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Artist Builds a Wall — Without a Penny From Mexico, Hemingway Home Gets Its Antlers Back, and More Fresh News
News and updates from around the arts and auction community:
- Elk antlers that gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson took from the Idaho home of his hero Ernest Hemingway have been returned, along with an explanation. [Read more from AP]
- Building on a timely topic, artist Louis Hock created his work titled a wall so visitors to the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego could “experience a familiar space that is now visually and physically divided.” The exhibition runs through Sept. 27. [Read more from MCASD]
- Coffee, tea or chocolate? Detroit Institute of Arts will be serving up all three in an upcoming exhibition titled Bitter|Sweet, which explores how the popularity of hot drinks from faraway lands led to the demand in Europe for new vessels, like coffee and tea pots, storage canisters, etc. [Read more from Detroit Institute of Arts]
- Could you picture yourself behind the wheel of a World War II tank? Then make tracks to a museum in Normandy, France, which is closing its doors and selling off its entire collection. [Read more from France24]
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