Art F City
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Manifesta 10 plans to stay put, despite international calls to postpone or move the biennial.
Outside a landlords-only symposium on Tuesday morning, protesters described a hellish legal limbo where tenant harassment runs rampant.
GULF’s protest continued this week with a more subdued event outside of NYU, another institution undergoing scrutiny for its labor practices in Abu Dhabi.
Is New York getting its own Young Vic, “the best theater in London”? Yes, or something like that.
Just one of many big changes coming to Pratt.
2013 was a year like many others. The sun came out in the mornings, and government officials tried to shut down the National Endowment for the Arts.
A whole new world of generic top-level domain strings coming your way.
Moby thinks L.A.’s a better alternative for New York artists tired of having their souls sucked.
Is it possible that the art and real estate market have finally hit their ceiling? It’s hard to imagine a higher benchmark than the one set by the nation of Qatar, the wealthiest nation in the world.
As of last week Carnegie Mellon University effectively has no contemporary art gallery. Astria Suparak, director and curator of the Miller Gallery, the university’s one contemporary art space, was terminated at the close of the winter break.
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