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Pickle the art-loving French bulldog. COURTESY SON LE (@SONONSON)/ VIA @PICKLEBEHOLDING (INSTAGRAM]

Pickle, the art-loving French bulldog looking at Roxy Paine’s Checkpoint (2014) in Denuded Lens at Marianne Boesky Gallery.

COURTESY SON LE (@SONONSON)/ VIA @PICKLEBEHOLDING (INSTAGRAM)

Deborah Luster has been named the 2015 Gardner Fellow in photography at Harvard’s Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. The honor carries with it a $50,000 stipend for a project and the publication of a book. [Photograph]

The increasing length of video works is becoming a presentation problem. [The Art Newspaper]

See Liz Craft’s exhibition, “The Secret Lives of Spiders,” on view now at Jenny’s in Los Angeles. [Contemporary Art Daily]

The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) in Maastricht, on view from March 13-22, known as a leading marketplace for Old Masters artworks and antiques, is defying expectations by launching “Night Fishing,” an exhibition of sculptures by eight contemporary artists. [The Art Newspaper]

In a few weeks, Berenice Abbott’s science photos, such as those of a wave pattern hitting a glass plate and the fixed center of mass of a swinging wrench, will be among the many highlights of “Revelations: Experiments in Photography,” an exhibition at the Science Museum in London that showcases science photography from the late 19th century to the present day. [The Guardian]

“It’s a myth that a passion for creative expression is a one-way ticket to unemployment.” [The Wall Street Journal]

A French bulldog named Pickle, who helped launch Artsy’s inaugural Instagram event series, #ArtWorldSpaces and showed up at fairs around the city last week, is becoming the art world’s favorite blogger. [The Daily Beast]

Read about Art Central, a new Hong Kong fair that’s running at the same time as Art Basel Hong Kong. [The Telegraph]

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