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  • German government seeks to buy Hamburger Bahnhof museum from investor
  • Undeterred by looming National Security Law, Hong Kong's newest art fair draws nearly 3,000 visitors
  • See Arthur Jafa’s new music video for Kanye West’s Wash Us In The Blood
  • The Best 45mm Rotary Cutters for Slicing Different Fabrics
  • In a virtual rally, Carnegie Museums employees launch union organising drive
  • Number one priority: NASA will give designers $35,000 for a toilet that will work on the moon
  • Artists Parody New Museum, Calling Out Its “Political Inaction”
  • A Botched Restoration of a Baroque Painting Should Inspire Collectors Not to Cut Corners
  • As Debates Over Monuments Continue, Artists Erect Their Own at a Sculpture Park in Queens
  • An Open Pipeline Echoes This Inventive Saxophonist’s Notes in Perfectly Tuned Accompaniment
  • A Look Back at the Short-Lived Met Breuer: What Worked and What Didn’t
  • Tania Bruguera Among Artists Detained in Cuba Before Protest Against Police Brutality
  • Tania Bruguera reportedly detained by Cuban authorities hours before anti-racism protest in Havana
  • Dread Scott’s Struggle to Reclaim Collective Memory
  • UK Activists Call for Removal of Monument to 19th-Century Imperialist Cecil Rhodes
  • Fire destroys part of oldest university museum in Brazil following a failed safety inspection
  • The Posadism Adventure: A History of the Bizarre Communist Movement that Embraced UFOs and Nuclear War
  • Ornate Fabrics Cloak Models in Disquieting Portraits by Artist Markus Åkesson
  • Artist Arthur Jafa Directed Kanye West’s Searing New Music Video
  • Organic, Sunrise Gradients Mask Front Pages of The New York Times by Artist Sho Shibuya
  • Sotheby’s Scores Big Evening Sale, Patience and Fortitude Don Masks, and More: Morning Links from June 30, 2020
  • Queer Art Workers Reflect: Martine Granby Sees Healing as a Form of Resistance
  • Brave new world: Francis Bacon triptych sells for $84.5m in Sotheby's first major live-streamed evening sale
  • Waning market for African artefacts? Controversial Benin bronze fails to sell at Christie's
  • Illustrator Spotlight: Austin Rossborough
  • A Month in Photos: June
  • Why It’s Right That the Theodore Roosevelt Statue Comes Down
  • Magnum signs five new photographers after its lack of diversity comes under attack
  • Derek Jarman's love of gardening is subject of new London show
  • Sotheby’s Global Hybrid Online Evening Sale Soars to $363.2 Million
  • Art history fact check: Trump can’t tell the difference between Teddy Roosevelt and an anonymous Remington cowboy
  • Might Rupert Murdoch be Art Basel's next big investor?
  • ARTnews in Brief: New York Institutions Form Latinx/POC Arts Consortium—and More from June 29, 2020
  • A Police Officer’s Tattoo Has Ignited Debate Over Nazi Symbol
  • Interactive Event with Paint Kartel Teaches Seniors to Create Bold Graffiti in Belgrade
  • What Do René Magritte’s Dreamlike Paintings Mean? Five Curators Offer Their Analyses
  • Trump’s Sinister Appropriation of the Nazi Triangle Camp Badge
  • A Decade of Sun: A New Timelapse Chronicles Ten Years of the Enormous Star
  • Michael Craig-Martin covers Oxford Street shop front in colourful fruit and veg
  • Photos: See Work from Public Art Fund’s ‘Art on the Grid’ Exhibition
  • Artists Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic, Ongoing Protests in Massive Outdoor Exhibition Across New York City
  • As San Francisco Art Institute Faces Likely Closure, This Gallery Is a Time Capsule of Student Work
  • Pride and joy: Andrew Logan makes a rainbow heart for MindOut while Queer Frontiers fundraiser goes online
  • Six Arrested in France in Connection with Theft of Banksy’s Bataclan Mural
  • After White House Fence Comes Down, Its Activist Art and Posters Move Nearby
  • Playful Illustrations by Giulia Pintus Render Quirky, Body-Positive Characters in Relaxed States
  • Museum of the City of New York Plans Pandemic-Focused Exhibition and More: Morning Links from June 29, 2020
  • Queer Art Workers Reflect: Julieta Salgado Is Dancing and Celebrating as Much as She’s Protesting
  • Pace Gallery Takes on Elmgreen & Dragset, Beloved Duo Behind Prankish Sculptures
  • With museums having been off limits, could AR works find a new home—in the home?