dove of peace

Are you afraid? Yes! Armed emissaries of the murdered mercy have won. No, you will not fly away having your wings torn. They will turn you into a golden image, and the tears that are being shed will be forgotten. Peace will not come, the sound of rams’ horns is the voice of the lord, and purple likes spilled red: of women, men, the aged. Children, too, are guilty!

The world of brightness has been walled up. A sea of ash is extinguishing solitary sparks. A wall of lead will surround your body. It will flood over your torn wings, eyes… Are you afraid? Yes!

Kimerly Rorschach to Step Down as Director of Seattle Art Museum

Eyeing Asian Market, Lévy Gorvy Names Bona Yoo Sales Director

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Now Represents Judd Foundation in Europe

The Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art has announced the appointment of collaborating curators Maria Berrios, Renata Cervetto, Lisette Lagnado, and Agustin Perez Rubio for its upcoming 11th edition.

curator and writer Marcelle Joseph

Director Thomas Campbell Will Head Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

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Los Angeles Dealer David Kordansky Will Take Over an Entire City Block With a Massive Expansion Project

Sandra Hegedus opened the door to her multistory apartment, located south of the Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris, in workout gear and the spry energy to match.

Rebecca Rabinow Elected to Richard Diebenkorn Foundation Board of Directors

Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev Wins CCS Bard’s Audrey Irmas Award for Curatorial Excellence

Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara (MCASB) announced the appointed Abaseh Mirvali as its new Executive Director, Chief Curator, and CEO effective immediately

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Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara Names Abaseh Mirvali Executive Director and Chief Curator

Seattle Art Museum Appoints Theresa Papanikolas as Curator of American Art

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Pollock-Krasner Foundation Names 2017–18 Grantees, Gives $100,000 to Madison Square Park Conservancy

Bob Dylan Illustrated His Most Famous Songs—With New Lyrics—for a London Gallery Show

Clark Art Institute Taps Anne Leonard as Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs

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Peggy Cooper Cafritz Bequeaths Major Collection to Harlem’s Studio Museum

Maria Seferian Elected Board Chair of LA MOCA

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Newark Museum Names Linda Harrison Director

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Maya Allison of NYU Abu Dhabi Art Gallery

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Christie’s London Kicks Off the Frieze Week Auctions With a Tempered—and Very Brit-Centric—$161 Million Contemporary Sale

Storefront for Art and Architecture Appoints José Esparza Chong Cuy as Executive Director and Chief Curator

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Ahead of FIAC, French Gallerists Launch Paris Avant Première to Highlight City’s Emerging Art Scene

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Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts Hires Rachel Adams as Chief Curator and Director of Programs

The Bronx Museum of the Arts plans to open a 4,500-square-foot space in Lower Manhattan next year.

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Amid Debate Over MOCA’s Future, Director Philippe Vergne Will Depart From the Museum

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Anna Rosa Thomae founded A R T, a communication and branding consultancy for art, design and architecture

Jordan Peterson, the Controversial Pro-Male Philosopher, Says He Hates Postmodern Art. But He Secretly Loves It!

Pamela Franks Named Director of Williams College Museum of Art

Guggenheim Museum Hires Elizabeth Duggal as Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer

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Gerhard Richter Is Selling Over $1 Million of His Art to Help Build 100 Houses for the Homeless

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Kunsthalle Wien’s Director Will Resign Due to Austria’s Nationalist ‘Resurgence’

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Naima J. Keith and Diana Nawi to Curate Prospect.5 in New Orleans

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Embattled Casino Mogul Steve Wynn Plans to Relaunch His Career as an Art Dealer

Zeitz Museum Director Mark Coetzee Resigns Following Inquiry Into ‘Professional Conduct’