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Here’s Kate Sutton at Croatia’s Mobile Biennial. [Artforum]

New analysis by The New York Times shows that art flipping today is fairly rare, and consistent with past eras. [The New York Times]

Here’s a little profile of New York’s Reena Spaulings gallery. [T: The New York Times Style Magazine]

Street artist Olek does underwater sculptures in Mexico to try to draw attention to marine conservation efforts. Turns out she may have killed some marine life in the process. [Associated Press]

John Hind recalls interviewing Tracey Emin back in 1997. [The Guardian]

Dominique Nabokov on Garry Winogrand’s show at the Met. [New York Review of Books]

“Palestinian artists have gotten attention for their war-inspired creations by posting them on social media networks, where thousands have ‘liked’ or shared them.” [NYT]

Here’s a look at the London mansion that Damien Hirst bought for £34 million ($56.9 million). [Daily Mail]

“A New York businessman and Turtle Conservancy board member is calling for a boycott of the Aspen Art Museum until a controversial exhibit featuring tortoises carrying iPads on their backs is removed.” For now, the Cai Guo-Qiang piece remains on view. [NBC 9News]

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