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“I came back with a firm understanding that Arnautoff was really not a person who was trying to venerate George Washington—or rather that he made a picture that venerated George Washington, but from the standpoint of a serious critique.”

Remember that Cady Noland lawsuit?

“For seasoned collectors, guarantees used to be a sure way to get a good deal.”

Site specific or permanent?

Will SCOTUS opine on “Jumpman” copyright dispute?

After uproar, Washington, DC grant-making commission backtracks

Condo owners sue Tate Modern for alleged privacy violations


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