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Richard Prince's "Instagram Portrait" of Melania Trump, which the artist renounced this week, calling it "fake art." RICHARD PRINCE (@RICHARDPRINCE4)/VIA TWITTER

Richard Prince’s “Instagram Portrait” of Melania Trump, which the artist renounced this week, calling it “fake art.”

RICHARD PRINCE (@RICHARDPRINCE4)/VIA TWITTER

Collecting (and Losing) Art

After denouncing his “Instagram Portrait” of Melania Trump and calling it “fake art,” Richard Prince has gotten back the $36,000 the President-elect’s daughter paid for his work. [Twitter/The New York Times]

“Six mistakes you might be making in hanging or cleaning your art.” [Chicago Daily Herald]

Market

Brice Marden is now represented by Gagosian Gallery. He was formerly represented by Matthew Marks. [The New York Times]

Museums

Holland Cotter reviews the Grey Art Gallery’s “Inventing Downtown” show, which surveys artist-run spaces in Lower Manhattan between 1952 and 1965, calling the exhibition, “funky, diverse, down to earth.” [The New York Times]

Aruna D’Souza reviews Nina Katchadourian’s audio tour for the Museum of Modern Art. [4 Columns]

The Wichita Art Museum is looking for a new curator after its last one, Lisa Volpe, accepted a job at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. [The Wichita Eagle]

What Jeffrey Deitch Did Today

Jeffrey Deitch is teaming up with the clothing line Uniqlo for “Art for All,” a store within a store that will peddle relatively inexpensive artworks. [Business of Fashion]

Looking Toward the Future

The Pantheon in Rome may start charging an admission fee, to help the Italian city maintain the monument. [The Art Newspaper]

Photographer Petra Collins plans to make a horror film next, because “it’s a genre that you can subvert and create any story.” [Vanity Fair]

Net Art

With Rhizome having added Alexei Shulgin’s Form Art (1997) to its Net Art Anthology, the artist discusses his work with Josephine Bosma. [Rhizome]

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