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"Djuna Barnes, Natalie Barney, Renee Vivian and Roman Brooks take over the Guahnahani" by Richard Prince (2008)

‘Djuna Barnes, Natalie Barney, Renee Vivian and Roman Brooks take over the Guahnahani’ by Richard Prince, 2008.

German authorities waited two years before they revealed their suspicions about the recently revealed trove of Nazi-looted works worth $1.4 billion. [NYT]

Court accepts two more amicus briefs in Patrick Cariou v. Richard Prince [The Art Newspaper]

Bloomberg breaks down the Christie’s sale of art dealer Jan Krugier’s collection. (It didn’t go so well.) [Bloomberg]

Cornell will return 10,000 artifacts from its collection to Iraq. [Los Angeles Times]

Here’s a look at historical reenactments in contemporary art. [The White Review]

The MoMA invites visitors to “Edible Magritte” a dinner organized by Elaine Tin Nyo, who has “an interest in food and meat and mortality.” [WSJ]

“Does Germany have a problem returning art stolen by the Nazis? The secrecy surrounding the hoard of art found in Munich is an indication of a deep-seated problem in Germany.” [The Daily Telegraph]

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