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The Other Art Fair, where artists sell directly to the public and dealers are nonexistent. [The Art Newspaper]

Bronze statues originally designed for Cardinal Wolsey’s tomb have been purchased by the Victoria & Albert Museum. [The Guardian]

The Louvre Abu Dhabi has purchased a portrait of George Washington by Gilbert Stuart. [The Wall Street Journal]

Here’s a look at the new Edward M. Kennedy Institute in Boston. [The New York Times]

The Nova Southeastern University’s art museum is making a slight name change. It’s now the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, not the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale. It has a new website too. [Miami Herald]

Trevor Paglen remembers Harun Farocki. [Artforum]

New York’s Museum of Jewish Heritage faces financial woes and has been in the red for the past five years. [The Wall Street Journal]

Video games come to museums and The Art Newspaper asks: what does it all mean? [The Art Newspaper]

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