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Nan Goldin Wants You to Know She Didn’t Invent Instagram

Shaking Up Italy’s Most Popular Museum
With long lines, chaotic ticketing and a collection to rival the Louvre’s, the Uffizi Gallery is at the forefront of dramatic reforms. Read the full New York Times article here. READ MORE

How Sotheby’s Found a Path to Higher Profits
In the face of a declining art auction market, the company reported a second-quarter surge, partly due to cost cutting. Read the full New York Times article here.

Instagram Adds “Stories” Feature That Feels A Lot Like Snapchat
Want to take pictures and then have them automatically deleted? This feature is for you. Read the full Popular Photography article here. READ MORE

Models From Norman Rockwell's Paintings Reunite
On the 100th anniversary of Norman Rockwell's first Saturday Evening Post cover, several of the children seen in his iconic portraits gathered at the Norman Rockwell Museum. Read the full NPR article here. READ MORE

'Picturing Children' Shows More Than A Century Of African-American Childhoods

The National Museum of African American History and Culture's director Lonnie Bunch talks about a new book from the museum's collection showing a snapshot of life for African-American children. Read the full NPR Code Switch interview here.


Treating Sports Photographers as the Artists They Are

They compete in crowded stadiums and on hazardous terrain, using hands and eyes, tools and experience, and sometimes their elbows, too. We' re not talking about athletes but rather the photographers who get up close and click away. Now, an exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum invites visitors to reconsider work that has long been seen as ephemeral. Read the full New York Time article here.


This Famous Art Was Hidden in a Shed for 16 Years

In a yard full of police tow trucks in North Philadelphia, a massive green sculpture of copper pipe and welded bronze sits outside a vehicle workshop, its extravagant curves forming a startling contrast to the gritty surroundings. The sculpture is “Free Interpretation of Plant Forms,” completed by the artist and furniture designer Harry Bertoia in 1967 for a prominent position outside the Philadelphia Civic Center. Since 2000, however, it has been hidden from public view in a shed outside the police workshop. Read the full New York Times article here.


Real Estate for the 1% with Art for the Masses
New York’s high-end developers are spending money on public works by artists like Yayoi Kusama and Anish Kapoor. read the full New York Times article here. READ MORE

Bill Cunningham, Iconic 'New York Times' Photographer, Dies At 87
Cunningham worked at the Times for almost 40 years, capturing the fashion trends of the day with a timeless eye. Read the full NPR article here. READ MORE

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