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  • Shizu Saldamando at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Arizona
  • The Gazebo Where Tamir Rice Was Killed Is Rebuilt as a Memorial in Chicago
  • World Refugee Day Brings Shroud of Mystery to the Met, With Aid From International Rescue Committee
  • Rethinking the “Bigger Is Better” Museum Model
  • The Metropolitan Museum Shrouded a Mark Chagall Painting to Draw Attention to World Refugee Day
  • The Passion and Process of David Hockney, Seen in a Restored Documentary
  • New Kinetic Floral Sculptures by Casey Curran Blossom Through a Series of Wires and Cranks
  • Association of Art Museum Directors Calls for End of Unpaid Internships
  • Apples and Oranges Come Together in Spliced Fruits by Yuni Yoshida
  • Donna De Salvo steps down as Whitney senior curator
  • Here’s the Artist List for the First Toronto Biennial
  • Bolsonaro hires far-right theatre director to lead federal arts oganisation
  • Sizing up salaries in the visual arts world
  • Franco-British charity Fluxus Art Projects flies flag for joint culture projects pre Brexit
  • Immersive Installations by Anila Quayyum Agha Are Brought to Life with a Squarespace Portfolio Site
  • Morning Links: Rent Freeze Edition
  • The Master of Mayhem: In Washington, D.C., a Landmark Tintoretto Retrospective Awaits
  • Artist Spotlight: Daliah Ammar
  • Lorna Simspon Searches for Meaning in the Arctic Ice
  • Report: In the Arts, Master’s Degree ‘Doesn’t Have Substantial Impact’ on Wages
  • Illustrator Spotlight: Jay Torres
  • Artist Martin Roth has died, aged 41
  • Kresge Arts in Detroit Names 18 Fellows in Art and Literature
  • Theaster Gates Makes Visible the Hidden Layers of Cities
  • Olafur Eliasson commissioned to light up the Arc de Triomphe
  • Queer Artists in Their Own Words: Michèle Pearson Clarke Is Toronto’s Photo Laureate
  • Poster House, the first US museum dedicated to the medium, opens in New York
  • Cindy Sherman gets first UK retrospective at the National Portrait Gallery
  • Jewish Studies Scholars Support Resigned Director of Berlin’s Jewish Museum with Two Public Letters
  • 50 Jewish Studies Scholars Support Resigned Director of Berlin’s Jewish Museum with Public Letter
  • The Role and Responsibility of Public Art in the Modern Day
  • Dorit Margreiter at Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna
  • Here’s the Exhibitor List for Pioneer Works’s Press Play Book and Music Fair
  • Drawings by WanJin Gim Capture the Nuanced Energy of Seemingly Simple Gestures
  • Almine Rech Heads to Shanghai
  • This New York Couple Has Donated Millions to Museums — And the Anti-Vax Movement
  • 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair Announces Exhibitor List for London
  • Martin Scorsese Tells a Tall Tale of Bob Dylan’s 1975 Tour
  • Echoes of Identity Across the Work of Two Asian-American Artists
  • Artists Examine the Troubling Histories of Medical Abuse and Human Experimentation
  • ‘Ingenious’ portrait series celebrates Juneteenth
  • Color-Changing Dyes Illuminate Iconic Internet Acronyms and Popular Phrases
  • Transvangarde pioneer October Gallery turns 40
  • Bruce McLean's cinematic 'cardboard catastrophe' opens at London's Coronet Theatre
  • Whitney Museum Deputy Director Donna De Salvo Will Step Down
  • Australia has underrated Sidney Nolan, expert says, as artist's widow's estate comes up for sale
  • This carefully selected exhibition of the Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo is small and perfectly formed
  • Van Gogh Suicide Gun Sells for Over $181,000 at Auction
  • Study the Fundamentals of Art Business with Christie’s Education
  • Van Gogh’s gun, 'most famous weapon in art history', sells for €162,000