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The "Germoney" flag hung over the German pavilion. HITO STEYERL/VIA FACEBOOK

The “Germoney” flag hung over the German pavilion.

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The German Pavilion artists have hung a Greek flag over their Venice Biennale pavilion’s entrance. Written across the flag, in large red letters, is the word “Germoney.” [Artforum]

Rachel Howard, one of Damien Hirst’s assistants, steps into the limelight for a solo show at the Jerwood Gallery, in Hastings, England. [The Guardian]

The Hermitage will open a 15-story contemporary art museum designed by Hani Rashid and Lise Anne Couture in Moscow. [New York Times]

The Met unveils Meow Met, a Chrome extension that reveals cat art from the Met’s collection any time you open a new tab. [Hyperallergic]

LACMA’s hip Snapchats, which make use of phrases like “dadbod” and “on fleek,” are meant to appeal to teens. [Business Insider]

The first volume of Ellsworth Kelly’s catalogue raisonné shows how an artist moves into abstraction. [Wall Street Journal]

Following a backlash, German culture minister Monika Grütters is revising a controversial law that would regulate the international sale of work by German artists. [Süddeutsche Zeitung]

Ian Kiaer at Lulu. [Contemporary Art Daily]

For “The $20 Art Show,” at Con Art Collective, artists sold postcards for $20 each. [Bedford + Bowery]

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