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MFA Boston responds to Christian Marclay’s statement on their screening of The Clock. [The Boston Globe]

Major shakeup at LACMA: several non-curatorial department heads are let go. [The LA Times]

“It’s been a Summer for art theft reports” and here’s another: two Chinese statues each worth $800,000 were stolen from a Connecticut suburb. [Art Market Monitor]

Assuming this letter is real, Andy Warhol’s landlord didn’t care for his parties. [AnimalNY]

Sotheby’s is trying to sell four Clyfford Still works to raise money for his museum in Denver. Their current ownership is confusing. [Culturegrrl]

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