Jail for Wildensteins? MoMA to Establish Institute for Latin American Art, and More

Waldemar Cordeiro, (Brazilian, 1925–1973). Visible Idea, 1956.

Waldemar Cordeiro’s Visible Idea, 1956. Courtesy MoMA

Paris prosecutors recommended jail time for the art collecting Wildenstein family, which for years allegedly evaded taxes and laundered money via their purchases. (The Art Newspaper)

A look at the iconic imagery produced by the Black Panthers in the 50 years since their inception. (New York Times)

Vivienne Westwood defends professional women who decide not to have children. (Artnet News)

What will the waning interest in art history in academia mean for art production? (Art Market Monitor)

MoMA had acquired the Cisnero collection, with more than 100 works by Latin American artists. The museum will also set up the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Research Institute for the Study of Art from Latin America, they said in an announcement.