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Hauser Wirth & Schimmel’s forthcoming Los Angeles space is going to sport “a bookstore, a research area, an education lab, a planting garden (complete with water fountain for dogs), a public breezeway and, of course, a restaurant.” [Los Angeles Times]

The Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami searches for new direction. [Miami Herald]

FRAUDS

The Smithsonian may have bought works by the Michigan dealer selling frauds. [The Daily Beast]

Introducing the Malware Museum, where “emulated versions of a number of MS-DOS viruses from the 1980s and 1990s” are on display. [The Verge]

RUSSIA

A collection of early modern masterpieces, owned by a Russian collector, will be reunited in Moscow this year. [The Art Newspaper]

BANGLADESH

Rasel Chowdhury has won the 2016 Samdani Art Award, Bangladesh’s premier art award. [Artinfo]

ROYAL PRINTS

Prince Charles has apparently sold more than £6 million ($8.64 million) worth of his original prints. [Express]

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