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Marisa Mazria Katz

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Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Richard Koshalek of the Hirshhorn Museum makes a stand against censorship

“Censorship has no role here... the only way to deal with these subjects is through dialogue"

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New Museum

Los Angeles Broad Art Foundation aims at ultra accessibility

Los Angeles collectors Eli and Edythe Broad open their doors

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January 2011

US art sponsorship suffering after economic crisis, survey shows

Corporate giving down 14% over three years according to Business Committee for the Arts

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David Wojnarowicz

Outrage at Smithsonian self-censorship over Wojnarowicz work

Controversy follows decision to remove David Wojnarowicz video loaned by National Portrait Gallery

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Asia Society

New York's Asia Society to unveil first US exhibition of pre-revolutionary modern Iranian art

Although Iranian art heavyweights made their reservations about the show clear, it will go on to tour North America

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Jeffrey Deitch

Deitch archive will remain on site in Soho

The archive is expected to be available to the public by spring 2011

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Jeffrey Deitch

Where are ex-dealer Deitch's artists now?

Once the art dealer announced his major museum job, the race was on

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Art fairs

Visitors to Art Gwangju regarded the fair as 'a kind of museum exhibition'

More officials than collectors?

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Eli Broad

Eli Broad addresses the American Association of Museums: “Get art out of the basement"

The collector lectures museum professionals at their annual conference in Los Angeles

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Museums

Residents fight developer who bought MoMA’s air rights to build skyscraper

The fate of the proposed building is up in the air

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News

Subpoenas for Warhol Authentication Board trial

Gagosian among four called to court

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Iran

Lukewarm reception of US's first Iranian contemporary art sale a reflection of tentative market

Experts blame poor sales on a dearth of representation in US museums