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A delicious hot dog and cheeseburger from Shake Shack.



Today is World AIDS Days. Gallery 874 in Atlanta is currently hosting a show called “Living With,” which focuses on people who are HIV positive. [NBC News]


Ted Loos speaks with 7 of the 21 dealers who are making their debut at Art Basel Miami Beach, including The Box, of Los Angeles, and Di Donna Galleries, of New York. [The New York Times]

And Kat Herriman writes about 4 young galleries at the fair for the first time, including New York outfits JTT and Off Vendome. [T: The New York Times Style Magazine]

The art scene in Miami is growing. [The New York Times]

The most important news to come out of Miami Basel: a local restaurant is offering a pizza made in collaboration with Shake Shack. [@EvanBenn/Twitter]


“How high will art prices go?” A nice little infographic that compares how the major auction houses have performed. [Wall Street Journal]

John Baldessari talks about the BMW Art Car that he designed. “I’ve driven BMWs all my life,” he said. [The Verge]


“The Museo del Prado announced today that director Miguel Zugaza will step down from his post after fifteen years to join the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum as director.” [Artforum]

Bonuses, Lots of Them

Here’s a nice video about Richard Prince’s cowboy photographs, produced as part of Time magazine’s special 100 Photographs issue, which collects “the most influential images of all time.” [Time]

A new video for the band The xx was shot in Marfa, Texas. [Queerty]

A profile of artist Laolu Senbanjo. [The New York Times]

The most-streamed artist of 2016? Drake, naturally. [BBC News]

Nina Canell in Berlin! [Contemporary Art Daily]

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