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Getty Images Bans AI-Generated Images Due To Copyright Worries – ARTnews.com

Getty Images announced on Wednesday that it is banning AI-generated art, including images produced by OpenAI’s DALL-E and Meta AI’s Make-A-Scene, from its platform. The decision, according to Getty, stems from concerns that copyright laws are currently unsettled with regard to imagery created by those tools. “There are real concerns with respect to the copyright of outputs from these models and unaddressed rights issues ...

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Australian Museum Closes a Month After Opening Due to Heavy Rains – ARTnews.com

Australia has been battered by heavy rains and flash flooding these past weeks, resulting in mass evacuations and the loss of life. Amid the chaos, Australian cultural museums have also been effected. ArtsAsiaPacific reports that the Bundanon museum in New South Wales’s Shoalhaven region, which just opened last month after years of Covid-related delays, has been forced to close. As a result, the museum ...

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Frieze Los Angeles Cancels Sculpture Exhibition Due to Covid – ARTnews.com

Frieze’s forthcoming Los Angeles edition had included plans to exhibit a public sculpture exhibition in Beverly Hills. That exhibition is no more, due to Covid-related shipping delays and labor shortages, the Los Angeles Times reported this past weekend. The fair as a whole, however, is still slated to open in person mid-February. Works by Chris Burden, Glenn Kaino, Larry Bell, Beatriz Cortez, Pedro Reyes, ...

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Aspen Art Museum closed through Jan. 7 due to virus concerns

The Aspen Art Museum will be closed through Jan. 7, 2022. (Aspen Art Museum/Courtesy photo) The Aspen Art Museum closed to the public Wednesday and will remain shuttered through Jan. 7.Notice of the closure was posted on the museum’s website Tuesday night, followed by an announcement to museum members from director Nicola Lees on Wednesday morning.“As we continue to monitor the ongoing impact of ...

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Smithsonian Closes Four Museums Due to Covid—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines COVID CLOSURES CONTINUE. The Smithsonian said that it will shutter four of its museums through January 2—the National Museum of African Art, the National Museum of Asian Art, the National Postal Museum, and the Anacostia Community Museum, all in Washington, D.C.—because staffers are quarantining with the coronavirus, the Washington Post reports. The move is aimed at allowing it to continue to ...

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10 Under-Recognized Artists Who Got Their Due in 2021 – ARTnews.com

After June 2020, almost every institution made a declaration that they would implement changes to become more inclusive. Their promises posed an interesting question: What would happen if museums made a priority of showing works by more artists of color and addressing art history’s lacunae? In other words, would what it look like for museums to do what they were supposed to be doing all along? ...

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A.R.T. cancels remaining ‘WILD’ performances due to COVID breakthrough

The American Repertory Theater announced Monday it's canceling all remaining performances of "WILD: A Musical Becoming" because of a breakthrough of COVID-19 among its cast and crew.A.R.T. has also called off the remaining performances at OBERON, its second stage in Harvard Square, in advance of its permanent closure on Arrow Street at the end of this year."WILD" tells the story of a woman on ...

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