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The Everson Museum Sold a $13 Million Jackson Pollock to Diversity Its Collection. Here’s What It Has Bought So Far

The Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, New York, which last year controversially sold off a prized Jackson Pollock drip painting to shore up funds to diversify its holdings, has announced the first new slate of artworks to enter its collection. Among the works are objects by the ceramicist Sharif … Read entire story.

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