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The family of the late dealer Ileana Sonnabend has given Robert Rauschenberg’s 1959 Canyon, which had been on loan to

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The family of the late dealer Ileana Sonnabend has given Robert Rauschenberg’s 1959 Canyon, which had been on loan to the Met, to MoMA, settling their tussle with the IRS over the work. [NYT]

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Vito Schnabel is dating Demi Moore. [Page Six]

Artist commissions will replace the Olympic rings currently at St Pancras station in London. [The Art Newspaper]

Bloomberg tackles the Met’s ticket price lawsuit. [Bloomberg]

Dallas Museum of Art has announced it will end admission fees and offer free memberships. [Dallas News]

Angie Baecker reports from the UCCA’s fifth anniversary gala in Beijing. [Artforum]

Morning Links: Demi Moore Edition