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Germany Plans to Return Artifacts Namibia, Tanzania, and Cameroon – ARTnews.com

The long-awaited return of artifacts to Namibia and Cameroon from the Ethnological Museum of the National Museums in Berlin has cleared its last hurdle. The museum announced yesterday that the board of trustees of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, a federal body that oversees the institution, along with 26 other museums and cultural organizations in and around Berlin, has authorized the agreements between SPK ...

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London’s National Gallery Plans Van Gogh Blowout—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 A SHORTER LIST. The Smithsonian has narrowed down the possible sites for the forthcoming National Museum of the American Latino and Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum, the Washington Post reports. From more than two dozen that were originally proposed, four now remain: three are undeveloped parts of the National Mall, and one is the Arts and Industries Building, which was also in ...

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Pocatello art studio has new location, big plans

POCATELLO — A fire that gutted his business hasn’t stopped Sixes Creatives co-owner Josh Pohlman from chasing his vision. The February fire left Sixes, Polhman’s art studio, a charred husk, with Pohlman and his business facing an uncertain future. But less than four months later, Sixes has a new location on Yellowstone Avenue and a full slate of future plans. The new location gives ...

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Latest News in Black Art: New Name for DuSable Museum, Public Art Works by Thomas J. Price and Charles Gaines, Plans for African American Dictionary & More

  Latest News in Black Art features news updates and developments in the world of art and related culture   Rendering of Charles Gaines’s Moving Chains, 2022. | Courtesy TOLO Architecture   Public Art On Windrush Day (June 22), British artist Thomas J. Price is paying tribute to Afro-Caribbeans who emigrated to the UK between 1948 and 1971, with a new bronze sculpture. Depicting ...

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LAXART Reveals Plans for a Permanent Home in Los Angeles – ARTnews.com

LAXART, a key Los Angeles alternative art space, will inaugurate a permanent headquarters this fall. Its new home in L.A.’s Melrose Hills will more than double its current exhibition space while building on the organization’s “legacy of artist-centered programming and leadership.” LAXART’s current space will close at the end of this June. “The uncertain, early days of the pandemic instigated some institutional soul searching, ...

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Qatar Announces Plans for Three New Museums in Doha – ARTnews.com

The Gulf nation of Qatar is ramping up its investment in the arts with plans to build three more museums in Doha, including the new Lusail museum which intends to house “the world’s most extensive collection of Orientalist paintings, drawings, photography, sculptures, rare texts, and applied arts.” The plans were announced on March 27 by Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, ...

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NEWS | Plans for a library at Maylord Orchards and redevelopment of Hereford Museum & Art Gallery move forward

Plans for the Maylord Orchard Library and Learning Resource Centre, as well as the redevelopment of the Hereford Museum & Art Gallery have moved a step forward, with the expenditure required to instruct the technical project manager and design team to complete the detailed design stage of each project confirmed. The decision taken on the Hereford Museum and Art Gallery was that the redevelopment ...

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Tennessee Triennial Reimagines Plans for Inaugural Edition in 2023 – ARTnews.com

After the inaugural Tennessee Triennial for Contemporary Art got pushed back from an initial launch date in 2021, the organization announced that its first edition will now take place in 2023 and will centered around the theme of “RE-PAIR.” Now scheduled to open in January 2023 and then run more than three months into May, the Tennessee Triennial will spread out into different venues ...

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Ken Burns Plans Leonardo da Vinci Documentary Film—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 COMING ATTRACTIONS. It is a fine day for fans of art documentaries. One on the storied Los Angeles–based Chicano art collective Asco is in the works from director Travis Gutiérrez Senger, Variety reports. Mexican film superstars Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna are backing the project with Exile Content and others. Meanwhile, another film, on Renaissance man Leonardo da Vinci, is coming from doc king Ken Burns, Variety also reports. It notes that ...

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National Gallery in London Reveals Plans for Bicentennial Revamp – ARTnews.com

The National Gallery in London has revealed plans for its “NG200” initiative to mark the institution’s bicentennial in 2024. Among the proposals offered for public consultation are designs by Selldorf Architects to remodel parts of the museum’s Sainsbury Wing and work on a new Research Center and “Members House” within the Wilkins Building, all with an aim “to futureproof the Gallery” for the next ...

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