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Installation view of "Wolfgang Tillmans: Studio," 2016. COURTESY GALERIE BUCHHOLZ, BERLIN AND COLOGNE

Wolfgang Tillmans at Galerie Buchholz, Berlin

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Rebecca Rabinow Named Director at Menil Collection

The Menil Collection in Houston has announced that Dr. Rebecca Rabinow will be taking over as the institution’s director, effective in July. Rabinow is currently the Leonard A. Lauder Curator of Modern Art at the Met, where she has worked since … Read More

Expo Chicago 2015.

Here’s the Exhibitor List for EXPO Chicago 2016

Expo Chicago has released the exhibitor list for its fifth edition, which will take place September 22-25 at Chicago’s Navy Pier’s Festival Hall at 600 East Grand Avenue.This year, 145 galleries from 23 countries and 52 cities around the world … Read More

The Scottish Rite Masonic Temple, which will be home to the museum.LARRY UNDERHILL/LOS ANGELES CONSERVANCY

Philipp Kaiser Will Curate First Show at Marciano Foundation’s L.A. Museum, Will Open in Early 2017 [Updated]

Yesterday, curator Philipp Kaiser and a source close to the Maurice and Paul Marciano Art Foundation said that the organization would open its hotly anticipated private museum in Los Angeles in mid-November. Kaiser, a former senior curator at the Museum … Read More

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Film still of Sterling Hayden in Stanley Kubrick’s The Killing, 1956. COURTESY THE CRITERION COLLECTION

Nazis, Con Men, Forgers, and Thieves: Art Crime in Postwar Cinema

On August 21, 1961, Francisco Goya’s Portrait of the Duke of Wellington (1812–14) was stolen from the National Gallery in London. The British government had purchased the painting 19 days earlier for £140,000, matching the bid of New York collector … Read More

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Daniel S. Palmer. 


Public Art Fund Names Daniel S. Palmer Associate Curator

The Public Art Fund has announced the appointment of Daniel S. Palmer as associate curator, effective May 31.Palmer currently serves as the Leon Levy assistant curator at the Jewish Museum in New York, where he has organized shows including “Unorthodox,” … Read More


Pyotr Pavlensky Convicted of Vandalism in Moscow for Pro-Ukraine Protest

The Associated Press reports that dissident Russian performance artist Pyotr Pavlensky was convicted today in Moscow of vandalism during a pro-Ukraine protest. Though he was sentenced to 16 months in prison, he will not spend any time in jail because … Read More

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Morning Links: Brooklyn Museum Buyouts Edition

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Pictures at an Exhibition
Pablo Bronstein, Historical Dances in an Antique Setting, 2016, performance view, at Tate Britain, London. BROTHERTONLOCK/©PABLO BRONSTEIN

Pablo Bronstein at Tate Britain, London

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Dr. Marcelle Polednik.


Milwaukee Art Museum Names Marcelle Polednik Director

Following recent news that the Milwaukee Art Museum had received an $8 million endowment to fund a new directorship, the museum has announced the appointment of Dr. Marcelle Polednik as the first Donna and Donald Baumgartner director following a rigorous … Read More

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Dr. Robert Mintz Named Deputy Director, Art and Programs at Asian Art Museum

San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum announced today that Dr. Robert Mintz will now be its Deputy Director, Art and Programs. Mintz starts his position at the museum on July 5.Mintz comes from the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, where he … Read More


Pratt President Thomas F. Schutte Will Resign In 2017

Thomas F. Schutte, the president of Brooklyn’s Pratt Institute—a top school for art, design and architecture—announced today that he will step down following the 2016–17 academic year. Schutte has been at the helm of Pratt for 23 years, and will be … Read More

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Leslie-Lohman Museum’s Hunter O’Hanian Named Executive Director of College Art Association

The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art announced today that its director, Hunter O’Hanian, has accepted a position at the College Art Association, the New York–based organization devoted to fostering an academic discussion about art and its purpose. Starting … Read More

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Consumer Reports: Simon Denny

Simon Denny is a New Zealand-born artist who currently lives and works in Berlin. Recent solo exhibitions include Serpentine Gallery, London; MoMA PS1, New York; and Portikus, Frankfurt. In 2015, Denny represented New Zealand at the 56th Venice Biennale. He … Read More