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Socrates Sculpture Park Director to Step Down

Friday, October 16th, 2020

New York — “Landmark” at Socrates Sculpture Park Through August 28th, 2016

Sunday, August 14th, 2016

Whitney Museum Donates Studio Space to Socrates Sculpture Park

Friday, May 16th, 2014

Controversial Queens Sculpture Secluded Behind Fence

Monday, December 30th, 2013

New York – Mark di Suvero: “Little Dancer” at Paula Cooper Gallery Through July 3, 2013.

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

Go See – New York: Art In General and Jason Bailer Losh present ‘Chinese Take Out’ at Art In General and in various restaurants in Chinatown, through July 2nd, 2011

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Mark di Suvero Gives NYT a Tour of His Studio

Friday, October 28th, 2016
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Baltimore Museum of Art Chairs Claim to Have Rescinded Gifts of $50 Million in Continuation of Deaccessioning Row

October 26th, 2020

Two former board chairmen at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Charles Newhall III and Stiles Colwill,  claim to have rescinded planned gifts of $50 million over the museum’s decision to deaccession works from its collection, with the museum denying it had any knowledge of the pledged donation.  “While we appreciate that Charles Newhall is expressing that he had intended on making such a pledge, this was not negotiated or recorded with the museum,” Clair Zamoiski Segal, chairwoman of the board of trustees.


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Phillips to Sell $35 million David Hockney Landscape

October 26th, 2020

Phillips will sell a $35 million David Hockney landscape this winter, the 1980 work Nichols Canyon. Nichols Canyon is, without question, the most significant landscape by Hockney to ever appear at auction,” says Jean-Paul Engelen, Phillips’ deputy chairman and co-head of 20th century and contemporary art.
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Hammer Museum Quietly Opens Parts of Made in LA Biennial

October 26th, 2020

For the last two weeks, the Hammer Museum has quietly been putting up parts of its Made in LA Biennial, The LA Post reports.  “We were waiting for more of the projects to be installed before we invited people to experience them,” Hammer Museum representative Nancy Lee said. 
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