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- Bloomberg defends NYDP’s Controversial Stop and Kiss Program. [The Onion]
- Rob Pruitt Art Awards were announced last night. Andrew Russeth nabs best critic (Mazel-tov!). Rosemarie Trockel, Artist of The Year (Woot!), and Wade Guyton Os, Solo Show of the Year (LOLZ). [Art in America]
- Julia Kaganskiy has been appointed the Director of the New Museum’s new incubator for art, technology, and design. What a great appointment! [The New Museum]
- The Detroit Institute of Arts continues to live on a roller coaster of pseudo news. Detroit has been deemed eligible to file for Chapter 9 Bankruptcy, which has prompted a bunch of new stories about the fate of D.I.A.’s collection. What’s the new information here? Almost nothing. [Art in America]
- AFC’s art fair coverage begins today. Tune in!
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