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This Week’s Must-See Events: We Are not in Basel

by Michael Anthony Farley on June 15, 2015
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Do you see the tumble-weeds rolling through your Facebook invites? Have you walked the streets of Chelsea and assumed an evacuation order had been issued for the flood zone? No, check your email. It’s not the end of the art world as we know it; everyone is just in Switzerland for Art Basel. Except us. […]

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Too Little Too Late: The Art World’s Letter-Writing Campaign to the UAE

by Michael Anthony Farley on June 3, 2015
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This week, cultural leaders signed a letter protesting the United Arab Emirates’ decision to bar labor activists from entering the country. That’s great, but why are cultural institutions opening satellite campuses in a right-wing authoritarian state in the first place?

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May Day Protests Shut Down the Guggenheim

by Corinna Kirsch on May 1, 2015
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As first reported on Hopes & Fears, art publications, and Instagram feeds everywhere, the Gulf Labor Coalition has temporarily closed down the Guggenheim.

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Badlands Unlimited Launches Public Exploration of Cum

by Paul Legault on March 11, 2015
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“Does a pussy heave…or does it more pulsate?”
Paul Chan launches his new line of erotica at the Guggenheim.

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Emails Reveal Guggenheim Bullies Journalist Suspected of Ties With Gulf Labor

by Paddy Johnson and Whitney Kimball on August 7, 2014
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We have now received leaked email correspondence between the Guggenheim and Crabapple while she was working on “Slaves of Happiness Island,” a firsthand report of slave-like worker conditions on Saadiyat Island.

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