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  • Stop-Motion Animation Shows a Bird’s POV of the Exotic Pet Industry
  • Top of the Pods: Leonardo—the Salvator Mundi saga
  • Stolen artefacts from 'prolific art smuggler' returned to India
  • Liverpool World Museum used facial recognition technology on visitors to Terracotta Warriors show
  • Art En Route: London Museum Acquires Climate Protest Materials, Baltimore Museum Will Spotlight Women Artists in 2020, and More
  • On the ‘Noble Failure’ of the Pre-Raphaelites, a Group Long Held in ‘Generally Low Repute,’ in 1964: From the Archives
  • Columbia Taps New Gallery Director: Betti-Sue Hertz on Her Plans for the Closely Watched Space
  • Artist Spotlight: Elliot Snowman
  • A Refreshing Vision of the Future
  • The Mega-Dealers Who Ate the Art World
  • Required Reading
  • Sparkling Balls of Paint and Glitter Explode and Absorb in a New Experimental Short Film by Rus Khasanov
  • A New Book Compiling Hundreds of Timeless Feline Photos by Walter Chandoha is the Cat’s Meow
  • Chrome Face Masks and Hyperrealistic Oil Portraits by Kip Omolade
  • Survivors and victims’ families oppose plans for a $40m museum at site of Pulse shooting
  • Monet Slammed Dealer’s Plan for Unauthorized Display of His Work in 1888 Letter: Read It Here
  • New York Public Library shores up its marble lions
  • Vintage Labor Posters and More Just Sold for Over $500,000
  • The Hidden Secrets of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Virgin of the Rocks”
  • ‘A Sacred Architectural Gesture’: In Chicago, Postcommodity Addresses Migration and Community Through Spare, Sturdy Constructions
  • Families and Survivors Oppose a Private Museum for Pulse Shooting
  • Booooooom x LOJEL “Journeys”: Brolga
  • How Crafting and Welding in Rural New Mexico Shaped an Artist
  • Dynamic Photographs of Interconnected Figures by Rob Woodcox Take Center Stage With a Squarespace Portfolio Site
  • The Filmmaker Who Investigated One Conspiracy, Only to Uncover Another
  • VCUarts Professor Guadalupé Maravilla Awarded 2019 Guggenheim Fellowship
  • Istanbul Biennial shifts to waterside warehouse after asbestos scare
  • The Undersung Art of Native American Women, Front and Center
  • New Allegations in Robert Indiana Affair, Jeffrey Epstein’s Artist Brother, and More: Morning Links for August 15, 2019
  • Geometric Portraits by Silvia Idili Overlay Clusters of Origami-Like Objects on Subjects’ Eyes, Noses, and Mouths
  • Isenheim altarpiece restorers invite visitors in
  • Puccini gets political: Ai Weiwei to direct opera in Rome about Hong Kong crisis
  • A Collection of Curiosities
  • Artist Spotlight: Rae Klein
  • Glam rock: alabaster was not a medieval England's 'poor man's marble' new book finds
  • Let’s Rock the Beach: Artists Stage Annual Beach Painting Club on Hamptons Sand, Partying and Painting in Honor of Elaine de Kooning
  • Five Art Getaways from Los Angeles
  • Paramour: A One-Shot Music Video Filmed From the Perspective of a Toy Train
  • In Paris, ‘Black Models’ Show Offers Essential Insights on Figures Excluded From Art History
  • A “Sorcerer’s Treasure Trove” Uncovered in Pompeii
  • Trump Official Rephrases Statue of Liberty Poem to Defend Targeting of Legal Migrants
  • Controversial San Francisco Mural Will Be Preserved, But Hidden
  • San Francisco school board votes to preserve but conceal a controversial mural
  • Baton Rouge African American Museum Vandalized After Its Founder’s Murder
  • A Virtual Reality Meal Is a Powerful Comment on Being Asian in America
  • SVA’s Third Annual Art & Activism Event: Takin’ it to the Streets
  • Textural Geometric Patterns Are Paired with Delicately Rendered Portraits in Embroideries by Sol Kesseler
  • Perspective Goes Out the Window in Dirk Koy’s Space-Warping Experimental Animations
  • Cuban Artist Arrested, New NEH Grants, Detroit’s Growing Art Scene, and More: Morning Links for August 14, 2019
  • Mapping Non-European Visions of the World