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This week, a New Museum tell all, MOCA’s email paranoia, how cotton may be fueling a human rights crisis, UK troubling support of Arab Gulf monarchies, Judith Butler on “women,” and much more.

Portfolios and prints by the iconic Pop artist take over the historic Gramercy Park club in New York City. Admission is free.

At Future Art Fair, collaborative presentations by 34 galleries challenge the traditional fair model.

Art fairs always seem to privilege and fete consumptive behavior. But they also give me an opportunity to reconnect, to revisit, to be see an artist’s work and share the brilliance of my community.

Courses are available in a variety of subjects including fine arts, film, art & activism, visual narrative, and more. Fall courses begin September 20.

Adams finds beauty in the earth and nature through layers of complication, chaos, and everyday labor.

Susan Coyne is a writer and illustrator based in Los Angeles and Cambridge, Massachusetts. Follow her work at and via @coyneworks on Instagram.