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Art is a SWAG asset. [AMM]

James Franco will work as a shop assistant in a Christmas pop-up store in Mayfair. [The Guardian]

The Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas is in a dispute with the residential Museum Tower, which will be ready for occupancy next month. [WSJ]

Next February, Dinos Chapman will release an album of electronic music. [The Art Newspaper]

Page Six lists the attendees for Arne Glimcher’s Agnes Martin book party, curiously leaving out the fact that it was at Rupert Murdoch’s house. [Page Six]

Los Angeles tries to introduce its citizenry to French artist. [The Art Newspaper]

Michael Kimmelman on how to protect New York from future storms. [NYT]

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