Daily digest: Toyo Ito’s Hermitage Barcelona might not be dead, Whitney workers unionize, and more

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The Hermitage Barcelona might not be dead after all

After the Barcelona City Council rejected plans for a Toyo Ito-designed outpost of the Hermitage last February, it looked like the project had ground to a halt. Now, backers of the museum are pushing ahead once again. Last week on May 26, the Port of Barcelona gave their blessing to the $61 million, 140,000-square-foot development, but the office of Mayor Ada Colau later shot down the proposal on May 28. Despite the setback,

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