Don Marron Works Head to Pace Gallery’s Hamptons Space—and More News – ARTnews.com

Don Marron Works Head to Pace Gallery’s Hamptons Space—and More News – ARTnews.com

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A trove of works on paper from the collection of the late Don Marron will go on view at Pace Gallery’s East Hampton space. [Bloomberg]
James Powers, who operated Spiral Gallery in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, died from complications of Covid-19 at the age of 80. The gallery “became a community for Black artists and art-lovers, a rollicking festival of culture with monthly openings that spilled out onto Vanderbilt Avenue.” [The New York Times]

To honor what would have been his 100th birthday, the Royal Canadian Mint has issued a new $2 coin that features the work of late Haida artist and activist Bill Reid. [The Art Newspaper]

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