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  • Latifa Echakhch, Rising Star Focused on Immigration and Alienation, Will Represent Switzerland at 2021 Venice Biennale
  • Opening of Oslo's new Munch Museum delayed until autumn
  • Holy Architecture for Earthly Devotion
  • Hong Kong follows China in shutting museums in fight against coronavirus
  • Photographer Spotlight: Kathya Maria Landeros
  • “A Blurry Aftertaste” by Photographer Eleonora Agostini
  • Artist Spotlight: Amanda Baldwin
  • New show of Angelica Kauffman—one of the most lauded artists of her time who was then largely forgotten
  • Canadian Modernist painter Gordon Smith has died, aged 100
  • Generative Geography: Postcommodity in Conversation
  • Jason Polan, Ambitious Artist Who Prolifically Sketched Visitors to MoMA, Is Dead at 37
  • Attempts to Reconstruct a Mummy’s Voice Are Cursed
  • Recovery Efforts Begin After Fire Ravages Museum of Chinese in America Archives
  • Swirling Fabrics Envelop Floating Subjects in Underwater Photographs by Christy Lee Rogers
  • ARTnews in Brief: Nasher Sculpture Center Acquisitions, Armory Show ‘Platform’ Line-Up—and More from January 27, 2020
  • A Podcast on Radical Women Unearths Rare Interviews With Alice Neel, Betye Saar, and More
  • Zeitz Museum Director Koyo Kouoh Looks to Transform South Africa’s Art Scene
  • Instead of permanent space, Smithsonian will co-curate gallery at V&A East for two years
  • Santu Mofokeng, Photographer Who Elegantly Immortalized Lives of Black South Africans, Is Dead at 64
  • Miller ICA Presents Andrea Zittel: An Institute of Investigative Living
  • Yinka Shonibare’s Lady Justice Transcends Geography
  • Memory and Self-Love Highlight Profound Portraits of Black Figures by Harmonia Rosales
  • CalArts Commissions Works by 50 Artist Alumni to Fund Scholarships
  • Zeitz Museum Director Koyo Kouoh Looks to Transform South Africa’s Art Scene
  • With Big MoMA Retrospective Looming, New York Prepares for Donald Judd Mania
  • Museum of Chinese in America starts fund-raising after loss of its archive in a fire
  • Object lessons: from a manuscript globe of Mars to a Baroque female self-portrait
  • Zineb Sedira Becomes First Algerian Artist to Represent France at Venice Biennale
  • Dramatic Views of Worldwide Architecture Captured by Gareth Pon (with a Hidden Twist)
  • Powerful Images of Pleasure and Experimentation Celebrate Queer Bodies
  • Sales of Fake Prints on the Rise, Fire at New York Museum, and More: Morning Links from January 27, 2020
  • Artists, Designers, and Activists Address Climate Breakdown in a Pop-Up Exhibition
  • Singapore's SEA Focus fair navigates censorship and Taipei Dangdai date clash
  • Palestinian Photojournalist Loses His Eye After Being Hit in the Face by Israeli Tear Gas Canister
  • Rare loans bolster biggest ever Jan van Eyck show
  • Photographer Spotlight: Mischa de Stroumillo
  • “The Bridge” by Photographers Matteo Dal Vera and Michael Weatherill
  • “Kurz Davor” by Artist Stefhany Y. Lozano
  • 10,000 Photos Document Alvin Ailey’s Groundbreaking Dances
  • Artist creates black-face portrait of Italian far-right politician Matteo Salvini
  • Zineb Sedira to represent France at 2021 Venice Biennale
  • New money laundering regulations cause confusion at London Art Fair
  • Grenfell Tower tragedy to be memorialised in film by Steve McQueen
  • Paris exhibition shines light on Brazilian photographer Claudia Andujar and the plight of indigenous peoples
  • A Floating Hotel with Aurora Views Just Opened on a Frozen River in Sweden
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  • Art Basel in Hong Kong exhibitors call for 50% discount as concerns mount over a drop off in collectors and freedom of expression
  • Hitler in Hell: German Historical Museum acquires George Grosz painting
  • 2020: art market issues and big shows
  • ‘Everything Was a Muse to Him’: A Jacob Lawrence Expert on a 1944 ARTnews Profile of the Artist