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Map of ancient Rome. COURTESY CATHOLIC-RESOURCES.ORG

Map of ancient Rome.

COURTESY CATHOLIC-RESOURCES.ORG

Dia Art Foundation will not be building a new space in Manhattan, said new director Jessica Morgan of former director Phillipe Vergne’s plan. [The Art Newspaper]

The map of ancient Rome is being redrawn. [The Art Newspaper]

“Coming soon … Dismaland Calais,” announced Banksy this past Sunday. Materials from his Dismaland theme park will be sent to a migrant camp in France known as the “jungle.” [The New York Times]

Subhash Kapoor strikes again: now the Toledo Museum of Art is returning four ancient artifacts to India, having failed to establish provenance. [The New York Times]

“Homeless Man Panhandled For Days To Buy Art Supplies.” [USA Today]

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has made a study lounge out of Van Gogh’s Bedroom. [JournalStar]

John Miller’s “Counterpublics” at Campoli Presti in London. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Lydia Cash’s paintings were stolen from a Chicago art fair this past weekend. [NBC Chicago]

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