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Cincinnati Art Museum Announces New Director

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

New York: ‘Keith Haring: 1978–1982′ at the Brooklyn Museum through July 8, 2012

Sunday, April 15th, 2012

Whitney 2008 Biennial Artists Announced

Wednesday, December 5th, 2007

AO On Site – New York: Nick Cave 'For Now' at Mary Boone through October 22, 2011

Sunday, September 25th, 2011

New York – Jim Dine at Pace Gallery Through March 23rd, 2013

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

New York: Joyce Pensato 'Batman Returns' at Friedrich Petzel Gallery through February 25, 2012

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Go See: KAWS at Gering Lopez Gallery, New York, through December 23rd

Thursday, November 13th, 2008
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Controversial Nick Cave Installation Heads to Brooklyn Museum

January 15th, 2021

The Brooklyn Museum will install Nick Cave’s piece Truth Be Told outside the museum, which generated controversy last during its installation at the Jack Shainman space in Kinderhook, NY.  “Museums are being called on to tell the truth, from the painful to the celebratory,” says museum director Anne Pasternak. “We can invite a constructive conversation.”
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Guggenheim Names Naomi Beckwith as Deputy Director and Chief Curator

January 15th, 2021

The Guggenheim has appointed Naomi Beckwith, formerly senior curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago as deputy director and chief curator. “If you look out over the cultural landscape — particularly in the U.S. — she is quite obviously one of the outstanding leaders of today with a huge potential as well,” says museum director Richard Armstrong. “She’s very adept at issues of identity and, particularly, multidisciplinary art. We have to think about the Guggenheim’s growth over the next few years, so it needs to be a person with enormous capacity.”
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Bloomberg Charts Rush of Galleries Moving Works Out of UK Before Brexit

January 15th, 2021

A piece in Bloomberg charts the rush by galleries to move works out of the UK before Brexit goes into effect. “The higher up the market, the more global it is,” says Anthony Browne, chairman of the British Art Market Federation, regarding the challenges posed by shipping more works outside of the UK borders. “It’s the smaller galleries and dealers and mid-market ones that have buyers in the EU that will be mostly affected.”
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