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  1. 188 artists, scholars, and cultural creators were awarded Guggenheim Fellowships this year from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
  2. Frescoes lining the room's painted black walls depicted mythological characters and subjects from the Trojan War.
  3. Christie's has withdrawn four ancient Greek vases from a sale after it was discovered that they could be traced to convicted antiquities dealer Gianfranco Becchina.
  4. Part participants in its open-call "In Practice" program include Simone Leigh, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Samara Golden, and more.
  5. Here's what we're reading this morning.
  6. The world's biggest art festival is hardly the only exhibition worth seeing in the city this summer.
  7. Rocco Ritchie has a new show titled 'Pack a Punch.' He has quietly been building a body of work as a London-based artist.
  8. Digital Basel, a website that offered NFT versions of paintings from galleries that often participate in Art Basel fairs, has shut down allegedly due to "misunderstandings and baseless accusations of fraudulent activities."
  9. Her gallery brought artists such as Kenny Scharf and Keith Haring to the attention of the larger art world.
  10. His gallery, Gavin Brown's Enterprise, was a New York mainstay before it closed in 2020.

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