The H Queens development in Hong Kong.

COURTESY HAUSER & WIRTH

Hauser & Wirth has arrived in China.

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Jennifer Guidi, Sunset (Painted Light Pink Grey Sand SF #1F, Orange Blue Pink Lavender and Yellow) (2017).

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A rendering of the new mural.

DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND SPECIAL EVENTS

The people of Chicago are getting a giant mural from none other than the great Kerry James Marshall, and it looks to be a good one.

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Geo Wyeth, Juice CrosxxxSing, 2017, performance and installation, installation view.

AAD HOOGENDOORN

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday.

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“Et Tu, Art Brute?,” a new exhibition that will open this fall in the basement of Andrew Edlin Gallery in New York, is accepting submissions from anyone who has work to send in, so long as it fits into an envelope no bigger than 16 by 20 inches.

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A paperweight.

HANNES GROBE/COURTESY CREATIVE COMMONS

Around the World

TripAdvisor, the online home for travel-related listings and reviews of scintillating restaurants and weird hotels, came out with its list of the “Top 25 Museums” in the world.

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Installation view of “Jordan Casteel: Nights in Harlem,” 2017, at Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York.

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Installation view of Dan Colen’s 2011 show, “Potty Mouth Potty War,” at Gagosian.

COURTESY GAGOSIAN

Some of the most essential and exciting artworks of the past century have mined the bathroom.

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Yazan Khalili, Hiding our faces like a dancing wind, 2016 (still), video, color, no sound, 7 minutes, 30 seconds.

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Thaddeus Mosley will participate in the 2018 edition of the Carnegie International.

BRYAN CONLEY

The Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh has offered further details about the 2018 edition of the Carnegie International, its survey of the international contemporary art scene, which appears every three to five years.

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