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Guggenheim Museum Lays Off 24 Workers, Citing Ongoing Losses

The Guggenheim Museum in New York (via Christopher Kemp/Flickr)

The Guggenheim Museum in New York laid off 24 of its staff today, September 16. An additional eight employees who accepted voluntary separation packages will end their employment at the museum on September 30.

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“Balancing Act” by Artist Martine Johanna

New paintings and drawings by artist Martine Johanna (previously featured here). See more images below or on display at Massey Klein Gallery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Martine Johanna’s Website

Martine Johanna on Instagram

Martine Johanna at Massey Klein Gallery

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An Artistic Endeavor in Brussels Installs Custom Mosaics Outside Your Home—People Are Choosing Portraits of Their Cats

Image courtesy of John Hyphen

Cats, dogs, and other mammals are known to mark their territories in myriad ways, but pet owners in Brussels have discovered a more enduring and inviting method.

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Binders are out, Laptops Are In: The New School Year Looks Like This

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This school year looks nothing like I’d planned. My “baby” is starting Kindergarten and instead of packing his backpack with brightly-colored markers and crayons, he’s toting a Chromebook onto the couch for virtual school.

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50 Artists Step Into the Role of President

Constance Hockaday’s presidential portrait (photo by Constance Hockaday)

LOS ANGELES — “What does it look like for radical imagination to be put into the office of the presidency?” artist Constance Hockaday asked when describing her upcoming project Artists-In-Presidents: Fireside Chats for 2020.

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