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Don’t Miss: Sam Taylor-Wood, “Yes I No,” through November 29 at White Cube Gallery, Mason’s Yard, London

Saturday, November 22nd, 2008

Newslinks for Saturday August 23, 2008

Saturday, August 23rd, 2008

Saatchi Buys out Student Art at Royal Academy Show

Wednesday, June 18th, 2008

“You Dig the Tunnel, I’ll Hide the Soil” at White Cube, London, April 4- May 10

Thursday, May 8th, 2008

The Fourth Plinth Contest at the National Gallery in London

Friday, January 25th, 2008

Go See – Margate, UK: “Revealed: Turner Contemporary Opens” through September 4th 2011

Saturday, April 16th, 2011

Don’t Miss – London: RCA Secret 2010 Exhibition at the Royal College of Art through November 19, 2010

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

AO On Site – Paris: FIAC 2010 Mid-Fair News Brief and Photo Set 1 of 2 (final photo set to follow the conclusion of the fair)

Thursday, October 21st, 2010
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Protest Takes Place on Met Steps

October 15th, 2019

A massive crowd of protestors descended on the steps of The Met yesterday, part of a protest against Columbus Day. “I want to remind you that this was not brought to you by the Met,”says Amin Husain, a member of Decolonize This Place. “This was brought to you by the comrades who came together to say Columbus Day is a sham.”
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Gavin Turk Profiled in The Guardian

October 15th, 2019

Gavin Turk gets a profile in The Guardian, discussing his recent activism and protest, and how he sees the art world unfolding in the face of climate crisis.   “Art is bound to get caught up in what’s happening in the wider world,” he says. 
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Nayland Blake Gives NYT Tour of Their Flatbush Apartment

October 15th, 2019

Nayland Blake gives the NYT a tour of their Flatbush apartment, showcasing work from fellow queer artists and the clutters of material and work that adorn their one bedroom space. “The only way that queer or marginalized cultures survive is through somebody loving them and somebody acting as the curator of their own museum,” Blake says. “That kind of intimate culture is just as valid as the high cultures that museums often traffic.”
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