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Originally found in 1902, Artnews is the oldest art journal on the planet with a storied historical past that features such former contributors as MoMA founder Alfred Barr, Aldous Huxley, Jean-Paul Sartre and William Carlos Williams. Though it still published in printed kind quarterly, Artnews has shifted much its content online, persevering with its legacy as a trusted source of art criticism and news in the digital age. The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced today the 184 recipients of its 2021 fellowships, that are awarded to students, writers, and artists primarily based on prior achievement.

But the age of faux news actually started properly earlier than our current president entered politics. In the Eighteen Nineties, amidst an more and more saturated media panorama, newspapers turned to sensationalism and stunts, among different methods, to extend sales. “Fake news” turned a fact of life, but also a time period that newspapers …