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Has Banksy been unmasked? Last week, all press was talking about slip of the tongue by drum and bass DJ Goldie who accidentally revealed the real name of Banksy. Check out what other articles we picked from across the art world.

 

Did Goldie just reveal who Banksy is?

By The BBC

There are more rumours about the identity of Banksy, after Goldie appeared to reveal who he is in an interview.

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First major contemporary art institution in Bangladesh takes shape

By  Gareth Harris / The Art Newspaper

Srihatta-Samdani Art Centre and Sculpture Park includes artist residency spaces and a gallery for international and regional art.

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PAweł Althamer

Paweł Althamer, Sculpture park in Bangladesh

 


In pictures: the ‘remarkable, powerful’ works of Khadija Saye who died in Grenfell Tower blaze

By Anny Shaw / The Art Newspaper

Photographer’s works praised at this year’s Venice Biennale and a print is due to be displayed at Tate Britain as a tribute

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Khadija Saye positioning her work Dwelling: in this space we breathe (2017)
 (Image: Izzy Castro)

Khadija Saye positioning her work Dwelling: in this space we breathe (2017)
 (Image: Izzy Castro)

 


As Young Galleries Seek Alternatives to Art Fairs, a Promising Solution Has Emerged

By Casey Lesser / The Artsy Editorial

On June 29th, the inaugural edition of the collaborative gallery event Condo New York kicks off across Manhattan. The event, co-organized by Lower East Side gallerists Simone Subal and Nicole Russo, will see 36 international galleries mount concurrent exhibitions at 16 New York gallery spaces during the month of July.

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Tanja Wagner, New York pop-up at 53 Orchard Street, “LEARNING FROM BIG MISTAKES.” Courtesy of Tanja Wagner.

Tanja Wagner, New York pop-up at 53 Orchard Street, “LEARNING FROM BIG MISTAKES.” Courtesy of Tanja Wagner.

 


The Next Great Art Cities 
By The AFAR

Paris and New York better watch their backs. These seven cities are now home to the museums and galleries that will challenge you, move you, and otherwise remind you why art is worth travelling for.

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The AFAR, Rothko Chapel

 



From the Contemporary Lynx archives:

PROCESS AND ART OSKAR HANSEN AND HIS CONCEPT OF VARIABLE ARCHITECTURE

Written by Julita Deluga

In 1966 Oskar Hansen, along with his team including Svein Hatloy, Barbara Cybulska, and Lars Fasting, took part in a competition for the best design for a building to house the Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje. Although a different design was eventually selected by the organisers of the competition, Hansen’s proposal perfectly depicted his way of thinking about architecture. The design itself was truly fascinating, however its concept was difficult to realise, since it stood in contrast to the traditional understanding of time and art through emphasising art’s changeable nature.

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‘Oskar Hansen. Open Form’ exhibition views, Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) 2014, photo courtesy MACBA

 

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