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Three exhibitions to see during Berlin Art Week

From Candice Breitz’s triptych about sex workers to Christiane Möbus’s petrified wood auction in the city’s oldest church

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Censored queer art show reopens to record-breaking crowds in Rio

The exhibition was revived thanks to one of the country’s biggest crowdfunding campaigns, which raised more than $250,000

Ten public art works to see for free around New York this summer

When the sun’s out, get your buns—and other extremities—out to catch some of these projects across the city

Grants aim to find solutions to Bay Area artists’ housing crisis

Among the projects to receive $25,000 from the California College of Arts is an affordable live/work space for emerging artists and designers in Stockton

Three to see: New York

From a smiley snowman to an "awareness of death"

Eight World Monuments Fund watchlist sites get $1m in grants from American Express

In many cases, the funding will be used to help prevent future damage, including public outreach and scientific research

Three to see: New York

From a Pride Month celebration to an homage to a New York legend

Lichtenstein Foundation gives hundreds of works to the Whitney and Smithsonian

The organisation wants to get its collection "out into the world", the director says

Unionised MoMA staff protest low wages during Party in the Garden fundraising gala

Around 250 workers are fighting for better pay and benefits, as the museum gears up to open a $400m expansion

Three to see: New York

From William Eggleston's America to Lynda Benglis's homecoming

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston opens new Glassell School of Art building

Education is the MFAH’s “first and enduring mission”, says director Gary Tinterow

Three to see: New York

From paths towards enlightenment to Kanye's rants

The best new books to buy at the Frieze bookstore

For those looking for something a little more pocket-sized to take home from the fair

Beyond Frieze New York: the top events outside the tent

Our pick of the best satellites, from African offerings at 1-54 fair to Tefaf's focus on Modern and contemporary art

Marcia Hafif, California artist who found her calling in Italy, has died, aged 89

Like many other female artists of her generation, the painter and performer was overlooked by most of the art world until recently

Three to see: New York

From a flooded Times Square to hopeful aliens

Huma Bhabha’s alien visitors land on the Met’s roof

The Pakistani-born, New York-based artist point toward a dream of peaceful communication

Meca fair will return to Puerto Rico for a second edition in November

The only fair dedicated to Caribbean art hopes to be an engine for the island's recovery, bringing in locals and visitors

Nada New York features porcelain hot dogs and commanding chat bots

Sales come second to experiences at this art fair, and the crowd of artists, curators and scenesters seem to like it that way

Three to see: New York

Celebrate Women’s History Month through art, from feminism solving an ancient riddle in Brooklyn to Zoe Leonard's retrospective at the Whitney

New York art and technology organisation announces new programmes for its 20th anniversary

Eyebeam plans residencies, fellowships and exhibitions for its new Brooklyn headquarters

Artist profiles: the names you should know at Armory

At a fair with hundreds of works, it can be hard to know where to start looking. Here are some artists to keep an eye out for at the Armory

New York's March fairs aim to seize market moment

Your essential guide to the Armory Show, Volta, Independent, Nada and beyond

Three to See: New York

Catch Judy's Chicago Dinner Party (her)story before it closes, and Robert Ryman's drawings as the show opens

Antidote for apathy: Rodney McMillian's Austin show is a 'call to action'

Amid the Los Angeles artist's politically minded work, visitors can register to vote in Texas's forthcoming mid-term elections

Ellsworth Kelly’s final work—and only building—opens in Texas

Artist donated his design for Austin to the Blanton Museum in 2015, the year he died

Trump: the first year

How have artists responded to the US president’s first 12 months in office?

Anny Shaw. , with additional reporting by James H. Miller, Gabriella Angeleti and Ivy Olesen