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Goldman Sachs senior partner Valentino D. Carlotti and private investor David Shuman are joining the Guggenheim Foundation’s board of trustees. [Artforum]

A Fire Island fire has destroyed Holly House, an LGBTQ artist residency. [Artforum]

The American Academy of Arts and Letters has announced nine winners, selected from the 40 emerging and established artists showing in a group exhibition organized by the AAAL, “Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts,” which opened in New York on March 12. Jane Rosen, Steve Dibenedetto, Brenda Goodman, Gary Lang, and Stanley Lewis received the Arts and Letters Awards in Art; Clintel Steed received the John Koch Award; Irving Petlin and Robert Berlind received the Jacob Lawrence Award and Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Award; and Andrew Piedilato received the Rosenthal Family Foundation Award in Painting. All winners also received $10,000.  [LA Times]

British artist Albert Irvin, who became known for his abstract paintings and prints in the 1980s and 90s, has died. Read his obituary here. [The Guardian]

Juliette Blightman’s “Come inside, bitte” at Eden Eden in Berlin. [Contemporary Art Daily]

The last of Yemen’s art institutions have closed as the threat of a full-blown war looms closer. The popular Basement Cultural Foundation, located in the capital, Sanaa remained open until 20 March, when bombings at local mosques killed 142 people. [The Art Newspaper]

The director of the Albertina Museum in Vienna, Klaus Albrecht Schröder, is calling for a time limit on all Nazi-loot restitution claims on art in public collections. He asks for a time frame of 20-30 years in the future. [The Art Newspaper]

Marianne Boesky Gallery is opening an outpost in Aspen, Colorado. [The Wall Street Journal]

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