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The most important art fair worldwide, Art Basel is hosting 285 of the world’s leading galleries from 40 countries and territories in its 2024 edition at the Messe Basel, in the center of a colorful city on the Rhine River in Switzerland. 
If one were to receive a dozen red roses, the meaning behind it would be no secret— it’s a sign of love. But, has this foral symbol always been so well-known? 
It seems that the Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) still finds itself embroiled in a messy scandal which shook the institution back in 2022. After 25 paintings on cardboard canvases were debunked as being Jean-Michel Basquiat forgeries and seized by the FBI, the OMA has been dealing with the subsequent consequences. 
In the preface to her groundbreaking book, All About Love, bell hooks writes, "Redeemed and restored, love returns us to the promise of everlasting life. When we love we can let our hearts speak.” 
Established in 1895, the Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) was America’s first contemporary art museum. Part of the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh— founded by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie as a gift to the city— the CMOA is one of four museums dedicated to art, music, literature, and natural science.
The estate of Ansel Adams has made their frustrations clear towards computer software giant Adobe.
“A woman had to be a monster to be an artist”– surrealist painter/sculptor Dorothea Tanning
Frank Lloyd Wright Jr’s beloved Wayfarers Chapel is currently in the process of an emergency dismantlement. Due to unprecedented damage resulting from an atmospheric river storm system that hit Los Angeles County last February, the elaborate structure has begun sliding toward the ocean at seven inches per week. 
Upon opening the monumental tombs at the ancient city of Aegae, capital of the ancient Kingdom of Macedonia, archaeologists were quick to realize that they had found the final resting place of a royal family— Alexander the Great’s, to be specific. 
On Saturday, May 25th, 2024, Sanford L. Smith, known to friends as Sandy, passed away at age 84. From childhood, Smith had a keen eye for collectibles—accumulating baseball cards and comic books while living with his family in New York. As he grew older and later married, Smith’s home collections turned to antiques: toy soldiers, weather vanes, and 19th-century Austrian bronze figurines.
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