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The Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles has elected four new trustees, including artist Mark Bradford. [Los Angeles Times]

ArtReview‘s annual Power 100 list is out, and Tate Director Nicholas Serota is at the top, followed by David Zwirner, Iwan Wirth, and Glenn Lowry. [ArtReview]

The University of Iowa announced plans for a new art museum. The space it previously occupied was severely damaged by flooding in 2008. [The Gazette]

“Banksy: Does it matter if his art is defaced?” [The Telegraph]

FIAC detailed spin-off fairs, among them FIAC L.A. and “(Off)icielle [which] runs from Oct. 22-26 at Paris’s new City of Fashion and Design, known as Les Docks, which opened in 2012 in the 13th Arrondissement in the city’s southeast quadrant. Sixty-eight galleries from 13 countries will be showcasing works there in a vast, 3,700-square-meter space.” [The New York Times]

Here’s a profile of sculptor Emily Young. No real peg but, if you’re interested. [The New York Times]

Yuji Agematsu at Artspeak in Vancouver. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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