary and stage to some of the most prominent artists of the avant-garde movement until her death in 1979. Her Art of this Century gallery, which operated in New York between 1942 and 1947, became both a meeting place and exhibition nexus for exiled European artists and young emerging Americans, playing a pivotal role in

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Some are built from raw organic materials, others are lodged into the earth itself<p>Architecture today can be an exercise in futuristic, nearly sci-fi design: soaring glass skyscrapers, gravity-defying geometrical structures, Jetson-esque exteriors. But some of the coolest buildings are those that go …

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