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New York Attorney General Announces $4.28 Million Settlement With Gagosian Gallery

NEW YORK—Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced today a $4.28 million settlement with international art dealer Gagosian Gallery following an ...
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Julian Schnabel returns to Pace Gallery

Painter and filmmaker Julian Schnabel is returning to Arne Glimcher’s Pace after 13 years with the Gagosian Gallery. Pace had ...
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Ace Gallery Taken Over by Bankruptcy Court

Los Angeles–based Ace Gallery was taken over by a bankruptcy trustee after founder Douglas Chrismas defaulted on a $17.5 million ...
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Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts Announces 2016 Artist Project Grants

And the winners are . . . Center for the Study of Political Graphics To Protect and Serve? 50 Years ...
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Destroy All Punk

Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood’s son, Joe Corré, has issued a press release stating his plans to burn his £5 ...
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Jeremy Deller Serves up a Nude Iggy Pop for the New York Academy of Art

Iggy Pop served as the nude model in a life drawing class at the New York Academy of Art. The ...
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Billionaire Griffin Pays $500 Million for Two Paintings

Billionaire hedge funder Ken Griffin has bought two paintings, a de Kooning and a Jackson Pollock, for a total of ...
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Facebook sued for censoring nude painting

The Court of Appeal of Paris on Friday ruled that a case opened against Facebook for censoring a 19th-Century nude ...
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Chris Kraus Papers Acquired by NYU

New York University’s Fales Library & Special Collections has acquired the papers of writer and filmmaker Chris Kraus, who rose ...
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Former MIT lecturer who robbed a bank in the name of art pleads guilty to burglary

Washington Post In the rarefied world inhabited by performance artists, gallery owners and MFA candidates, there is something called “non-collectible ...
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Dismantling Art School

The Artist as Debtor The role of educational institutions in shaping and defining artists is being questioned and critiqued by ...
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A Few Good Reasons to Drop Out of Art School

The New Yorker Nestled among the exhibition reviews and auction reports in contemporary-art journalism last week were scattered items about ...
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