El futuro de la feria de arte @Artishock

You and Me and Everyone We Know: How the Coronavirus Is Affecting Art, Life, Work and Everything Else @Artland magazine

"Tú y yo y todas las personas que conocemos: Arte en los tiempos del distanciamiento social" ​@OFF THE RECORD: Perspectiva crítica de arte y cultura

Teresa Margolles: El asesinato cambia el mundo (Assassination changes the world) James Cohan, New York @Artland

Noah Davis at David Zwirner, New York @Artland

Virtual is Not Better than Reality @Art Agency, Partners' in other words

Alex Da Corte | Marigolds, Karma, New York @Artland

The Most Exciting Exhibitions To Look Forward To @Art Agency, Partners' in other words

“The Red Bean Grows in the South” Faurschou Foundation, New York @Artland

The Shows That Stood Out @Art Agency, Partners' in other words

The Most Exciting Exhibitions for 2020, courtesy of Art Agency Partners' in other words

The Good and the Less Good @ Art Agency, Partners' in other words

Sarah Sze @Artland

Robert Longo : Fugitive Images Metro Pictures @Artland

Censorship is Art’s Biggest Obstacle @ Art Agency Partners' in other words

The Must See Work: CVF On Margareta Haverman at the Met @ Art Agency, Partners' in other words

America is Other People @ Art Agency Partners' in other words

Abdoulaye Konaté: These Colors Don't Run @ Artland

Group Exhibition "Ideal Contagion" @Artland

After the Storm, Rebuild: Angel Otero’s Milagros @ Artland

The 2019 Havana Biennial is a smokescreen for government censorship @ The Art Newspaper

A Coke Is a Coke Is a Coke, Andy Warhol and the Whitney @ Sotheby's Art Agency Partners

The Crowd-Disturbing Work of Bruce Nauman @ Art Agency, Partners

Mark Greenwold "And Now What?!" @Artland

Art Basel in Miami Beach has become Latin American art’s El Dorado @ TAN

The Must See Work at the Brooklyn Museum's "Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power" @ Art Agency, Partner's in other words

Artist Marcos Agudelo Builds Memorial to 448 Killed in Nicaragua @ TAN

The Must-See Show in New York: Angelitos Negros @ Art Agency, Partners

Horror Show: Four Artworks that Confronted the Monstrous

Art and Revolution: Four Iconic Moments in Art History @ The Art Newspaper

New York goes all in @ Art Agency, Partners

Better Than The Back Of A Five-Dollar Bill @ Art Agency, Partners

How format affects perception (and value) @ Art Agency, Partners

The Painted Word @ Art Agency, Partners

There Are No Heroics Here @ Art Agency, Partners

Fallen Angels @ Art Agency, Partners

Rutting Pigs @ Art Agency, Partners

Waves of Emotion @ Art Agency, Partners

The Greatest Ever Anti-War Painting @ Art Agency, Partners

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Must See: American Mourning @ Art Agency, Partners

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Brutal Brilliance @ Art Agency, Partners

Village Voice

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Paints It Black At The New Museum @ Village Voice

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Richard Mosse arrested at anti-refugee rally on Greek island @ artnet News

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Robert Rauschenberg Did Everything And Influenced Everyone (Yes, Everyone) @ Village Voice

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The Met Trots Out an Irving Penn Centennial Exhibition for the Instagram Age @ Village Voice

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Confessions of an American Refugee @ Affidavit

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Threads and fire @ Art Agency, Partners

The Art Newspaper

What happens when the identity politics of the Left meet up with the racial isolation of the Right @ The Art Newspaper

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Painting Pumps Its Fist at the Whitney Biennial @ artnet News

Politics and Painting @ Art Agency, Partners

Moscow’s First-Ever Garage Triennial Casts a Floodlight on Russia’s Elusive Art Scene @ artnet News

‘Activism’ Is the Hot New Art Trend at NADA New York 2017 @ artnet News

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Alice Neel’s Uptown Show Packs a Powerful Message @ artnet News

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Top 10 Things to Do in Madrid During ARCO 2017 @ artnet News

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The powerful and powerless @ artnet News

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Museo Jumex Surveys ‘Fake News’ Pioneers General Idea @ artnet News

Why Artist Kader Attia Is Having an Art World Moment @ artnet News

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A Closer Look at Donald Trump’s Chosen Painting, ‘The Verdict of the People’ @ artnet News

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Jake Chapman on Refugee Rescue in Greece: It’s Not Art, It’s Helping People @ artnet News

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Legendary Painter Philip Guston Calls the President a D*ck (Just Not the One You Think) @ artnet News

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These 11 Artists Will Transform the Art World in 2017 @ artnet News

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Saying Goodbye to the Ones We Lost in 2016 @ artnet News

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How Donald Trump Has Hijacked Art @ artnet News

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An Artist’s Guide to Relocating From Trump’s America @ artnet News

The Middle Market Squeeze, Part I: Gallerist Cristin Tierney @ artnet News

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28 Ways to Change the Art World for the Better @ artnet News

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Collector Victor Pinchuk’s $150,000 Gift Revealed in New Trump Foundation Filing @ artnet News

Dave Hoyland of Seventeen Gallery Is Coming to America @ artnet News

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Mark Leckey Unleashes His Hyperreal Man-Child at MoMA PS1 @ artnet News

