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  • A Verdant Landscape Breathes Life into a One-Bedroom Apartment in a Suburb of Mumbai
  • Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend
  • Artist Spotlight: Sheila Nicolin
  • New Banksy mural appears in support of Extinction Rebellion protest in London
  • Artists protest Tate decision to resume ties with Anthony d’Offay
  • Week in Review: Conserving Nancy Holt’s Land Art, the Louvre Will Buy a Rembrandt
  • Art Brussels stretches rules to include galleries that eschew bricks-and-mortar
  • What next for Notre Dame?
  • Nancy Holt’s desert Sun Tunnels will be cleaned and repaired—but the bullet marks are staying
  • The Wild World of Trenton Doyle Hancock
  • A Filmmaker Captures the Seduction of Prosperity and Its False Promises
  • ‘Joy before the object’ at Seventeen, London
  • Can Iowa Prevent Prisoners from Accessing and Creating Nude Art?
  • Artvest sells its stake in Tefaf New York just days before fair opens
  • Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend
  • A Filmmaker Explores His Mother’s Youth and Parses Her Disturbing Dreams
  • Tate Acquires Yinka Shonibare’s “The British Library,” and Edvard Munch Sells at Auction
  • Regional institutions dominate shortlist for Museum of the Year award
  • Mr. Trash Wheel: An Anthropomorphic Debris-Eating Mechanism Located in Baltimore Harbor
  • Jack Shainman Gallery to Host Show of Collaborative Works by Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat in June
  • Bouncing Back from the Dream-Crushers In Your Life
  • MoMA’s Long-Awaited Donald Judd Retrospective Set for March 2020
  • Rago to Feature Editions and Prototypes from the Artist/Designer Archives on May 4
  • Open Society Foundation Names Winners of 2019 Soros Arts Fellowships
  • Claws and Teeth Emerge From Otherworldly Ceramic Vessels by Gregory Knopp
  • Climate Activists Staged a Die-In at London’s Natural History Museum
  • Washington University in St. Louis Presents their 2019 MFA in Visual Art Thesis Exhibition
  • What’s Wrong with Museums?
  • In Dispute Over Payment, Indian Court Issues Injunction Against Sale of Kochi-Muziris Biennale Equipment
  • With Estimate of $10 M. to $15 M., Lee Krasner Painting Could Break Artist Record at Sotheby’s
  • A Geological Landmark’s Phosphorescent Glow Inspires the National Museum of Qatar’s Cavernous Gift Shop
  • At Union Studio, Artists Engage in Serious Play Around Notions of Ecology
  • Uzbekistan opens new art centre to boost 'undeveloped' local scene
  • Morning Links: ‘Humiliating and Bewildering’ Edition
  • Photographer Spotlight: Jeremy Koreski
  • Art Movements
  • Extinction Rebellion protesters to stage ‘die-in’ at Tate Modern
  • EU copyright crackdown is intended to protect artists, but might it damage their market instead?
  • Ai Weiwei denies his porcelain works borrow from Lebanese artist's prize-winning vases
  • Exclusive: Van Gogh’s prostitute lover committed suicide—just as predicted
  • Booooooom Passion Projects
  • Guggenheim Abu Dhabi plans to open around 2022
  • ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’ at New York City Ballet
  • Kronos Quartet Tells Its Story in a Live Documentary
  • Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County Will Present SeglasCano’s Serpentine Pavilion at La Brea Tar Pits
  • American Art Specialist Elizabeth Goldberg Joins Phillips in New York
  • Art vs porn: Iowa prisoners mount legal challenge to nude image ban
  • The Continuing Legacy of the Mystical, Political Betye Saar
  • Shu Lea Cheang’s Installation 3x3x6 Will Represent Taiwan at the 2019 Venice Biennale
  • A Paris Court Sentences Two Art Dealers for Counterfeiting Rodin Sculptures