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Collector and investor Jeffrey Gundlach said he has received “panic offers” for works by Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Anselm Kiefer, Richard Prince, and other artists at discount prices amid the coronavirus crisis. [Bloomberg]

The presentation of a sculpture by Heather Phillipson, which had been set to go on view on the Fourth Plinth in London’s Trafalgar Square on March 26, has been postponed. [The Art Newspaper]


Per a request from the Arts Council England, the Institute of Art and Law will create new guidelines related to restitution for U.K. museums. The report is set to be published in the fall. [The Art Newspaper]

Social Distancing

Consult these reading and viewing recommendations from five curators—including the Baltimore Museum of Art’s Asma Naeem and LACMA’s Rita González—as you continue to spend time at home. [ARTnews]

Here’s a list of 10 art-related podcasts that may come in handy in the weeks to come. [The New York Times]

And here are exhibitions of work by Carmen Argote, Nicholas Galanin, Purvis Young, and others that you can experience online. [Hyperallergic]


Ai Weiwei answered questions about Brexit, the refugee crisis, his art practice, and more posed by Maria Balshaw, director of the Tate galleries, artists Julian Schnabel and Wolfgang Tillmans, and other art world figures. [The Guardian]


The shoe designer Nicholas Kirkwood takes us inside his vast collection of glass vases by Ettore Sottsass. [The New York Times]


Photographer Boris Yaro, who captured iconic images for the Los Angeles Times, has died at age 81. [The New York Times]

“Over the years, I have met several people, P-Orridge among them…who have given me things to think about for the rest of my life,” Alec Wilkinson writes of the musician and artist Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, who died earlier this month at age 70. [The New Yorker]

Here are ten essential artworks by P-Orridge. [ARTnews]

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