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In an Age of Political Division and Dirty Money, Can Museum Boards Ever Be Immaculate? Some Think They Have Found a Solution Julia Halperin, July 17, 2019

THE TEAR GAS BIENNIAL July 17, 2019 • A statement from Hannah Black, Ciarán Finlayson, and Tobi Haslett regarding Warren Kanders and the 2019 Whitney Biennial

If we value artists, we should pay them benefits – Ireland is leading the way Penny Anderson

As Protests Continue in Hong Kong, the Outcome Could Have Enormous Repercussions for the Global Art Market Vivienne Chow, June 24, 2019

Dealer Dominique Lévy on How to Build a Business, Why Big Galleries Shouldn’t Subsidize Small Ones, and Why Art Fairs Need a Strong Identity Kate Brown, June 21, 2019

How Much Do Art Professionals Really Make? POWarts Releases the Results of Its Art-World Salary Survey Sarah Cascone, June 20, 2019

Artist-led groups battle to stem gentrification in New York Tess Thackara 8th July 2019

Arts Sector Contributed $763.6 Billion to U.S. Economy—More Than Agriculture or Transportation, New Data Shows Isaac Kaplan March 8, 2018

The Most In-Demand Artists at Art Fairs in the First Half of 2019 Benjamin Sutton Jul 17, 2019

Arts contribute more to UK economy than agriculture Mark Brown Arts correspondent The Guardian Wed 17 Apr 2019

How Does a Gallery Stay in Business for 35 Years? Lisa Spellman on 303 Gallery’s Staying Power and the Hardest Part of Being a Dealer Taylor Dafoe, July 19, 2019

Higgins critical of universities' focus on markets Emma O Kelly Monday, 30 Sep 2019

The slow death of regional museums in Europe Sebastien Montabonel 8th October 2015