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1 France to Reopen Cultural Institutions as Germany Contemplates Extended Lockdown
2 Glenn Ligon on the US presidential election
3 Art Basel Hong Kong and Frieze Los Angeles Postpone 2021 Events
4 Ivan Kožarić (1921–2020)
5 Museum of Fine Arts Boston Staff Vote to Unionize
6 October/November 2020 in Artforum
7 Lorraine O'Grady on the US presidential election
8 Isamu Noguchi Becomes First Asian American Artist to Have Work in White House Collection
9 Julia Pelta Feldman on deaccessioning as restitution
10 Postponed Philip Guston Retrospective to Open in 2022
11 Baltimore Museum of Art Pauses Contentious Deaccession Hours Before Auction
12 Susan Dackerman to Step Down as Director of Stanford's Cantor Arts Center
13 John Waters's list of 11 best movies of 2020
14 Flag Foundation – Spotlight
15 The Art World This Week: DNA on Da Vinci Drawings, Mysterious Monolith in Utah Desert, Cave Artists Got High, and More
16 Hundreds in Art World Sign Letter Urging Restoration of Postponed Philip Guston Exhibition
18 Art in General, Long a New York Stalwart, to Close after Forty Years
19 Tim Griffin to Depart The Kitchen After Nine Years as Director
20 Marianne Wex (1937–2020)
21 Paul B. Preciado on Revolution
22 Review: 'Artforum,' By Cesar Aira
23 John Waters' Top 11 Films of 2020 Includes Swallow, The Human Voice, Mangrove & More
24 Germano Celant (1940–2020)
25 Frederick Weston (1946–2020)
26 William Bailey (1930–2020)
27 Kochi-Muziris Biennale Postponed to 2021
28 Keith Sonnier (1941–2020)
29 Ron Gorchov (1930–2020)
30 Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Ex-Director Sues Board of Trustees
31 After Raising $20 Million, Artist Relief Fund Extended to End of 2020
32 Artforum International
33 Ralph Lemon and Fred Moten Among 2020 MacArthur “Genius” Grant Winners
34 Susan Rothenberg (1945–2020)
35 José Roca Named Artistic Director of 2022 Biennale of Sydney
36 Peter Alexander (1939–2020)
37 Avni Sethi Wins Vera List Center's Jane Lombard Prize for Art and Social Justice
38 US Arts and Culture Sector Projected to Lose $6.8 Billion
39 Hundreds of Artists Sign Letter Supporting Striking Tate Workers
40 Emma Amos (1937–2020)
41 Baltimore Museum of Art Faces Multiple Calls to Cancel Artwork Sale
42 Turner Prize Canceled, Replaced by Fund for Struggling Artists
43 Guggenheim Responds to Staff Charges of Racism with Diversity Plan
44 Nicole R. Fleetwood in conversation with Rachel Kushner
45 Richard Anuszkiewicz (1930–2020)
46 Kickstarter to Allow Cultural Organizations to Crowdfund Operating Costs
47 Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Names Successor of Ousted Director Nathalie Bondil
48 Luchita Hurtado (1920–2020)
49 Art-World Figures Demand Release of Queer Activist Arrested in Poland
50 Brigid Berlin (1939–2020)
51 Suit Against Artforum Can Proceed, but Not Claims Naming Publisher
52 Helène Aylon (1931–2020)
53 Kristian Vistrup Madsen on Berlin Art Week and Gallery Weekend
54 Amy Taubin on the New York and Toronto International Film Festivals
55 The Year in Friendship
56 Maurice Berger (1957–2020)
57 Rosalyn Deutsche on “Ode to the Sea: Art From Guantánamo Bay”
58 Artist-Activists Light Up Guggenheim Façade with Pointed Messages Ahead of Reopening
59 Zoë Ryan Named Director of Philadelphia's Institute of Contemporary Art
60 Make It Big: Massive George Michael Mural to Grace London's Inaugural Brent Biennial
61 Ford, Mellon Foundations Initiate Disability Futures Fellows, Awarding $50000 to 20 Artists
62 Siah Armajani (1939–2020)
63 Eskenazi Museum of Art Appoints Lauren Richman Assistant Curator of Photography
64 Curator Nancy Spector Departs Guggenheim as Investigation into Basquiat Show Ends
65 Evan Garza on Animal Crossing's art offerings
66 Sotheby's Contemporary Art Day Sale Breaks Previous Online Auction Record
67 Biennale of Sydney to Resume at Museum of Contemporary Art Australia in June
68 MoMA Cuts Budget by $45M, Shrinks Operations for Foreseeable Future
69 Facing $26M Shortfall, SFMoMA Makes Second Round of Layoffs
70 Tina Girouard (1946–2020)
71 UK's Art Fund to Award $2.5 Million in Coronavirus Relief for Cultural Institutions
72 San Francisco Art Institute to Stay Open with Limited Academic Offerings
73 34 Artists Reflect on 2019
74 Online resources in the struggle against anti-Black violence, policing, and incarceration
75 Baltimore Museum of Art Loses $50 Million Planned Gift Over Deaccession
76 Art World Coronavirus Tracker
77 Elsa Dorfman (1937–2020)
78 Philadelphia Museum of Art Workers Seek to Unionize
79 Zarina (1937–2020)
80 Major Philip Guston Exhibition Pushed to 2024 Over KKK Imagery Concerns
81 Thirteenth Gwangju Biennale Pushed to 2021
82 Galerie Buchholz – Spotlight
84 Art Galleries in Germany to Reopen Next Week
85 Museums Across the Globe Cautiously Reopen [UPDATED]
86 Dannielle Bowman Wins 2020 Aperture Portfolio Prize
87 Amy Taubin on The Eddy (2020)
88 Yale Union Art Center Cedes Property Rights to Native Arts and Cultures Foundation
89 Andrew Hemingway on cultural democracy and the New Deal Art Programs
90 Jamey Gambrell (1954–2020)
91 Frieze New York Cancels 2020 Edition Amid Coronavirus Turmoil
92 Museum of the African Diaspora Benefit Auction Raises over $450000
93 Markus Raetz (1941–2020)
94 Barbara Steveni (1928–2020)
95 Baltimore Museum of Art Gifted $3.5 Million to Endow Matisse Studies Center Directorship
96 Dispatches from the Arctic Art Scene
97 César Aira Portrays Artforum as an Object of Desire
98 Hunter Museum Of American Art Receives Southeastern Museums Conference Awards
99 The Decisive Moment
100 Appeals Court Greenlights Ex-Artforum Employee Amanda Schmitt’s Lawsuit Against the Magazine—But Lets Knight Landesman Off the Hook