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London – Richard Wentworth “Black Maria” at Central Saint Martins, through March 12th, 2013

Saturday, March 2nd, 2013

New York – Marcel Dzama: “Une Danse des Bouffons (A Jester’s Dance)” at David Zwirner through October 25th, 2014

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

New York Times Interviews Marcel Dzama, Kim Gordon and The Arcade Fire’s Tim Kingsbury

Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Dzama to Premiere New Film in Toronto

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Go See – Chexbres, Switzerland – Marcel Duchamp and the Forestay Waterfall through June 13, 2010

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

AO On Site – Philadelphia: Marcel Duchamp “Étant donnés” at Philadelphia Museum of Art, through November 29, 2009

Sunday, September 6th, 2009
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Paintings By Queen Victoria Head to Auction in London

January 20th, 2023

A rare pair of floral paintings by Queen Victoria will go to auction next week, expecting prices of £8,000 and £10,000, Art News reports. 
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Michael Rakowitz Proposes Gift of Fourth Plinth Statue to British Museum in Exchange for Return of Assyrian Arifacts to Iraq

January 20th, 2023

Iraqi-American artist Michael Rakowitz is proposing that the British Museum return one of its ancient Assyrian treasures to Iraq in exchange for the donation of his fourth plinth sculpture to the UK. “As I pondered my gift to the nation of Great Britain, I began to fantasise that it could be attached to a second gift: the return of one of the British Museum’s lamassu to the country of Iraq, to replace what was destroyed by Daesh [or Islamic State],” he writes in an open letter.
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Art News Traces Continued Challenges of Repatriation at The Met

January 20th, 2023

Art News has a piece this week discussing ongoing issues with repatriation at The Met, reviewing some disputed works still on view. “Once you know that someone is acquiring artifacts without looking too closely as a source, the first thing you should do is look deeper,” says Erin Thompson, an associate professor of art crime at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
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