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A portion of the computer code for an algorithm that recently sold at auction, designed by Chris Maury at Pittsburgh-based Conversant Labs. COURTESY ARTSY

A portion of the computer code for an algorithm that recently sold at auction, designed by Chris Maury at Pittsburgh-based Conversant Labs.

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Boston has been named the most inspiring city for young artists. [Hyperallergic]

Group show, “Die Marmory Show II: Impoverishment,” curated by Nikola Dietrich and featuring Leidy Churchman, Shannon Ebner, Judith Hopf, Tobias Madison, Park McArthur, Manfred Pernice & Martin Städeli, Christoph Schäfer, Eric Sidner, Peter Wächtler at Deborah Schamoni Gallery in Munich. [Contemporary Art Daily]

The Hermann Nitsch show that was cancelled by Museo Jumex this past February will open in Palermo, Sicily this summer. [The Art Newspaper]

“What’s hot in the art world? Algorithms.” [The Wall Street Journal]

Tens of thousands masterpieces of Russian avant-garde art are located in Uzbekistan. [Al Jazeera]

Richard Prince is appropriating Instagram photos. [Fortune]

Denver is spending almost $2 million on public art, for the purpose of reducing crime. [Fox News]

Abu Dhabi’s Louvre will ‘redefine’ art. [The National]

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