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White Cube to Represent Al Held Estate

September 19th, 2018

Al Held, via Art NewsWhite Cube will now represent the Al Held Foundation, Art News reports. “Looking at his abstract paintings today, you can see that he was way ahead of his time, and as such, his work speaks to a number of contemporary practitioners of abstraction,” John Good, the gallery’s director of artist estates, said in a statement. 
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Louis Marchesano Takes Over as Senior Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs at Philadelphia Museum of Art

September 19th, 2018

Louis Marchesano, via Art NewsLouis Marchesano will become the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s new senior curator of prints, drawings, and photographs. “I’m especially excited about working with colleagues across the museum and thinking creatively about new exhibitions and research projects,” he says. “This is a great moment to be joining the PMA given its ambitious campaign to transform and renew the institution.”
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Jenny Holzer Interviewed in The Guardian

September 19th, 2018

Jenny Holzer, via The GuardianJenny Holzer is interviewed in The Guardian this week, as the artist prepares to show a new body of work discussing gun violence and shooting deaths in the United States. “I wanted to collect what we did very, very, quickly after the Parkland shooting,” she says. “Wanting to show the work at Tate made me assemble the stills and video, and go back into the animation. I wanted to be able to show the content to another group of people.”
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