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posted by CAA — Apr 18, 2018

Simulation of the immersive exhibition Gustav Klimt – Atelier des Lumières. © Culturespaces / Nuit de Chine.

The FBI Has Cracked the 30-Year-Old Case of a Stolen Marc Chagall

The robbery of an octogenarian couple was likely an inside job. (artnet News)

7 Tips for Applying to Art School, According to Top Admissions Officers

Admissions officers and professors at six art schools across the US uncover the ins and outs of the application process. (Artsy)

Announcement of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize Winners

The 2018 winners include Jerry Saltz for criticism and Kendrick Lamar for music. (The Pulitzer Prizes)

Can a Wandering Mind Make You Neurotic?

A 2010 study showed that people spent almost half their time thinking about something other than what they were doing. (Nautilus)

Antiquity Gets a Fresh Twist at Revamped Getty Villa

The Getty Villa completes a major overhaul of its collection of Greek, Roman and Etruscan antiquities today. (The Art Newspaper)

Is This the Future—or the End—of Art? A Selfie-Centric Art Space Opens in Paris With a Show of Klimt Projections

The new Atelier des Lumières opened with light installations inspired by Klimt and Schiele. (artnet News)

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