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‘I saw how the different pop artists were working, and how they allowed new ideas to arise. So, I said to myself: Why don’t poets do that?’

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The late New York artist’s famed ‘anti-crack painting’ in East Harlem has been undergoing restoration since the summer

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We spoke to a 16-year-old activist about why she’s co-signed a letter threatening to boycott the Royal Shakespeare Company

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In further news: ImageNet removes 600,000 images after art project reveals AI racial bias; Olafur Eliasson appointed UN ambassador

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In further news: Trump’s wall risks damaging archaeological sites; Khadija Saye’s prints to fund arts education scheme

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‘The Redemption of Vanity’, 2019, installation view. Courtesy: Diemut Strebe

We spoke to MIT’s artist-in-residence about the new substance – which absorbs 99.995 percent of incoming light

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In further news: Daniel Buren painting slashed at Paris’s Centre Pompidou; Ai Weiwei protests Haus der Kunst’s layoffs

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The theft at Blenheim Palace takes its place among the most notable robberies in recent art history

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In further news: 370 artists and cultural workers sign statement protesting gender discrimination in Japan; Mexican artist Francisco Toledo dies aged 79

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Kojo Abudu wins the 2019 prize for his review of Lee Ufan’s exhibition at kamel mennour, Paris

In further news: The Met is hiring its first full-time curator of Native American art; Michael Rakowitz named Nasher Prize laureate

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The London-based filmmaker will work on site in close ‘proximity to the gallery’s collection, research and teams’

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