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Morning Links: K-Pop Edition


T.O.P, a member of the K-Pop group Big Bang, is to present a Sotheby’s charity auction in Hong Kong this October. [Korea Herald]


In the wake of a cancellation of a Black Lives Matter benefit, theater artists protest. [New York Times]


Hassan Sharif, considered by many to be one of the most important artists to emerge out of the United Arab Emirates, has died. [The National]


Greek collector Dimitris Daskalopoulos is to fund a new cultural center in Athens. [The Art Newspaper]


The New Yorker asks “why are there so many great Argentine dancers?” [The New Yorker]


Kanye West has joined Instagram. He tweeted that “it’s my art.” [Dazed]


A New York Art Book Fair “Best of the Books.” [Crave Online]

Photos of the group show “Home” at LUMA Foundation in Zurich. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Documentation of the group exhibition “189 Beach 96th,” organized by Irina Lotarevich and Justin Caguiat. [Sex Magazine]

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