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This week in art news: cities across the US examined their holdings of Confederate monuments, "Trumpy the Rat" made its debut, and a de Kooning stolen in 1985 was recovered. The post Art Movements appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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University of Arizona Museum of Art marks 30-year anniversary of stolen painting

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On Friday, Nov. 29, 1985, the day after Thanksgiving, a coveted painting was stolen from the University of Arizona Museum of Art. The painting was "Woman-Ochre," one of six Willem de Kooning paintings in a series exploring the figur...

Willem de Kooning's 'Woman-Ochre' returns to University of Arizona Museum of Art

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Willem de Kooning's "Woman-Ochre," stolen the day after Thanksgiving in 1985, has been returned to the University of Arizona Museum of Art by a good Samaritan from New Mexico. Preliminary authentication confirms it is the famous pai...

First of New Orleans’s Confederate Monuments Comes Down

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In the wee hours of Monday morning, the 1891 monument to the Battle of Liberty Place was disassembled and taken to a storage facility. The post First of New Orleans’s Confederate Monuments Comes Down appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Trumpy the Rat Will Debut Next Week, When the President Returns to NYC

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The 15-foot-tall inflatable protest prop, developed by Chelsea gallery BravinLee programs, was tailor made to resemble Donald Trump. The post Trumpy the Rat Will Debut Next Week, When the President Returns to NYC appeared first on H...

Protesting the President with a “Trumpy the Rat” Inflatable

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BravinLee is raising $10,000 on Kickstarter to design a giant, inflatable rat made to look like Donald Trump. The post Protesting the President with a “Trumpy the Rat” Inflatable appeared first on Hyperallergic.

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