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Katherine Bernhardt's Jungle Junk (Laptops, Apple Computers, Headphones, Telephones, Cigarettes, Toilet Paper, Plantains, and Bananas), 2015. COURTESY CANADA GALLERY

Katherine Bernhardt, Jungle Junk (Laptops, Apple Computers, Headphones, Telephones, Cigarettes, Toilet Paper, Plantains, and Bananas), 2015.

COURTESY CANADA GALLERY

Romanian artist Ionel Talpazan, who was discovered selling his U.F.O.-sighting artwork on the streets of Manhattan in the 1980s, has died at the age 60. [The New York Times]

Christine Tohmé will curate the Sharjah Biennial 13, in March 2017. [Artforum]

The Royal College of Art (RCA) has halted admissions for this year’s design interaction course due to a lack of teaching staff. [The Art Newspaper]

Antonio Ramos, a volunteer street artist, was painting a mural in West Oakland, California, when he was shot dead. [San Jose Mercury News]

Lili Dujourie’s “Folds In Time” at Mu.ZEE in Romestraat. [Contemporary Art Daily]

The Frida Kahlo show at the New York Botanical Garden is expected to break an attendance record. [The New York Times]

Asks Jerry Saltz, “Why have there been no great bad-boy women artists?” (Hint: There have been. We just don’t recognize them.) [New York Magazine]

Meet the Koreans at the top of the art world. [The New Yorker]

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