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The Gray Market: Why the American Art Market Is at the Mercy of a Culturally Divided Nation (and Other Insights)
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The Gray Market: Why the American Art Market Is at the Mercy of a Culturally Divided Nation (and Other Insights)
By Tim Schneider
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What Does a Social Justice Curator Do? Jasmine Wahi on Why Every Museum Should Have One—Before, She Hopes, the Job Becomes Obsolete
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What Does a Social Justice Curator Do? Jasmine Wahi on Why Every Museum Should Have One—Before, She Hopes, the Job Becomes Obsolete
By Aindrea Emelife
When the Louvre Reopens Next Week, Patient Visitors Will Be Able to View the Mona Lisa Practically Alone
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When the Louvre Reopens Next Week, Patient Visitors Will Be Able to View the Mona Lisa Practically Alone
By Taylor Dafoe
A New App Aims to Help UK Art Dealers Struggling to Comply With the Country’s Confusing New Anti-Money-Laundering Rules
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A New App Aims to Help UK Art Dealers Struggling to Comply With the Country’s Confusing New Anti-Money-Laundering Rules
By Naomi Rea
In a Profound Shift, Christie’s Is Eliminating Its Standalone Impressionist and Modern Art Department, Shedding a Significant Amount of Staff in the Process
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In a Profound Shift, Christie’s Is Eliminating Its Standalone Impressionist and Modern Art Department, Shedding a Significant Amount of Staff in the Process
By Eileen Kinsella
Legendary Graphic Designer Milton Glaser, Who Created the ‘I Love New York’ Logo During a Fateful Cab Ride, Has Died at 91
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Legendary Graphic Designer Milton Glaser, Who Created the ‘I Love New York’ Logo During a Fateful Cab Ride, Has Died at 91
By Sarah Cascone
The Art World Works From Home: Guggenheim Curator Alexandra Munroe Is Helping Ai Weiwei Sell Masks for Charity and Training Her New Puppy
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The Art World Works From Home: Guggenheim Curator Alexandra Munroe Is Helping Ai Weiwei Sell Masks for Charity and Training Her New Puppy
By Sarah Cascone
Art Industry News: Fox News Owner Rupert Murdoch Is Reportedly Angling to Buy Nearly a Third of Art Basel’s Parent Company + Other Stories
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Art Industry News: Fox News Owner Rupert Murdoch Is Reportedly Angling to Buy Nearly a Third of Art Basel’s Parent Company + Other Stories
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