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Gagosian to Represent the Photographer Francesca Woodman
Gagosian Gallery will represent the estate of photographer Francesca Woodman. The collection includes all of the artist's prints and books, as well as private letters, journals and notebooks. Woodman, who died in 1981, helped define a style of contemporary photography through her inward reflection that drew from Gothic, Victorian, and Surrealist influences.See the Story
Garden · Garden
Climate Protesters Assemble Outside MoMA Party, Calling on Museum to Drop Its Board Chair
Protesters with groups like Climate Organizing Hub, New York Communities for Change, and Reclaim Our Tomorrow came to call on MoMA to drop its board chair, Marie-Jos�e Kravis. Kravis is married to Henry Kravis, cofounder and co-executive chairman of KKR, one of the largest private equity firms in the world. KKR is a major stakeholder in the Coastal GasLink Pipeline.See the Story
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‘Mafia-style attack’ on archaeologist triggers protests in Greece
Archaeologist Manolis Psarros was beaten by two unidentified men on the island last week. The 53-year-old was left unconscious and bleeding in the street. Planning permission in Greece is often subject to a veto by the local archaeological service. Mykonos is one of Greece's best known holiday destinations.See the Story
42% Center coverage: 14 sources
Climate Activists · Washington
Protesters smear paint on Degas sculpture case at National Gallery of Art in DC
Protesters painted the display case containing Edgar Degas’s famed “Little Dancer Aged Fourteen” sculpture at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, as video circulating online shows. It is the latest in a string of similar protests targeting art to bring attention to the climate crisis. See the Story
44% Right coverage: 16 sources
Europe · Copenhagen
Girl finds Viking coins from over 1,000 years ago in Danish field: 'Incredibly exciting'
Hundreds of Viking, Germanic, and Arabic silver coins and a silver ring were discovered by a young girl playing with a metal detector in Denmark, a local museum announced on Friday. See the Story
63% Left coverage: 8 sources
Lula Da Silva · New York
Time unveils '100 Most Influential People' list; Jennifer Coolidge set to host TIME100 gala on ABC
From movie stars and athletes to CEOs and politicians, members of Time magazine's 100 most influential people in the world for 2023 are forces to be reckoned with. The TIME100 list, unveiled Thursday, includes Colin Farrell, Angela Bassett, Brittney Griner, Mikaela Shiffrin and beloved author Judy Blume. 'TIME100: The World's Most Influential People' airs Sunday, April 30, at 7|6c on ABC. See the Story
41% Center coverage: 53 sources
Education · Tallahassee
Florida Principal Forced to Resign for Showing Students Michelangelo Statue
A school principal in Tallahassee, Florida, was forced to resign because, she said, a Renaissance art lesson included a section on Michelangelo's sculpture of the Bible's David, which one parent described as pornographic.See the Story
60% Center coverage: 126 sources
Rishi Sunak: 'No plans' for Elgin Marbles law change to return Parthenon sculptures to Greece
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak ruled out changing a law which prohibits the British Museum handing the Parthenon marbles back to Greece. Sunak said there are no plans to amend the legislation, which states the museum can only dispose of objects within its collection in limited circumstances. The museum could still arrange a loan of the sculptures.See the Story
39% Left coverage: 13 sources