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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.”


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]


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


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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