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Columbia Taps New Gallery Director: Betti-Sue Hertz on Her Plans for the Closely Watched Space

She previously worked as director of visual arts at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. Read More

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On the ‘Noble Failure’ of the Pre-Raphaelites, a Group Long Held in ‘Generally Low Repute,’ in 1964: From the Archives

"Considering their meager ammunition, it was perhaps inevitable that they would fail to establish a new tradition," critic Allen F. Staley wrote. Read More

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Art En Route: London Museum Acquires Climate Protest Materials, Baltimore Museum Will Spotlight Women Artists in 2020, and More

A column of acquisitions, loans, and sales around the world. Read More

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Surf’s Up at Gagosian, Keith Haring Mural Lives, and More: Morning Links for August 16, 2019

Here's what we're reading this morning. Read More

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Monet Slammed Dealer’s Plan for Unauthorized Display of His Work in 1888 Letter: Read It Here

The writing is part of a collection of artists' letters to be published this fall. Read More

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‘A Sacred Architectural Gesture’: In Chicago, Postcommodity Addresses Migration and Community Through Spare, Sturdy Constructions

The closely followed group's latest work is a commission for the Art Institute in the city. Read More

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New Allegations in Robert Indiana Affair, Jeffrey Epstein’s Artist Brother, and More: Morning Links for August 15, 2019

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Let’s Rock the Beach: Artists Stage Annual Beach Painting Club on Hamptons Sand, Partying and Painting in Honor of Elaine de Kooning

The eighth iteration of the freewheeling art-making session took place at Sammy's Beach. Read More

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In Paris, ‘Black Models’ Show Offers Essential Insights on Figures Excluded From Art History

Denise Murrell's work as a curator and academic has provided a richer, deeper understanding of paintings that long seemed familiar to many. Read More

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Cuban Artist Arrested, New NEH Grants, Detroit’s Growing Art Scene, and More: Morning Links for August 14, 2019

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