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Man hospitalised after falling in Anish Kapoor installation The work at the Serralves museum, which includes a gaping hole, is part of the artist’s first institutional show in Portugal The interior of Anish Kapoor’s installation Descent into Limbo (1992) at the Fundação de Serralves, Museum of Contemporary Art in Porto Photo: Filipe Braga; Courtesy Fundação de Serralves, Museum of Contemporary Art, Porto A visitor to the Anish Kapoor exhibition at the Serralves museum in Porto was hospitalised this week after falling inside one of the British artist’s installations, which features a 2.5-metre-deep hole. It is not clear whether he fell into the hole or beside it. A spokesman for the museum says that the “visitor is OK [and] almost ready to return home”. He added that “security protocol was followed” and there are warning signs as well as a member of gallery staff inside the installation. It has been temporarily closed while the institution assesses what happened but it hopes to reopen it “in a few days”. According to the Público newspaper, the injured man is Italian and around 60 years old. The work, Descent into Limbo (1992), consists of a cube-shaped building, which can be entered by visitors, with a circular hole in the centre of its floor. The sides of the hole are coated in black pigment, giving the illusion of a depthless void. Anish Kapoor: Works, Thoughts, Experiments (until 6 January 2019) is the artist’s first major institutional show in Portugal.
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On Thursday, a California man was charged with threatening the newspaper in retaliation for its national editorial campaign criticizing President Trump’s assault on the free press. A California man was arrested Thursday and charged with threatening violence against Boston Globe journalists in retaliation for the newspaper’s coordination earlier this month of some 300 nationwide editorials denouncing President Trump’s attacks on the media, according to federal prosecutors. Robert Chain, 68, of Encino, Calif., faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. He was charged with one count of making threatening communications in interstate commerce and will be transferred to Boston at a later date, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Massachusetts. Hundreds Of Newspapers Denounce Trump’s Attacks On Media In Coordinated Editorials On Aug. 16, the Globe published its own editorial saying a “central pillar of President Trump’s politics is a sustained assault on the free press … which has dangerous consequences.” Later that day, the Justice Department says, Chain called the Globe newsroom and threatened to shoot its employees in the head “later today, at 4 o’clock.” As a result, Boston police officers were posted outside the Globe’s offices to protect workers. In all, Chain is alleged to have made more than a dozen “threatening calls” to the newspaper beginning Aug. 10 — the day the Globe announced the national newspaper campaign — until Aug.
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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks in the House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, September 10, 2018. AAP/Lukas Coch/via REUTERS Morrison’s Liberal party, the senior partner in a Liberal-National coalition, nominated Dave Sharma to run in the blue ribbon Sydney seat of Wentworth in the Oct. 20 by-election, another sign of the deep fractures within the party. The by-election was called when former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull resigned from parliament after losing the leadership in a party-room ballot last month, handing Australia its sixth prime minister in 10 years. Turnbull’s resignation also meant Morrison’s centre-right government at least temporarily surrendered its one-seat majority in parliament. Opinion polls suggest that could become more permanent, with Australian voters angry about frequent leadership changes. Five independent lawmakers have guaranteed their support for the government to defeat no-confidence votes until the by-election. Should the government lose the affluent electorate of Wentworth, a traditionally safe Liberal seat that stretches from Bondi Beach to Sydney Harbour, Morrison would then have to strike a new agreement with the independents to continue in a minority government. Sharma is a former Australian ambassador to Israel and received the endorsement of both Turnbull and the Liberal party’s elder statesman, former prime minister John Howard, although Morrison had hoped a female candidate would be chosen. “Of course, I want to see more Liberal women in parliament,” Morrison said on Twitter on Friday.