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Activists plan day of action, online and at New York museums, against social media censorship of art

After collecting signatures outside art institutions, the group Don’t Delete Art will deliver its manifesto to Meta’s Manhattan headquarters

Artists’ depictions of climate data can cut through politicisation of science, study finds

A study conducted recently in the US suggests artistic depictions of environmental data can help counter climate scepticism

Hans Arp’s estate gifts 220 sculptures to ten museums around the world

Many of the gifted works will go to European institutions, while others are bound for Boston, Dallas and Melbourne

Dia Art Foundation to help steward Cameron Rowland project involving land on South Carolina island

Materials related to the conceptual artist’s multilayered project, “Depreciation”, will go on view at Dia Chelsea

After sudden closure, Santa Fe’s Center for Contemporary Arts reopens

The art and film space had seemingly closed permanently in April, but community donations will allow its cinema to resume operations

New York adviser Lisa Schiff reportedly shuts business amid clients’ $2m lawsuit

The outspoken adviser appears to have closed her Tribeca gallery and is unreachable amid accusations that she defrauded collectors of profits from the sale of an Adrian Ghenie painting

Twelve must-see exhibitions in New York during Frieze

From Lauren Halsey's new commission for the Met rooftop to funkily subversive sculptures at the Museum of Arts and Design, the season's essential exhibitions

Two artists’ homes listed among most endangered historical sites in the US

The homes of L.V. Hull in Mississippi and Henry Ossawa Tanner in Philadelphia are at risk of irreparable damage or demolition, according to the National Trust for Historic Preservation

Thomas Kong, who transformed a Chicago convenience store into an art environment, has died

Beloved in Chicago, the artist worked in a small corner shop that doubled as his studio

Artist Willie Cole claims the Met Gala’s chandeliers were a ‘blatant rip off’ of his sculptures

The chandeliers made from repurposed plastic bottles are similar to sculptures Cole has been making and showing for a decade

New York collector sues his lawyer for allegedly stealing Warhol canvas

The collector, Stuart Pivar, claims he sold the 1977 portrait of himself to his lawyer for $100,000 because he needed cash quickly; he is now suing that lawyer for $10m

New works by Charles Ray and Christopher Wool will be public fixtures of Manhattan development

Ray’s large-scale statue of Adam and Eve will beckon visitors into the a plaza while Wool’s enormous mural looms from a glass-enclosed lobby

A monumental tribute to Jamal Khashoggi unveiled in his home state of Virginia

Artist Navine G. Dossos created a towering, kaleidoscopic mural in tribute to the assassinated journalist at Richmond's Institute for Contemporary Art

Expo Chicago foregrounds the city's Argentine connections

Thanks in part to the support of a leading Latin American collector, three Buenos Aires galleries are Chicago-bound for Expo

Size does matter: Chicago's Barely Fair makes a small stand for a more equitable art world

The tiny but mighty satellite to Expo Chicago, where galleries show art in miniature stands, is back and (slightly) bigger than ever

Benin will have its first ever Venice Biennale pavilion in 2024

The presentation will be curated by Azu Nwagbogu, founder of the African Artists’ Foundation and former director of Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art

Acquisitions round up: the Met acquires 16th-century portrait of pope's banker

Our pick of the latest gifts and purchases to enter institutional collections worldwide

Citing Idaho’s anti-abortion law, college censors art exhibition on health care

Three works addressing abortion were removed from the exhibition at Lewis-Clark State College

Artist-built environments and community arts organisations across the US receive $1.5m in grants

The new grants, from Ruth Arts, are being provided to 15 non-profits including the Noah Purifoy Foundation, Doll Museum Forward and the Nancy Graves Foundation

Visual and performing artists have struggled to recover from the pandemic, analysis of California’s creative economy shows

Fine and performing artists contributed $34.9bn to California’s economy in 2021, according to Otis College of Art and Design’s latest annual report, far less than workers in media and even architecture

Collector Mitchell Rales donates $1.9bn to Glenstone, the museum he and his wife co-founded near Washington, DC

With the enormous gift, the foundation that supports Glenstone now has an endowment of $4.6bn, roughly equivalent to that of the Metropolitan Museum

A new show at Dia Chelsea aims to be a glowing tribute to Chryssa and her neons

The influence of New York on the Greek-born artist informs an exhibition designed to fill in the gaps of her story

Smithsonian to display 77 looted artefacts from Yemen in shared stewardship agreement

The artefacts will go on view at the National Museum of Asian Art, rather than be returned to Yemen, due to the ongoing humanitarian crisis there

Film-maker Suneil Sanzgiri wins UOVO Prize, and will have a solo show at the Brooklyn Museum

Sanzgiri will present a segment of a forthcoming feature-length film at the museum within an installation incorporating sculptural and archival materials

Bridget Riley’s drawings hold the key to her process

A travelling exhibition featuring more than 90 works on paper reveals the evolution of the British abstractionist’s approach to line, tone and colour

Helen Cammock: 'Archives illuminate the present and future'

The artist’s latest exhibition, at Art + Practice, stems from her time spent in New Orleans exploring a rich seam of African American history

Princeton University Art Museum acquires historic, record-breaking Native American basket

The large, woven basket by the the Mono Lake Paiute artist Wutoni won first prize at a 1929 competition and, in 2005, set an auction record for a Native American basket

Mysterious NFT collector—who may actually be the rapper Snoop Dogg—gifts 22 blockchain works to Lacma

Pseudonymous NFT collector Cozomo de’ Medici gives Los Angeles County Museum of Art "largest collection of its kind in a US museum"

Archaeologists in Mexico shed new light on ancient Huastec burial and construction practices

Recent excavations at a site in the state of Tamaulipas included analysis of large earthen mounds that were used for burials and everyday activities

Eight must-see exhibitions to see during Frieze Los Angeles

From New Mexico's short-lived Transcendental Painting Group to the evolution of America through its quilts