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Piero di Cosimo, Perseus Rescuing Andromeda, 1510/13, at the Uffizi.WIKIMEDIA

Piero di Cosimo, Perseus Rescuing Andromeda, 1510/13, at the Uffizi.

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Architect Zaha Hadid has settled her libel lawsuit against the New York Review of Books. [The New York Times]

Five hundred years after his death, Old Master Piero di Cosimo is getting his first retrospective. [The Art Newspaper]

In his new show at Pearl Lam Galleries in Hong Kong, artist Ben Quilty “subverts the ‘straight white male.'” [The Wall Street Journal]

Christie’s New York had a very rough Old Masters sale, with 32 of 54 works failing to find buyers. [Artnet News]

Greg Allen on the art that Richard Nixon displayed while president. [Greg.org]

“The Château de Fontainebleau is stepping out of the shadows of Versailles thanks to a €115m funding boost from the French government. ‘Fontainebleau’s time has come,’ announced the culture minister Fleur Pellerin on Monday at the launch of a strategy to overhaul the palace and grounds 60km south of Paris over the next 12 years.” [The Art Newspaper]

“What Art Reproductions Sell Best in Which Cities?” New York is all about Van Gogh! [The New York Times]

Jenny Holzer will have a show of “silkscreened paintings and hand painted works” at the Museo Correr in Venice during the Biennale. [The Art Newspaper]

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