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View east to	galleries and	entrance to Crystal	Bridges.COURTESY CRYSTAL BRIDGES MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, BENTONVILLE, ARKANSAS/PHOTO: TIMOTHY HURSLEY.

View east to galleries and entrance to Crystal Bridges.

COURTESY CRYSTAL BRIDGES MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, BENTONVILLE, ARKANSAS/PHOTO: TIMOTHY HURSLEY.

“Painting at Clark Art Museum deemed real Rembrandt” [The Boston Globe]

“State of the Art” at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art “represents a serious effort to introduce contemporary art to a mainstream audience far from the rarefied galleries of urban centers.” [Associated Press]

“Two hundred years after his death, the Marquis de Sade, dark philosopher of libertines and sexual freedom, is making a comeback as a muse for art exhibitions, a video game and an unlikely museum trailer.” [New York Times]

David Zwirner will debut a “major new” Richard Serra sculpture in New York. [The Art Newspaper]

William Dalrymple goes long on India’s “greatest picture gallery,” the Ajanta caves. [The New York Review of Books]

Paul Bettany and Jennifer Connelly will be honored at Artwalk NY, a benefit that will support the Coalition for the Homeless and include an auction of works by Chuck Close, Ed Ruscha, Cindy Sherman, and others. [Page Six]

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