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Kara Walker Profiled in New York Magazine

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Fernando Botero Profiled in W Magazine

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Lisa Yuskavage Painting Censored on Magazine Cover

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Bidoun Art Magazine Reflects on Decade of Focus on Middle Eastern Artists and Art

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Claes Oldenburg Featured in Interview Magazine This Month

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Mickalene Thomas Interviewed in New York Magazine

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DIS Releases Book Celebrating the Art Selfie

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

W Magazine Spotlights Maxwell Graham and his Essex Street Gallery

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

New York – DIS: “DISown” at Red Bull Studios Through April 6th, 2014

Thursday, March 13th, 2014

DIS Announces Diffusion Art Line to Launch Next Month

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

New York – Andisheh Avini at Marianne Boesky Gallery Through February 15th

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Matthew Barney Interviewed in New York Times Magazine

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Keith Sonnier Interviewed in NYT Magazine

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

Jeff Koons Interviewed in New York Times Magazine

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Wangechi Mutu Profiled in New York Magazine

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Margaret Lee Profiled in New York Times Magazine

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New York Magazine Goes in Search of Hopper’s “Nighthawks” Diner

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Madrid – Vik Muniz: “Pictures of Magazine 2″ at Galeria Elba Benítez through January 26th, 2013

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

New York Magazine pens an ambitiously in-depth portrait of the state of affairs of the world’s most powerful art dealer, Larry Gagosian

Monday, January 21st, 2013
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Walker Art Center to Commission Native American Artist Work

July 20th, 2018

Walker Art Center, via Art NewsThe Walker Art Center in Minneapolis will commission a Native artist to do a public artwork for the museum’s sculpture garden, a response to the controversy over artist Sam Durant’s Scaffold work. “We are extremely fortunate to be working with the expertise, knowledge, and creative thinking of this committee, who collectively will help bring an important new work of art to the Walker Art Center collection and to the Twin Cities,” says Siri Engberg, the Walker’s senior curator and director of exhibitions.
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Royal Academy Plans Show of Works by Bill Viola and Michelangelo

July 20th, 2018

Bill Viola, via The GuardianThe Royal Academy in London will mount a show of works by Bill Viola alongside works by Michelangelo, The Guardian reports. “I got out the Michelangelos for him, thinking they had much more connection with the themes that Bill had been exploring throughout his career,” Martin Clayton, the head of prints and drawings at the Royal Collection, says of a meeting years ago between Viola and himself, “and he was blown away by them.”
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Pace Appoints Whitney Ferrare Director of Hong Kong Space

July 20th, 2018

Whitney Ferrare, via Art NewsPace Gallery has appointed Whitney Ferrare senior director of its Hong Kong location, bringing her over from Gagosian’s Hong Kong space. “Pace is distinct for its long-held and dedicated engagement with the artists and collectors across Asia—having partnered with legendary dealer Leng Lin to be the first major Western gallery to open a space in Asia, launching Pace in Beijing in 2008,” Ferrare says. “It feels particularly momentous to join Pace as the gallery celebrates its 10th anniversary in Asia, now with galleries in Hong Kong and Seoul, as well as Beijing.”
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