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The Art Newspaper 9h
Glenn Lowry, ’s director, says Jean Pigozzi's transformative gift of contemporary African art will play an important role in the re-installation of the permanent collection to highlight artists of more diverse backgrounds and origins
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The Art Newspaper 15h
Private museum is due to open a new venue in capital's historic Longfusi area
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The Art Newspaper 17h
Volunteers, to be chosen by Pope.L to reflect the city’s diversity with resident from all five boroughs of different ages, races, and socioeconomic backgrounds, will take turns crawling along a 1.5-mile relay route from the West Village to Union Square
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The Art Newspaper 17h
The intensely private artist won the Golden Lion for lifetime achievement at the 2013 Venice Biennale
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The Art Newspaper 18h
A wealth of (rather modest) items owned by the esteemed novelist Philip Roth, who died last year, went under the hammer at the weekend on the online bidding site Bidsquare
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The Art Newspaper 19h
Director of the Centre Pompidou-Metz would be first woman to hold the position
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The Art Newspaper 22h
Opening tomorrow, an exhibition revisits the 1989 revolution that led to the fall of the Berlin Wall
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The Art Newspaper Jul 20
Opening today , the first UK show of Finnish artist Helene Schjerfbeck
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The Art Newspaper Jul 19
Employees from every level of the company came together to produce pieces, from senior consultant Lydia Cresswell Jones’s handmade-in-Hackney quilts, to security staff Simon London's brightly coloured photography selling at an affordable £35 a-piece
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The Art Newspaper Jul 19
A NY collector has filed a $200m lawsuit against a lawyer whom he claims persuaded him to sell a Brancusi sculpture for only $100,000 with the understanding that he would be amply compensated when it fetched a higher price at a museum or auction house
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The Art Newspaper Jul 19
Four artists have asked that the Whitney Museum remove their works from the current Whitney Biennial, due to the New York institution’s handling of the ethical controversy surrounding the board vice chairman Warren Kanders.
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The Art Newspaper Jul 19
For 18 years it has been sealed off from the New York public: a soaring mosaic-clad lobby that represents the pinnacle of Art Deco design.
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The Art Newspaper Jul 19
The appointment comes after a handful of new hires across offices
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The Art Newspaper Jul 19
Tigran Mkrtychev wins international competition to head up the famed Russian avant-garde collection long embroiled in controversy
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The Art Newspaper Podcasts Jul 19
New podcast out now! With a blockbuster retrospective currently on show at we look back at the world of Warhol with and Donna De Salvo: . Produced in association with
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The Art Newspaper Jul 18
REVIEW: As part of the new triennial "…I visited a bakery, church, phone repair shop, florist and thrift shop where I had seen art bleed into life. Occasionally the two were hard to separate, and that is where Counterpublic thrived most."
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The Art Newspaper Jul 18
Benin is preparing a new home in the city of Abomey for 26 objects of art and cultural heritage looted by French troops in 1894, which France’s president Emmanuel Macron pledged last November to return to Africa
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Chadd Scott Jul 18
DYK Martin Bailey from writes a weekly blog on Vincent van Gogh? I just discovered this and am hooked.
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The Art Newspaper Podcasts Jul 18
For the summer season, we're looking back over the 200 interviews we've done for the podcast and putting together highlights in a weekly themed episode. From issues like climate change to insights into the art market, listen every Friday:
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The Art Newspaper Jul 18
Cannon, Millennium, Southwark and London bridges have been fitted with LED lighting as part of a £45m public art project
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