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  • Jeffrey Deitch left MOCA amid controversy. Now he's returning to L.A. to launch a gallery on his own terms.
  • United Talent Agency Fine Arts head Josh Roth dies at 40.
  • The American architect and theorist Robert Venturi has died at the age of 93.
  • Geta Brătescu, the Romanian multidisciplinary artist, has died at age 92.
  • A Los Angeles federal judge allows Adrian Falkner aka Smash 137's lawsuit against GM to move forward.
  • Los Angeles Gallery Chimento Contemporary takes down one of two exhibitions after anti-gentrification protest.
  • Elon Musk plans to launch Japanese billionaire collector Yusaku Maezawa and eight artists into space.
  • Hauser & Wirth is launching a new art magazine called ‘Ursula named after it's co-founder Ursula Hauser.
  • Lucas Casso quits investment banking to start a gallery in Berlin—and may have the key to success.
  • Only art fairs can solve the gallery crisis, says a New York Times op-ed.
  • Remember how art helped bring down the world financial system in 2008?
  • The romance between the art market and cryptocurrencies is getting weirder every day. It won’t end well.
  • WAGE just released a calculator that tells artists if they're getting paid fairly for their work.
  • Berlin shuts down an artist’s bold plan to rebuild the barrier.
  • For his latest spectacle, JR will unveil a massive installation at Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate.
  • This art fair is offering Aston Martins alongside Alex Katz paintings to drive sales.
  • 25 years later, Mario Sorrenti unveils intimate photos of Kate Moss.
  • Millennials in mind: Unseen Amsterdam photography event tempts younger collectors.
  • No gallery? No problem: 9 millennial art strategies that are shaping the future of contemporary art.
  • This photographer subverts gender roles in an intimate series about her relationship.
  • From the living room to the saleroom, how prize artworks get to auction.
  • Sotheby's taps Swizz Beatz to curate a contemporary art sale.
  • Damien Hirst’s former financial wizard conjures more than $13 million for his art collection at Sotheby’s London.
  • Dutch taxidermy duo Jaap Sinke and Ferry van Tongeren elevate death to an art form.
  • Walk of shame? A guerrilla artist put Donald Trump’s Hollywood star behind bars—literally.
  • Ai Weiwei says he is heading to the US—but is too old for New York.
  • Seven giants of Japanese contemporary art who aren’t Murakami or Kusama.
  • This California winery is opening a massive sculpture park with works by Ai Weiwei, Yayoi Kusama, and more.
  • Huma Bhabha’s unsettling sculpture will be the centerpiece of 2019 Yorkshire Sculpture International festival.
  • What the western world has gotten wrong about African Hemba sculpture.
  • What does the road to success look like? Case studies of African American artists from three generations.
  • African American artists are more visible than ever. So why are museums giving them short shrift?
  • The Baghdad-born, Los Angeles-based artist talks about the impetus for her new work at Susanne Vielmetter.
  • Kathryn Andrews presents "Candy Butchers" at Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong.
  • 5Pointz is gone but its artists have reunited to turn a New York stairwell into a ‘Museum of Street Art’.
  • Ten artists who unpacked the symbolism of the four seasons.
  • Inside her Ghent studio, Berlinde De Bruyckere discusses death, drapery and intimacy in her work.
  • What astrology can tell us about these 12 famous artists.
  • Salvator Mundi’s patchwork provenance now includes a 50-year stop in Louisiana.
  • Returning to its Swiss roots, Hauser & Wirth is opening its ninth gallery in St. Moritz.
  • Glenstone Museum's giant $200 million expansion is ready, but will visitors come?
  • Met plans to leave Breuer building, making way for the Frick.
  • Las Vegas is really high on its new cannabis museum—and its giant ‘hittable’ bong.
  • An artist-designed Monopoly edition highlights the game’s anti-gentrification roots.
  • Mystery identity of Van Gogh’s 'gardener' solved.
  • Exhibition at Albertina Museum presents 100 paintings by Claude Monet.
  • Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, the Dada Baroness who invented the readymade.
  • Pat Steir will make monumental waterfall paintings for both the Barnes and the Hirshhorn in 2019.
  • Why your doctor may be prescribing art classes in the future.

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