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Surprise!

Although the groundwork for the National Endowment for the Arts was laid during his presidency, John F. Kennedy wasn’t an art lover, contrary to popular belief. [The Washington Post]

According to one report, Tallahassee, Florida, is the “art buying capital of the U.S.” [Tallahassee.com]

Novelists Turned Art Critics
Tom Wolfe remembers Marie Cosindas, one of the first color photographers, who died earlier this year at 93. [Vulture]

Zadie Smith addresses Jordan Peele’s film Get Out and Dana Schutz’s painting Open Casket. [Harper’s]

Collecting

Leonardo DiCaprio has reportedly offered to give up Jean-Michel Basquiat and Pablo Picasso paintings from his collection to the FBI as part of an investigation into the art collector Jho Low. [The Art Newspaper]

Around New York

With the Guggenheim Museum surveying the oddball Salon de la Rose+Croix, Alex Ross writes on the strange, true story of modernism’s occult roots. [The New Yorker]

With a retrospective on view now at the Museum of Modern Art, consider Louise Lawler’s photographs of art, which ponder how works relate to one another when shown in museums and galleries. [Art in America]

John Giorno, the subject of a New York City–wide survey put together by Ugo Rondinone, gets the profile treatment. [New York Post]

An Attack in Paris

Following an attack yesterday in Paris, visitors to the Grand Palais were briefly confined to an Auguste Rodin show. [Bozeman Daily Chronicle/Associated Press]

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