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More stories from the week that ended May 23 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Tabor Robak - Sunflower Seed show at Team Bungalow a Must See Los Angeles pick by ArtForum.
  • RIP: Morley Safer, who passed away at the age of 84.
  • RIP: Darwyn Cooke, who passed away at the age of 53 due to cancer.
  • Trollstation members receive prison sentences for pranks at London's National Portrait Gallery.
  • Pyotr Pavlensky beaten and suffers cracked ribs while in police custody.
  • ABC No Rio preparing for demolition and rebuilding.
  • British Museum temporarily closes due to actions of BP activists protesting sponsorship.
  • William Kentridge criticizes Europe's refugee policy, delivering a scathing condemnation of migrant crisis.
  • Newly revealed letters show that Sotheby's contacted Helly Nahmad regarding looted Modigliani claim.
  • EU withdraws millions in unused culture funding available to Italy for heritage site repairs.
  • Judith Young-Mallin sues Peter Beard and his wife for $200k claiming he stole a journal that was gifted to her.
  • Christie’s storage facility still faces $23mil worth of lawsuits for Superstorm Sandy-related damage.
  • Phillips raising buyer commissions on everything it auctions except for watches.
  • Ella Fontanals-Cisneros, Denise Rich, Louise Blouin, & Dominique Lévy among the names in Panama Papers.
  • Jho Low sells off Basquiat and Monet works at significant losses while he is investigated for financial dealings.
  • Ten professors at the Corcoran School of Art and Design at George Washington University have been laid off.
  • Art market in Singapore experiences growing pains.
  • Abu Dhabi spending cuts heavily affecting its art museum development plans.
  • Brooklyn Museum offers staff buyouts to cut costs after facing $3mil. deficit.
  • W.A.G.E. sends letter to the New Museum regarding its expansion efforts.
  • Sainbury's faces social media backlash after it advertises a request for an artist to work for free.
  • Palestinian Museum opens this week, but with no exhibition.
  • When pop musicians borrow or steal from other artists.
  • Pratt Institute president Thomas F. Schutte will be stepping down at the end of the 2016–2017 academic year.
  • Dozens protest Duke Riley's pigeon performance at Brooklyn Navy Yard.
  • A discussion on the use of of live animals in artworks.
  • Google finishes development of Art Camera that will help digitize museum art collections quickly and easily.
  • Ben Davis looks at studying examining the link between art image sharing and property values.
  • Brad Phillips discusses how Instagram is changing things for artists.
  • Bruce High Quality Foundation to open a branch in Miami.
  • Phaidon writes about The Düsseldorf School movement.
  • Ai Weiwei show at Cycladic Museum of Art in Athens opens.
  • Smithsonian American Art Museum acquires six works by Bill Traylor.
  • Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art's collection to be shown at Berlin's National Gallery starting December.
  • Scott Indrisek visits Storm King to see Dennis Oppenheim's Terrestrial Studio and Josephine Halvorson's work.
  • Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney compound where Whitney Museum was born will now host visitors.
  • Artnet writes about Damien Hirst's Jeff Koons show at Newport Street Gallery. Damien Hirst talks about art and money.
  • The National Gallery of Art names Jonathan Bober as Andrew W. Mellon senior curator of prints & drawings.
  • Donna and Donald Baumgartner gift $8mil to the Milwaukee Art Museum. It also names Dr. Marcelle Polednik as the new director.
  • The Menil Collection names Dr. Rebecca Rabinow its new director.
  • Observer interviews Yusaku Maezawa.
  • Larry's List interviews Huang Yu.
  • Market experts discuss the lessons learned from New York auction week last week. Adam Lindemann also provides some thoughts.
  • Pablo Picasso’s Cubist Femme Assise painting headlines Sotheby's London evening sale.
  • Phillips sells Diego Rivera painting privately for $15.7mil. A new record for the artist.
  • Artsy's video: The Art Market, Explained: What You Need to Know about Auctions.
  • A list of Basquiat's most expensive works at auction.
  • Steven Cohen’s Point 72 increased its stake in Sotheby’s to 5.5%. Singapore-based investment group Shanda is also increasing its ownership stake in Sotheby's.
  • Comparison of the May sales of the major auction houses from year to year.
  • Exhibitor list released for Expo Chicago.
  • Art Basel announces 2016 Parcours Sector artworks.
  • Artnet visits Photo London 2016 and discusses its trends. Artinfo's list of the best things to see at the fair.
  • Josef and Anni Albers Foundation now be represented by David Zwirner Gallery.
  • Colin Gleadell looks at the Jean Dubuffet market.
  • Artnet discusses Steve Martin's art collection.
  • Artinfo provides a walk through the Feuerle Collection in Berlin.
  • Luiz Augusto Teixeira de Freitas talks about his collection and the influence of money on the creation of art.
  • Why you should hire an art transport company.
  • Roberta Smith writes about Philip Guston's Hauser & Wirth show.
  • Betty Tompkins talks with Marilyn Minter.
  • Grayson Perry makes a giant ceramic weiner.
  • Wilhelm Sasnal discusses his daily activities.
  • Swoon's Pearly's Beauty Shop, which will raise money for her foundation.
  • Chris Martin's second Saturn Return.
  • Andrea Rosen discusses Felix Gonzalez-Torres and upcoming exhibitions at three galleries across the world.
  • Michail Pirgelis & David Ostrowski's "To Lose" in Monopol Magazine.
  • Linda Yablonsky visits Ugo Rondinone's Seven Magic Mountains 
  • Anish Kapoor exhibits small sculptures at Lisson Gallery in Milan.
  • Antony Gormley shows body cast prints at Alan Cristea Gallery.
  • Artnet wants us to See the 6 Most Haunting Humanoids in Art.
  • BumblebeeLovesYou's Somewhere I'd Rather Bee lapel pin available at the artist's web shop
  • Nicole Eisenman limited edition screen print available from New Museum.
  • Stefan Haus' A Really Good Dictionary of Modern & Contemporary Art now available on Kindle.
  • Dr. Bendor Grosvenor and Jacky Klein get a new show called The Art Detectives.
  • Markus Klinko's never-before-seen photos of David Bowie.

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