This Open Source Software Could Make Museum Websites More Accessible [Artsy]

Patronage without pretension abounds at the 2019 edition of the Dallas Art Fair [The Art Newspaper]

Chicago Has America’s Only Mosaic School — and It Just Got Bigger [Chicago]

At the World Trade Center, a Familiar Tale of a Developer Exploiting Artists [Hyperallergic]

B&H Photo’s Move to New Jersey May Violate Labor Laws [Hyperallergic]

Appropriated Images of Black People Spark Boycott of St. Louis Museum [Hyperallergic]

Slick Replica of Palmyra’s Triumphal Arch Arrives in New York, Prompting Questions [Hyperallergic]

A $2.5 Million Statue Casts a Long Shadow on the Bronx Museum’s Cuban Initiatives [Hyperallergic]

Jersey City Censors a Public Artwork It Commissioned [Hyperallergic]

The Hearse Collectors Who Pimp Out and Show Off Their Morbid Rides [Vice]

Performers in ICA Miami Show Claim They Were Pressured to Penetrate Themselves with Rope [Hyperallergic]

The Fight to Save a Land Art Masterpiece in the Heart of Mexico City [Hyperallergic]

In Landslide Vote, B&H Photo Workers Decide to Unionize [Hyperallergic]

Wes Anderson–Inspired Crochet Mural Sparks Anarchist Protest in Bushwick [Hyperallergic]

Why the Small Business Jobs Survival Act Is Good for Artists [Hyperallergic]

Wells Fargo Moves to Sell Nonprofit Art Space’s Home Out from Under It [Hyperallergic]

How Are They Keeping Rats off Kara Walker's Sugar Sculptures? [Hyperallergic]

Photos, Video: Four Arrests at Zuccotti Park As "Occupy Guitarmy" March Reaches NYC [Gothamist]