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Here’s a look at how New York institutions are finding money for their expansion projects in a very crowded field. [The Wall Street Journal]

Checking in with Matthew Ritchie as he concludes his residency at the ICA Boston. [Boston Globe]

The new Susquehanna Art Museum opens to the public in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, this week. [The Sentinel]

The Elgin Marbles become a political issue in Greece. [Artnet]

Jeff Koons received the 2015 Arison Award at the National YoungArts Foundation’s Backyard Ball in Miami. [Page Six]

“The U.S. Embassy and Art Stage Singapore, the city-state’s flagship contemporary art fair, have announced the launch of an annual award celebrating freedom of expression in Singapore.” [The Art Newspaper]

Here’s more on the MFA Houston’s expansion plans. [The Wall Street Journal]

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