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‘Attacks on the Press: Mexico’ at Photoville, Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York

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David Adjaye Will Design New Princeton University Art Museum

The institution is tentatively scheduled to close for construction in 2020. Read More

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Escaping Time: Art from U.S. Prisons Finds a Home in New York

Work by artists who are—or have been—incarcerated is on view, and on sale, on Governors Island. Read More

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Carpenters Workshop Gallery To Open Space in San Francisco

Opening October 1, the gallery is situated in the former Saint Joseph's Church in the city's South of Market neighborhood. Read More

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Art to Pore Over: Andrea and José Olympio Pereira Display Their Collection in a Coffee Warehouse in Brazil

The couple is showing 250 of the over 2,000 works in their collection in São Paulo’s Lapa neighborhood. Read More

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Amant-Garde: Lonti Ebers Goes to Work on New Residency Programs for Brooklyn and Tuscany

“I want to focus on the artists,” Ebers said. Read More

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Tony Oursler to Conjure Public Art in New York’s Riverside Park This Fall

The work will be projected on and around the West 69th Street Transfer Bridge. Read More

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See-Worthy: Francesca von Habsburg Looks to Art and Science for Answers to Questions About the Environment

For Francesca von Habsburg, the founder of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary Collection and its enterprising affiliate TBA21-Academy, many of the problems threatening environmental and geopolitical stability across the globe can be surveyed in the oceans. Changes in climate conditions run … Read More

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To the Moon! Edition

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

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Al Held Estate Goes to White Cube

It is the first artist foundation to be represented by the gallery. Read More

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