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Sotheby’s New York will stage an auction of contemporary Indigenous art today, marking the first such sale outside of Australia and Europe by a major international house.
The Sydney Morning Herald

A Greenwich Village townhouse designed by Julian Schnabel and his former wife, Jacqueline Schnabel, is on the market.
The Wall Street Journal

ARTnews reported that superstar painter George Condo is in talks to join Hauser & Wirth gallery.

Weekend Reading

The ARTnews Top 200 Collectors list has a fresh look online.

Also now online: a list of 50 Collectors to Watch, which includes K-Pop stars, a former NFL linebacker, an Instagram cofounder, and many more.

Jerry Saltz named his 10 best art shows of 2019.

In case you missed it: Here are the controversies that defined the 2010s.


Art in America asks, “Did Sturtevant Invent the Meme?”
Art in America

Sebastian Smee writes that Rachel Harrison’s work “feels like the inside of a very smart person’s head after a nasty concussion.”
Washington Post

Sara Roffino talks with artist Tiona Nekkia McClodden, who won the Bucksbaum Award for her participation in this year’s Whitney Biennial and whose work is currently on view in New York at Company gallery. The artist also addresses her decision to remain in the biennial, while some artists asked to pull their works.
The Brooklyn Rail

On the occasion of his solo show, “The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist,” at the Malmö Konsthall in Sweden, Michael Rakowitz discussed his work.
Malmö Konsthall/YouTube

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