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Here’s a Q&A with LaToya Ruby Frazier about her new book of photographs. [Los Angeles Times]

After 5 months in prison, Helly Nahmad has moved to a halfway house. [New York Observer]

Expletive-yelling protestors were arrested at Miami Basel. [NBC 6 South Florida via Art Market Monitor]

Hannah Rothschild will be the first woman to chair the National Gallery in London. [The Guardian]

After attending Miami Basel, Swizz Beatz wants to start an “artists club” in the Meatpacking District. [Page Six]

Here’s are some details on the redesign of the Cooper-Hewitt museum, which opens Friday: “Every inch of the historic building has been restored, from its wrought-iron fence to the original teak floors. Entering the mansion’s Great Hall, visitors will be greeted by what is billed as the largest multi-user, ultra-high-definition touchscreen, which allows users to browse images of the museum’s collection. Upstairs, the Immersion Room invites visitors to select and project one of 500 digital images of wallpaper patterns onto the walls at full scale.” [The Art Newspaper]

In case you’re not sick of Basel news, here’s a final interview with Ryan McNamera, who stole the show down in Miami. [T: The New York Times Style Magazine]

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