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posted by CAA — Jun 19, 2019

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Andrea Bowers’s artwork Open Secret at Art Basel. Photo: FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images

Artist Andrea Bowers Apologizes Over Tone-Deaf #MeToo Piece at Art Basel

“While I believe Bowers’s work is well-intentioned, to use women’s names and stories—and in Helen [Donahue]’s case, photographs of her face—without their consent in a work about consent strikes me as irresponsible at best.” – Deirdre Coyle (The Cut)

Hong Kong Pavilion at Venice Biennale Closes Amid Extradition Bill Protests

Artists and cultural workers have been among the most vocal critics of the draft law. (South China Morning Post)

Petition Filed to Create First Union for Guggenheim Museum Staff

The pay scales of workers at prestigious museums are gaining increasing attention. (New York Times)

Fifteen Young LGBTQ Artists Driving Contemporary Art Forward

Fifteen artists share the ideas behind their work and their most recent artistic endeavors. (Artsy)

Tate Britain Hangs a Diverse Display of Women Artists Out of Its Permanent Collection

The collection of sixty women artists from the museum’s permanent collection tackles the tricky terrain of museum representation. (Hyperallergic)

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