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  • Nan Goldin brings first PAIN protest to the UK, storming the Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Video | Hammer Time: Sotheby's picks up the pace during a sluggish art week with $270.7m contemporary art sale
  • The New York Day Sales: Highlights and Records from Modern and Contemporary Auctions
  • Suspect in Famed Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist Released from Prison
  • Nan Goldin’s P.A.I.N. Group Protests ‘Proud’ Support from Sackler Family at Victoria & Albert Museum in London
  • “It’s too late for postcards” by Artist Joshua Cocking
  • “A Golden State” by Photographer Shawn Bush
  • “The Worst Poem In The Universe” by Photographer Chris Hoare
  • Artists Who Resist the Gaze of Collectors
  • When Leonardo da Vinci Just Isn’t Enough
  • In Memory of Gillian Jagger, Artist and Teacher
  • Elaborate Chiaroscuro Tattoos by Makkala Rose Burst With Ripe Fruit and Blossoming Flowers
  • Unique Knots From Dozens of Different Trees are Showcased in a Hand-Built Geodesic Sphere
  • Turner Prize Nominees Consider the Injustices Brought About by Borders
  • Carved from a youth centre's walls, Keith Haring mural sells at Bonhams New York for $3.86m
  • Artemisia Gentileschi Painting Sells for $6.1 M., Setting New Auction Record
  • A Live Podcast Centers Stories From Bosnia, Palestine, and Mexico
  • An Online Project Documents Settler Violence Around the World
  • Site-Specific Installations Accentuate the Geometric Architecture of Mies Van Der Rohe
  • Torkwase Dyson Wins Studio Museum’s $50,000 Wein Prize
  • Ashley James Makes History as First Black Curator Hired by Guggenheim Museum
  • Shanghai’s Profile Is Rising. How Long Before It Becomes the Go-To Art City in China?
  • Twisting the Familiar Into Uncanny Cinematic Forms
  • A Journalist Publicly Criticized the Indian Prime Minister; Months Later, His Citizenship Was Revoked
  • A Multi-faceted Look at Francis Bacon’s Psychology
  • Washington University’s Campus Transformation Unites Its Graduate Programs in Art and Architecture
  • The Huntington Library acquires two collections of US slavery and abolition records
  • Helen Molesworth to collaborate with Jack Shainman on summer programming
  • New York Gallery Files Suit to Block Return of Ancient Artifact to Italy
  • 'Welcome to the shitshow': Jeremy Deller's new film delves into the dark underbelly of Brexit
  • Taking the piss? London gallery attendees asked to take pregnancy tests for private view performance piece
  • Venetian Museums and Galleries Shutter As Unprecedented Flooding Leaves Most of City Underwater
  • Works of art in Venice museums and the Biennale undamaged by floods, but major attrition to buildings with great loss of private property
  • Maya Lin’s Eclipsed Time clock removed from New York transit hub after 25 years
  • Egypt cracks down on 'thuggish acts' against antiquities and archaeological sites
  • Golden Toilet Heist Becomes Fodder for New Art Insurance Campaign
  • Apply for the SVA MA Curatorial Practice Program
  • Six Kinetic Characters: Light-Hearted Interpretations of Universal Emotions by Animator Lucas Zanotto
  • Attempted robbery of Rembrandt paintings at Dulwich Picture Gallery
  • China Sides with Greece Over Return of Parthenon Marbles
  • Queen Nefertari’s tomb brought back from the dead in Kansas
  • Torkwase Dyson wins Studio Museum’s Joyce Alexander Wein Artist Prize
  • Opening new galleries and showcasing its sphinx, Penn Museum rebrands its image
  • In Abandoned 14th-Century Building in Poland, a Painting Show Where the Art Aims to Disappear
  • Inside the Spate of Cab Driver Suicides in New York
  • Frieze Los Angeles Reveals Exhibitors, L.A.-Focused Section for 2020 Edition
  • Ed Ruscha Leads Christie’s Contemporary Sale, Flooding in Venice, and More: Morning Links from November 14, 2019
  • “Blue-Stained Walls” by Photographer Kathryn Harrison
  • “iye” by Eric Cheung Photographed by Sebastian Palencia
  • Photographer Spotlight: Kent Andreasen