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Roundup: Sculptural butts at the Turner Prize show, MOCA's awkward curation, the Wildensteins on trial

Van Gogh was lost but now he’s found. The new Turner Prize exhibition at the Tate Britain has a big booty. And the Wildenstein family — the noted art dealing clan — has its dirty laundry being aired in court. Plus: MOCA Los Angeles crosses a curatorial line, the Seattle museum that needs to wake...
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