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posted by CAA — May 09, 2018

The Palais de Tokyo’s “Visite Naturiste” was organized in association with the Paris Naturist Association. Visitors removed their clothes for a tour of the exhibition Discord, Daughter of the Night. Photo: Owen Franken for The New York Times

Association of Art Museum Curators Announces the Recipients of Award for Excellence

This year’s eleven winners were selected from a pool of 174 nominees. (Artforum)

Questions Loom Over Fate of Art Collections as Santa Fe University of Art and Design Closes

The fate of the university’s collections is still undecided. (Santa Fe New Mexican)

Road to The Met: How Max Hollein Rose to Become Its Next Director

Thirteen months after Thomas Campbell stepped down, Max Hollein will become the tenth director of the New York institution. (The Art Newspaper)

A Modest Proposal: Break the Art Fair

“As a system, art fairs are like America: They’re broken and no one knows how to fix them.” (New York Magazine)

I Went Naked to a Museum, and It Was … Revealing

The Palais de Tokyo’s “Visite Naturiste” — the first of its kind in France —garnered a remarkable amount of public interest since it was announced in March. (New York Times)

A Typeface Transforms the Alphabet in the Style of Famous Artworks

In this artful alphabet by the Madrid-based design studio CESS, “V” is for van Gogh and “F” is for Frida. (Hyperallergic)

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