The art market may be disguising its health in a contraction; Don't Blame the Mugrabis for KAWS (or give them too much credit for Warhol); LACMA is getting Ai Weiwei's Zodiac Heads
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Zodiac Heads Joining LACMA’s Permanent Collection
The collection of animal heads cast by Ai Weiwei that were on display at LACMA nearly a decade ago will be returning to Los Angeles for good, a person close to the artist says. As part of the collaboration with Budi Tek’s Yuz Museum, LACMA will receive an edition of the work to be displayed permanently in the museum’s sculpture garden when the building project is finished a few years from now.
The gift has not been announced yet.
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