A Look Ahead at Donald Trump’s Victory and the Coming Culture Wars @ artnet News

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How Israel’s Miri Regev Declared War on the Art World @ artnet News

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Kerry James Marshall’s Met Breuer Retrospective Breaks the Canon Wide Open @ artnet News

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The Middle Market Squeeze, Part II: Galleries Get a Reality Check @ artnet News

Pedro Reyes Turns Presidential Election Into Halloween With ‘Doomocracy’ @ artnet News

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How Detroit Is Becoming a Lasting Destination for the Arts @ artnet News

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Rashid Johnson Takes Post-Black Art to Pleasure Town @ artnet News

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Why Stefan Simchowitz Is the Donald Trump of the Art World @ artnet News

Why the Art World Is Desperately Seeking Forgotten Artists @ artnet News

10 Political Figures Who Resemble Famous Artworks @ artnet News

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Run, Don’t Walk, to See Diane Arbus’s Pictures at the Met Breuer @ artnet News

Black Aesthetics Trump Starchitecture at the Fondazione Prada @ artnet News

Rembrandt’s First Masterpiece at the Morgan Library Is Portrait of #Regrexit @ artnet News

Danny Lyon’s Photos at the Whitney Museum Ask ‘What’s Going On?’ @ artnet News

Nan Goldin’s ‘Ballad of Sexual Dependency’ Lights Up MoMA @ artnet News

Is Art Basel Parent Company MCH Buying Art Brussels? @ artnet News

Panama Papers Reveal Offshore Holding Companies of Art World A-Listers Dominique Lévy and Ella Fontanals-Cisneros @ artnet News

Newly-Revealed Documents Show Sotheby’s Contacted Helly Nahmad About Modigliani Claim @ artnet News

What to Expect from the Release of the Panama Papers Searchable Database @ artnet News

The Experience of Meeting Gerhard Richter: Seismic @ artnet News

Alternative ‘Seven’ Fair Pokes Fun at Art World Elite @ artnet News

10 of the Art World’s Most Powerful Lawyers @ artnet News

It’s Official: Javier Pes Will Take the Helm at The Art Newspaper @ artnet News

Paul Allen’s Traveling Show of Landscape Paintings Is a Plutocrat’s Plaything @ artnet News

Cao Fei’s First Solo US Museum Show Channels a Dystopic Future China @ artnet News

Why Barkley L. Hendricks Is the Mack Daddy of Living Portraitists @ artnet News

Pussy Riot to Be First Resident Artists in Tania Bruguera Crowdfunding Initiative @ artnet News

The São Paulo Biennial Goes Neo-Hippie and Post-Apocalyptic @ artnet News

Santiago Calatrava’s WTC Transport Hub Is a Bloated Trump-Like Turkey @ artnet News

Andrea Fraser Brings the Sounds of Sing Sing to the Whitney Museum @ artnet News

The 10 Worst Art Fair Ideas in History @ artnet News

How the Met Breuer Will Drastically Alter New York @ artnet News

Cameron Rowland Uses Convict’s Objects to Take On the Prison Industrial Complex @ artnet News

The Highs and Lows of Africa’s Art Market Bonanza @ artnet News

Why the Coming Avalanche of Cuban Art Is Good News for the Art World @ artnet News

10 Artists to Watch in 2016 @ artnet News

A MoMA Retrospective Reveals How Uruguayan-Born Joaquín Torres-García Turned the Western Art World on Its Head @ Village Voice

Fernando Bryce, One-of-a-Kind Copyist, on View in Chelsea @ Village Voice

These 25 Top Art Collectors Are Also Big Republican Donors @ artnet News

The Inequality of Contemporary Art @ Momus

Why Art Basel in Miami Beach Is Degrading for Art and Artists @ artnet News

Why the Art World’s Raging Narcissism Epidemic Is Killing Art @ artnet News

Did ‘Beasts of No Nation’ Director Rip Off Richard Mosse’s Photographs? @ artnet News

In Praise of Rineke Dijkstra and Jeff Wall’s Slow Images at Marian Goodman @ artnet News

Christian Viveros-Fauné Slams ‘New York Times’ Profile of Phong Bui for Airbrushing History @ artnet News

Wolfgang Tillmans’s Relentlessly Boho Imagery at David Zwirner is Inventive But Ugly @ artnet News

‘Transmissions’ Finds MoMA Veering Blessedly Off Course to Eastern Europe and Latin America @ Village Voice

Why Greater New York Signals the Start of a New Confusion @ artnet News

Lisa Yuskavage’s Brood of Luminous Filthy Figures Rocks the Rose Art Museum @ artnet News

Fall Might Not Yet Be in the Air, but It’s Coming to Museums and Galleries Near You! @ Village Voice

Freaks and Geeks Dominate Matthew Marks Survey of Alternative Artists Since the 1960s @ artnet News

Take It From Albert Oehlen: His Paintings Are Stupid @ Village Voice

A Met Exhibit Contains Multitudes in Just Four of van Gogh’s Flower Still Lifes @ Village Voice

Jeffrey Deitch’s “Coney Art Walls” Exploits Artists for Real Estate Ploy @ artnet News

Breasts in Show @ Village Voice

Will the Havana Biennial 2015 Be a Bonanza for Cuban Artists? @ artnet News

Zanele Muholi’s Heartbreaking Photographs at the Brooklyn Museum Take Stand Against Gay Bashing @ artnet News

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