This May, we examine the thriving, complex market for art made by artists from Arab and North African countries. We talk to Rona Pondick, who mixes animal body parts with her own to create hybrids that are at once sublime and grotesque. And we chronicle how the seemingly abstract compositions of Australia’s aboriginal artists jumped from sand and rock to tree and board to acrylics on canvas“and to the walls of major museums.



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