Germany Is Returning Artifacts Stolen From a Namibian Freedom Fighter During Its Colonial Rule

Namibia’s president will personally receive a bible and whip that German colonizers looted in 1893.

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Art Industry News: France’s Most Prolific Art Thief Is Caught Red-Handed—Again + Other Stories

Plus, the Morgan Library launches a $12.5 million renovation and an all-women art collective stage a protest outside the National Gallery of Art.

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The Norton Museum Is Adjacent to the Third-Richest City in America. Can a Major Expansion Make It More Than a Playground for the Wealthy?

After a $110 million capital campaign, the museum opens its doors and hopes to draw in a new audience.

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Art Industry News: How Swizz Beatz Dissuaded Sean Combs From Buying a Subpar Picasso in Miami + Other Stories

Plus, architect Richard Meier’s business is going strong despite #MeToo allegations and the NEA releases $27 million in grants.

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The UCCA Center for Contemporary Art Unveils Its Dramatically Redesigned Building in Beijing

The center has reopened after the architecture firm co-founded by Rem Koolhaas revamped its facade and galleries.

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