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Storied Modern Art Collection Goes on View in Paris—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 FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE. This week in Paris, the storied art collection assembled by the Russian brothers Ivan and Mikhail Morozov more 100 years ago will go on view at the Fondation Louis Vuitton, rich with works by Cézanne, Gauguin, Picasso from Russian museums. It is a sequel, of sorts, to the foundation’s blockbuster 2016 show of Russian industrialist Sergei Shchukin’s ...

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New York’s Storied Paula Cooper Gallery Develops Succession Plan – ARTnews.com

As the world’s most prominent gallerists move into their retirement years, one of New York’s most celebrated dealers, Paula Cooper, has revealed a succession plan for her gallery. The 83-year-old dealer, who represents top artists like Cecily Brown, Mark di Suvero and Christian Marclay, as well as the estate of Sol LeWitt, has formed a partnership with four directors, including her son, in an ...

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Storied Swiss Art Dealer Dies – ARTnews.com

Doris Ammann, a Swiss art dealer who has led Zurich’s storied Thomas Ammann Fine Art AG gallery since 1993, has died. A representative for the gallery confirmed Ammann’s death in an email, saying that she was born in 1944, making her either 76 or 77. The spokesperson said that Ammann’s death was “sudden and unexpected,” but declined to confirm an exact cause or age. ...

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SFAI Board Chair Resigns Amid Outcry at Storied California Art School – ARTnews.com

With the San Francisco Art Institute, one of the most highly regarded art schools in the U.S., facing pushback over recent moves it has made over its future, board chair Pam Rorke Levy has resigned. Photographer Lonnie Graham, who has been on the SFAI board since July, will take over her post effective immediately. The school also announced that John Marx had been named ...

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Cuts threaten storied UW writing program

A student climbs steps into the center of the University of Wyoming campus on a crisp October day. (Andrew Graham/WyoFile)November 24, 2020 by Andrew Graham, WyoFile Budget cuts threaten to end the University of Wyoming’s graduate study in creative writing, a program with a proud history and a deep network of alumni in and outside the state. To save $2.5 million, the University of Wyoming identified ...

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