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07/08/2023 by: Ryan Lutz

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Imani Roach to Lead PMA’s New Center for African and African Diasporic Art

The Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) has announced Imani Roach as the inaugural director of its newly established Brind Center for African and African Diasporic Art. Made possible by an

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Zwirner to Christen LA Flagship

David Zwirner gallery is set to welcome its third and largest Los Angeles outpost on May 23, according to the New York Times. The gallery, at 606 North Western Avenue, will

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Pierre Huyghe Wins Fondation Simone et Cino Del Duca’s Grand Prix

French multidisciplinary artist Pierre Huyghe has won the Fondation Simone et Cino Del Duca’s 2024 Grand Prix Artistique on the recommendation of the Académie des Beaux-Arts, ArtReview reports. The honor,

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Met Signs Cultural Property Agreement with Thailand, Repatriates Sculptures

Officials from New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and those representing Thailand’s Ministry of Culture on April 25 signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) formalizing their commitment to work together

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Louvre Contemplates Moving Mona Lisa to Underground Chamber

Officials at the Louvre in Paris are considering moving the Mona Lisa to a belowground room to “put an end to public disappointment,” as museum director Laurence des Cars told staff. “I place

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15th Dak’Art Biennial Postponed Six Months

Senegal’s Ministry of Youth, Sports, and Culture has announced that it is postponing the fifteenth iteration of the Dak’Art Biennial of Contemporary African Art. Originally set to run May 16–June

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Striking Art Gallery of Ontario Workers Gain Contract, Museum to Reopen

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), which closed to the public on March 26 as more than four hundred unionized workers went on strike, is set to reopen on April 30. The employees,

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Judge Throws Out Judd Foundation Suit Over Wrecked Sculpture

New York’s Supreme Court has dismissed a case filed by the Judd Foundation against a pair of galleries over allegations that they returned a loaned work in unsalable condition. The

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Arts Professionals Enter the Fray as Pro-Palestinian Protests Spread

As calls across the country grow for a ceasefire, and college campuses and arts institutions increasingly become sites of public demonstrations related to the conflict, arts professionals and cultural workers

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Art Institute of Chicago Fights to Retain “Looted” Schiele Work

The Art Institute of Chicago in a 132-page court filing rejected the assertion by Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg’s office that an Egon Schiele drawing in its possession had been

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Getty Museum to Return Ancient Bronze Head to Turkey

The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles on April 24 announced that it would return to Turkey an ancient life-size bronze sculpture of a young man’s head. The museum

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Long-Lost Gustav Klimt Painting Commands $37 Million at Auction

An unfinished, unsigned 1917 portrait of a young girl by Gustav Klimt that had been missing for almost a hundred years hammered for $37 million at auction in Vienna today.

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Updated July 8, 2023  by Ryan Lutz