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Art Industry News: Maurizio Cattelan Will Show His 9/11 Memorial Artwork That Was Too Intense for the Guggenheim + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Today, we’re unveiling a new, streamlined look—with all the same attention to what you need to know on this Wednesday, July 14.

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Artists Denounce MOCA’s “Complicity” With Mass Incarceration – Artists Colin Chin and Nicholas Liem have asked the Museum of Chinese in America to remove their work from its collection and a forthcoming exhibition in protest of what they see as its “complicity” with mass incarceration and gentrification of New York’s Chinatown. The artists denounced the museum’s

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Map: Tracking the Delta variant | Coronavirus pandemic News

The Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 has now been detected in more than 100 countries and in the coming months, it is expected to become the dominant strain globally, spreading quickly in countries with both low and high vaccination coverage, according to the head of the World Health Organization (WHO).

Delta, which was designated as a variant of concern in May, is believed to be the reason behind a vicious second wave of the virus in India, with daily new infections that month in the country exceeding 400,000.

Dozens of countries including South Africa, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Thailand have implemented

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Cowboys news: A look at some free agents who could fit in Dallas

Dallas Cowboys: 5 free agents still on the market Dallas should sign – Reid Hanson, SportDFW

The Cowboys could make a move at any time.

No. 3 Gareon Conley, CB

Notice a trend here? The last cornerback on this list is the former first round pick, Gareon Conley. At just 26-years-old, Conley is the youngest free agent on the list and possibly the only player who is still in his prime. Conley didn’t play at all in 2020 and in the seasons he has played, he’s been mediocre.

But if the Dallas Cowboys want to bring in someone who can

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Greenwood Village welcomes sprawling entertainment complex Pindustry | News

When Greenwood Village created the Arapahoe Entertainment District, longtime Centennial developer Kelmore Development wasted no time putting together a plan to transform an old automobile service center building it owned on Arapahoe Road just west of I-25.

On Sunday, residents and visitors will get the first look at the sprawling entertainment complex that is Pindustry, 7939 E. Arapahoe Road. Offerings from the “adult playground” occupying the two-level, 54,000-sqaure foot building include the area’s first serious offering of Duckpin bowling, regular bowling, an impressive pinball machine collection and one of metro Denver’s largest rooftop patios with an unobstructed view of the

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Russia launches Mediterranean drills amid rift with UK | Russia News

The drills come days after Moscow claimed it fired warning shots at a British warship on the Black Sea.

The Russian military has launched sweeping manoeuvres in the Mediterranean Sea featuring warplanes capable of carrying hypersonic missiles, a show of force amid a surge in tensions following an incident with a British destroyer in the Black Sea.

Moscow said one of its warships fired warning shots and a warplane dropped bombs in the path of HMS Defender, a British ship, on Wednesday to force it out of an area near Crimea that Russia claims as its territorial waters. Britain denied

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Andrew Neil takes break from GB News after just two weeks

At the end of his regular program Thursday, Andrew Neil, who also serves as chairman of the network, shared that he would “be back before the summer is out, and popping up when you least expect it.” Colin Brazier, another presenter for the channel, will be taking over Neil’s place during his break.

Neil’s break is just his “annual leave” after joining the channel last September, a GB News spokesperson told CNN Business.

In his announcement Thursday night, Neil admitted that GB News had “a bit of a rocky start,” but he ensured viewers that the channel was doing well. … Read more