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    CURATION

    Steve Martin has curated an exhibition of paintings by Lawren Harris at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The show opens this Saturday. [Boston Globe]

    Over 80 well-known photographers are protesting the decision to move the photography collection now in the National Media Museum in Bradford, England, to the Victoria & Albert Museum in London in order to create the world’s largest photography archive. [Time]

    OFFER

    The Milwaukee Art Museum has made an offer to buy the the O’Donnell Park property and its multi-level parking garage from Milwaukee County for $28.8 million. [Biz Times]

    WHY WE NEED ART

    In honor of international women’s day yesterday, Chirlane McCray talks to New York magazine about why women need art. [New York Magazine]

    Hauser Wirth & Schimmel preserves the old graffiti at its new L.A. space. [T Magazine]

    A FEW MORE

    Here are Charline von Heyl’s 100 favorite paintings. [Artinfo]

    Iranian artists talk about the positives and negatives of being branded by their ethnicity. [The Guardian]

    A writer visits the newly revamped Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky. [WFPL]

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