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Marc Quinn sculpture of Black Lives Matter activist replaces statue to slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol

Installed overnight, the work depicts local resident Jen Reid who was photographed on the site when the monument was toppled last month.
The Art Newspaper – 11 hours ago
Marc Quinn sculpture of Black Lives Matter activist replaces statue to slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol
Banksy creates mask-themed work on London Underground
Banksy creates mask-themed work on London Underground
Coronavirus-inspired stencils on tube train feature rats with surgical face masks and hand sanitiser.
Guardian
Frieze Cancels October London Fairs Due To Covid-19
Frieze Cancels October London Fairs Due To Covid-19
Due to the health risks and logistical problems posed by large crowds and the continued travel restrictions around the world due to Covid-19, Frieze London and Frieze Masters have decided to cancel their physical fairs in early October.
Art Forum
Embattled British Airways Looks to Cash In on Its Art Collection
Embattled British Airways Looks to Cash In on Its Art Collection
Struggling airline British Airways is planning to raise more than $1 million from the sale of paintings and prints from its corporate art collection at Sotheby’s this month.
Bloomberg
Will the African Art Market’s Recent Rise Withstand the Shutdown? Dealers Say There’s Reason for Hope
Will the African Art Market’s Recent Rise Withstand the Shutdown? Dealers Say There’s Reason for Hope
Dealers say that the market is buoyed by accessible price points.
Artnet