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05/19/2023  by: Ryan Lutz

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Hans-Peter Feldmann, German Conceptual Artist with a Prankish Love for the Ordinary, Dies at 82

For one talked-about installation at the Guggenheim, he pinned $100,000 to the museum's walls.

- - Alex Greenberger
Brooklyn Museum Dismisses Negative Reviews of Hannah Gadsby’s ‘Pablo-matic’ Show

One of the show's curators wrote, "that feeling when it's Pablo-Matic gets (male) art critics' knickers in a twist"

- - Karen K. Ho
British Museum Ends 27-Year Sponsorship Deal With BP

The move has been lauded by environmental activists as a victory.

- - Tessa Solomon
A Retired Garbage Man Found 2,000-Year-Old Roman and Etruscan Statues Now on View in Rome

When the statues were first discovered, experts claimed they would “rewrite history.”

- - Daniel Cassady
A Rare Fra Angelico Painting Will Be Offered at Auction for the Second Time Ever

The panel is an example of Fra Anglico's revolutionary understanding of perspective.

- - Shanti Mattei
Bakhyt Bubikanova, Kazakh Artist on the Rise, Dies at 38

Her work is included in the current Gwangju Biennale.

- - Alex Greenberger
A New Exhibition Looks at Our Relationship to Milk and Its Role in Society, Culture, and Global Politics

The wide-ranging exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London features a mix of historical objects and contemporary artworks.

- - Maximilíano Durón
At Bard, a Cutting-Edge Program Offers Students from Conflict Zones a Path to Art-Making

A new center is offering master's candidates degrees in Human Rights and the Arts.

- - Shanti Mattei
Kasmin After Kasmin: How a Gallery Moves On After Losing Its Founder

“I don’t think Paul would have ever retired, he was too passionate,” Olney told ARTnews.

- - Daniel Cassady
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Updated May 19, 2023  by Ryan Lutz
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