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The Year of Rain and Cronuts

The New York art world was thrown a free joke when, over the summer, people waited in the rain to get into the Museum of Modern Art’s Rain Room, a project by the studio Random International. The line was a capstone to a year of big projects with big draws, one more peak in a now-familiar rhythm: every few months some arts institution offers the “must-see” project of the season.

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Bid on Contemporary Art in the BAMart Silent Auction

Own a piece of contemporary art and help support America’s oldest performing arts organization by bidding in the Eighth Annual BAMart Silent Auction. With works across all media and bids beginning at $200, there is something for every collector out there. The auction is powered by Paddle8, and BAM will be partnering with Phillips de Pury & Company, which will feature a number of works in their upcoming spring auctions. Visit the BAMart auction website for more information and to register, browse and bid. Bidding closes at 6 pm on April 22.

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It Was Donut O’Clock at Christian Marclay’s LA Screening

LOS ANGELES — It’s no secret that food is a no-fail come-on for an art opening. Food and drinks = sated audience ready to indulge the higher rungs of their hierarchy of needs. Last weekend, Los Angeles-based For Your Art hit on Los Angeles’ sweet spot with a 24-hour pop-up shop serving donuts from all around the city. The pop-up shop ran alongside the 24-hour screening of Christian Marclay’s “The Clock” at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) across the street.