Hrag Vartanian

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Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of the art blog Hyperallergic

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Shannon Michael Cane died this month at age 43. He was credited with making art book fairs a huge thing in LA and New York.

Remembering the man who popularized art book fairs

Shannon Michael Cane died this month at age 43. He was credited with making art book fairs a huge thing in LA and New York.

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Every day during the month of October, the British street artist  Banksy  put up a new work somewhere in New York City.

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Every day during the month of October, the British street artist Banksy put up a new work somewhere in New York City.

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