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  • Chef Mina Stone Will Open Restaurant at MoMA PS1
  • A New Documentary Looks Back on the Legacy of Second-Wave Feminism
  • The Constant Gardener: Hein Koh Talks Photoshop, Parenting, and Her Sprawling Rockefeller Center Show
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art Appoints New Deputy Director for Digital and Two Curators
  • ‘Next Generations: Current Photography Made in the Rhineland’ at Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany
  • The Metropolitan Museum Will Return Prized Gilded Coffin After Learning It Was Stolen
  • In Brooklyn, a Symphony Plays Some of Frida Kahlo’s Favorite Songs
  • Nan Goldin Says She’ll Boycott National Portrait Gallery If It Accepts £1M Sackler Donation
  • Fragments of the Universe Captured in Dizzying Images
  • Nicole R. Myers Appointed Senior Curator of European Art at Dallas Museum of Art
  • A Conversation on the Power and Misuse of Language
  • The History of Jewelry, from Ancient Mesopotamia to Today
  • Study Art in the Heart of the Nation’s Capital at GW’s Corcoran School
  • Shapely Shadows Reimagined as Quirky Illustrations by Vincent Bal
  • Applications Open for SVA’s New York Summer Residency Programs
  • 350 Anti-Oil Protestors Take Over British Museum in Its Largest Protest Ever
  • Ronni Baer Named Princeton University Art Museum’s Distinguished Curator and Lecturer
  • Zimbabwe Taps Four for 2019 Venice Biennale Pavilion
  • Dozens of Expressive Puppets Encourage Kindness and Acceptance in a Series of Sing-A-Long Short Films
  • Marianne Boesky Gallery Names Stephanie Gabriel Director
  • Online Petition Challenges Morgan Library to ‘Only Exhibit Solo Shows by Women’ in 2020
  • Naiza Khan to represent Pakistan in country’s first-ever participation at the Venice Biennale
  • A Virtual Reality App that Reconstructs Ancient Rome May Have Exploited Its Developers
  • Morning Links: Monet’s Crew Edition
  • Naiza Khan Will Represent Pakistan at 2019 Venice Biennale
  • “Myth and Reality” by Photographer Jeremy Jude Lee
  • Fake Marsden Hartley found in medical giant’s collection points to a larger scandal
  • Refugees Connect Their Personal Stories with a Museum’s Ancient Artifacts
  • Trimmed, splashed and slashed: the anatomy of Rembrandt's The Night Watch
  • Iranian artist and activist Siah Armajani builds bridges in New York
  • Long Island home and sculpture park of Ernst Neizvestny—who designed Khrushchev's tomb—at centre of legal row
  • Designer Spotlight: Max Salzborn
  • Opening Up the White Cube
  • A Close Look at the Art of Genji
  • Freediving Champion Guillaume Néry Swims Across Several of the World’s Oceans with One Breath
  • Memphis non-profit supports both African American audiences and artists
  • LA’s First Spring/Break Art Show Had Plenty of Creative Spirit
  • Alfredo Jaar on the Capacity of Culture
  • 9 Art Events in New York This Week: Siah Armajani, Sarah Charlesworth, Cruising Pavilion, and More
  • Freshly Cut Flowers Make Sparks in Electrically Charged Images by Hu Weiyi
  • In the Swiss Alps, a Biennial Celebrates the Luxurious Part of the Art World
  • Morning Links: Looted Coffin Edition
  • “Delete This Number” by Photographer Mary Morgan
  • A Regime Conceals Its Erasure of Indigenous Armenian Culture
  • Artist Spotlight: Dario Maglionico
  • Demonstrators take over British Museum in biggest-ever protest against oil sponsorships
  • How a protest poster by David Wojnarowicz may have inspired Basquiat's Defacement
  • Intricate Metal Root Sculptures by Sun-Hyuk Kim Take Human Form
  • Required Reading
  • Dora Malech’s Formal Feelings