Art F City
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Art and social activism’s biggest conference lands in New York, specifically Queens.
Last night, protestors lit up the Guggenheim Museum, to raise awareness of slavelike labor conditions on Saadiyat Island.
Manifesta speaks freely, within Russian law.
The Bushwick original is headed to Chelsea.
Artists are starting to withdraw from Manifesta 10 in protest of recent events in Russia.
A low level of grumbling amongst art market junkies emerged this morning over twitter, two days after the TEFAF Art Market Report was released.
Manifesta 10 plans to stay put, despite international calls to postpone or move the biennial.
Outside a landlords-only symposium on Tuesday morning, protesters described a hellish legal limbo where tenant harassment runs rampant.
GULF’s protest continued this week with a more subdued event outside of NYU, another institution undergoing scrutiny for its labor practices in Abu Dhabi.
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