Paul McCartney Has Donated a Remarkable Trove of Pictures Taken by His Late Wife to the Glasgow Museums—See Them Here

Linda McCartney is remembered for her intimate portraits of rock superstars.

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Paul McCartney Has Donated a Remarkable Trove of Pictures Taken by His Late Wife to the Glasgow Museums—See Them Here

Linda McCartney is remembered for her intimate portraits of rock superstars.

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A Former Museum Director Stole $31,000—and Faked a Burglary—All to Buy Wood Pellets and Tickets to Six Flags, a New Lawsuit Alleges

The former museum head allegedly tried to cover her tracks by filing false documents.

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The Art World Thinks Alec Monopoly Is a Joke—But He’s Laughing All the Way to the Bank

Street artist Alec Monopoly has managed to build a successful art career without the typical art-world trajectory.

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‘The Colonial Effect on Us Is Huge’: Why Congolese Collector Sindika Dokolo Sees Restitution as a Way to Remake African Identity

The Congolese mega-collector is on a quest to help return illegally looted art to Africa.

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‘Even If You Don’t Get All the Details, You Can Still Follow Along’: How Charles Gaines Taught a Generation of Artists

Gaines is currently offering a free lecture series at Hauser & Wirth in conjunction with his first show at the gallery.

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‘It Will Not Be a Passing, Fashionable Moment’: Goodman Gallery’s Liza Essers on Why the Art World’s Axis Is Tipping Toward Africa

As the South African gallery prepares to open in London this week, its owner explains how the new space plays into her global vision.

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Palais de Tokyo Patron Is Swiftly Dismissed After Posting a Bizarre Rant Against Teen Activist Greta Thunberg on Facebook

The museum swiftly distanced itself from the patron.

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The Business of Being an Art Collector: A Roundtable Discussion With Three Top Patrons About How the Pursuit Has Changed

Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Dimitris Daskalopoulos, and Paul Ettlinger sat down to discuss how art collecting has evolved.

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Artists Cameron Rowland, Mel Chin, and Jeffrey Gibson Are Among the 2019 MacArthur ‘Genius’ Grant Winners

The winners will receive $625,000 in unrestricted grant money, distributed over five years.

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