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Forrest Nash, the founder of Contemporary Art Daily. TORBEN ZENTH

Forrest Nash, the founder of Contemporary Art Daily.

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Forrest Nash on founding Contemporary Art Daily and his website’s new directions. [Art F City]

People are sending emails and comments to the Smithsonian in protest of “Conversations,” an exhibition with loans and support from the Cosbys. [U.S. News]

A mobster from Hartford, Connecticut may be the FBI’s last hope of finding the art stolen in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist. [Hartford Courant]

A Robert Venturi house in Philadelphia could be yours for just $1.75 million. [New York Times]

Man Booker Prize–winning author Julian Barnes on two new books about Vincent van Gogh. [London Review of Books]

Santa Monica arts institutions near the airport are facing severe rent hikes because they are on government-owned property. [Los Angeles Times]

Aboriginal art is having a comeback, and it’s because of Instagram. [CNN]

Watson, IBM’s supercomputer, can guess that you don’t like art very much. [Wired]

Cynthia Daignault at Rowhouse Project. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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