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Pro-Palestine Exhibition Cancelled in NYC
Yale Center for British Art Will Close for Renovations
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Picasso’s Daughter Donates Two Works to Struggling Paris Museum
Met Attendance Stagnates, While MoMA Sees Seven Day Boost
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Why ship a sculpture when you can scan it?
July 24th report shows 21 percent jump in lots sold for over $1 million each.
Massimiliano Gioni opens up the Middle East as Tel Aviv and Gaza trade fire.
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They said it tastes like Parmesan cheese.
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Museum officials have no idea where the works are. For real?
Suspect Albert Tucker painting sold by Christie's is just the tip of the iceberg.
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