Weekly Art News: Radiohead, Unions, Louvre, Sotheby’s

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Career Profiles

These past two weeks, we featured Eva Flood from Inspire Awe and Jacob Hallman from StudyGate in our blog.

Radiohead Music Stolen, then Donated

Radiohead says a trove of unreleased music has been stolen for ransom. But instead of paying up, the band will release it in aid of environmental activist group Extinction Rebellion. [AP]

Some Guggenheim Workers Want to Unionize

Installers, maintenance workers, art handlers, and others filed a petition with the Guggenheim last week. They’re following colleagues at the New Museum, the Frye Art Museum, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, and MoMA PS1. [via ArtNews]

Louvre Business Creativity

US News published an interesting profile on how the Louvre is diversifying its income sources, not without controversy.

More Art World News

Threats, Quid Pro Quo Harassment, & Obscene Messages: Abuse On An Operatic Scale

In NYC, this Torah Animal Museum sounds like an amazing experience. Open by appointment only, $10 suggested donation.

Sotheby’s is in talks to be sold and be taken private.

Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh are searching for a president.

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