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A photo of an enormous crowd of people taken from the Women's March on Washington.

Museums Are Archiving Signs from the Women’s March

In the event that you missed it, Saturday’s Women’s March made history, or should we say, herstory. According to PoliticusUSA, it was the largest protest in American history. The Cut reports that an estimated $3.2 million people participated in this year’s march. As a result, museums around the world are now collecting Women’s March signs […]

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Southwark Cathedral after dusk.

Pulling an All-Nighter: Art Night Comes to London

People are going to do what people are going to do. If that means one night, people go see art in strange places at, say, 3:12 AM, then so be it. For one such night, people will be able to go see works of art and installations around London in public and private spaces, including in […]

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Image: Shutterstock | Regent's Park, London

It’s Frieze Week in London!

This week marks the opening of contemporary art fair Frieze Week, which occurs every October in Regent’s Park, London. This year’s fair promises to be expertly curated and enjoyable, as it is every year, with contributions from significant international artists, Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Vanity Fair. The Tate Modern will have several exhibits to see, including […]

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Banksy's Slave Labor (Bunting Boy) disappeared from London on Friday and was posted for auction in Miami this week.

Banksy Mural Vanishes in London, Reappears in Miami

Last week, a Banksy mural in London vanished without a trace. Slave Labor (Bunting Boy) was painted on the side of a Poundland store, but during renovations last week it suddenly disappeared. Poundland claimed to have no knowledge of the disappearance, and no one seemed to have any knowledge of where it had gone until […]

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