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News Edit: Early September

News Edit: Early September
Artists Gilbert Proesch and George Passmore in their studio (Image via WSJ)

In our News Edit series, we feature our edit of art world news and happenings. 

 

It's official - summer holidays are behind us. Everyone is refreshed and spreading the buzz because it's all happening: art galleries are already opening their art shows and design events are upon us. As we step back into our routines, it's time to get back in the know. 

 

 

Read about the latest:

 

- Columbia art student protests rape by carrying around her mattress (via Dazed Digital) 

 

The Duncan's contemporary art collection is top-rated (via WSJ)

 

Established artists Gilbert & George talk religion, art, and politics (via WSJ)

 

São Paulo Bienal steers clear of Israeli Funding due to artist protests (via Artforum)

 

'Art Detective' reveals a new way of crowdsourcing Britain's public art (via Artnews)

 

 

The Duncans, photographed by Lauren Justice for The Wall Street Journal (Image via WSJ)

 

 

Stay tuned for our next News Edit art world bi-weekly update.



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