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Collector Alain Servais On How Mega-Galleries Are Ruining Art
Richard Prince Steals More Instagram Photographs and Sells Them for $100,000
Centre Pompidou Scouts Real Estate Venues For Pop-Up Museums in China
Millionaire Collector Hugh Levey Forfeits Jasper Johns and Lichtenstein Paintings to Pay Debts
Robert De Niro Tells NYU Arts Students They're Screwed
USC Roski Dean Denies Accusations by Students Who Dropped Out in Protest
John Waters to Receive Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts Degree from RISD
Artists Barricade Entrance to Basel Museums With Bricks On Eve Of Art Basel
Sharjah Biennial Artists Issue Open Letter Supporting Gulf Labor Artists Banned from UAE
Lawrence Weiner Awarded 2015 Roswitha Haftmann Prize
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Get your passports ready.
There was no denying the high standards.
Tiffany Chung, Al Held, and Lisa Yuskavage are on the itinerary.
DiCaprio's Banksy, a Jeff Koons and a Warhol Liz all went to the block.
Aggressive pickpocket gangs fight among themselves at the Parisian landmark.
The French expat just bought a space under the High Line.
The mosque was declared a safety threat before it even opened.
A rare O’Keeffe work from her New York period fetched $3.2 million.
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Kitsch rubs shoulders with the genuinely appealing and thought provoking.
It’s a bold move to do a print journal in 2015, to say the least.
Check it out before it becomes a high-end retail space.