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More stories from the week that ended June 12 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Spike Art Magazine's photographs from Berlin Biennale. Artnet looks at the standout performances at the Berlin Biennale.
  • RIP: Tunga, who passed away at the age of 64 due to cancer.
  • RIP: John Margolies, who passed away at the age of 76 due to pneumonia.
  • RIP: Frank Wagner, who passed away at the age of 58.
  • Fahmi Reza charged with violating media laws by depicting Malaysian PM Najib Razak as a clown.
  • Ugo Rondinone's Seven Magic Mountains vandalized. Las Vegas Review-Journal has images of the graffiti.
  • Museum visitor trips and elbows Warhol Elvis painting at SFMOMA.
  • Mikhail Mindlin questioned by Russia’s Federal Security Service in connection with corruption investigation.
  • Grand Palais reopens, but Louvre was still closed after Paris flooding.
  • Fire breaks out just outside of Lourve.
  • Artnet's list of the top 6 accidents to have occurred in museums.
  • Forger and dealer of Lee Ufan works indicted in Korea.
  • Pyotr Pavlensky receives penalty of a fine, rather than jail time.
  • Dennis Morris sues Richard Prince and Gagosian Gallery for the artist using 3 of his images in his work.
  • Richard Prince leaves Gagosian Gallery.
  • Russian art sales continue to perform poorly.
  • Katya Kazakina thinks that Sotheby's is paying investors to bid on its artwork.
  • John Oliver's Last Week Tonight episode rips off Debt Collective.
  • Bronx Museum of the Arts has postpones Wild Noise show of Cuban art after shipment of works halted.
  • The National Gallery of Denmark removing "negro" and "Hottentot" from titles and descriptions of artwork.
  • After two years, Allison Rodman departs as MoMA PS1's director of communications.
  • The ethical and economic questions raised by posthumous musical recording releases.
  • Nevada Court rules that bus-turned-ship for Burning Man is not considered visual art.
  • Christian Boros, AA Bronson, and others discuss the Berlin art scene.
  • City of Los Angeles hires Alan Nakagawa to assist in reducing traffic deaths.
  • ARTnews examines the world of charity art auctions.
  • US Senate bill would help recover art stolen by Nazis.
  • Artnet reviews Manifesta 11. ArtReview interviews Christian Jankowski.
  • Garage Museum of Contemporary Art organizing first triennial dedicated to contemporary Russian art.
  • Maria Arena Bell awarded €15k patronage prize by Montblanc.
  • MoMA announces major Frank Lloyd Wright exhibition in 2017.
  • University of Iowa looking to build $60mil. art museum.
  • The Albright-Knox Art Gallery selects Rem Koolhaus' OMA to expand and refurbish the museum
  • Yayoi Kusama – In Infinity at the Moderna Museet highlights the artist's interest in design and fashion.
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit receives $100k matching grant for Mike Kelley’s Mobile Homestead.
  • Scott Indrisek reviews Martin Creed's The Back Door at Park Avenue Armory. Brian Boucher also previews the show. The exhibition via Instagram posts.
  • Henri Neuendorf interviews Francesco Bonami about curating.
  • Tate hires Gregor Muir to be the new director of collection, international art.
  • Two dozen art market experts provide their suggestions on how to make a saner industry.
  • Johnny Depp selling his collection of nine Basquiat works at Christie's.
  • Alex Rotter now chairman of postwar and contemporary art at Christie’s Americas.
  • Judd Tully previews the Sotheby's Impressionist and Modern sale. Part II is also up.
  • Sotheby's searches for a new home in New York again.
  • Modigliani's Jeanne Hébuterne (au foulard) painting to sell for more than $40mil. at Sotheby's.
  • Marcel Duchamp’s Nu sur nu (Nude on Nude) sold at Artcurial sets a record for a painting by the artist.
  • How Dominique Lévy prepares for Art Basel.
  • Artspace interviews LISTE director Peter Bläuer. Artinfo also interviews him.
  • Alain Servais picks his favorite works from LISTE. David Gryn also shares his list, as does Natalie Bell.
  • Guy Wildenstein selling Upper-East Side mansion for $49mil.
  • David Zwirner Gallery opening a location in Hong Kong.
  • Almine Rech opening a location in New York.
  • Lehmann Maupin Gallery plans to open a new gallery location in Chelsea.
  • Hauser & Wirth to take over former Dia Art Foundation space on West 22nd Street.
  • Dominique Lévy to expand and take over all three floors of 909 Madison Avenue after Perrotin moves out.
  • Martos Gallery moving from Chelsea to Chinatown and hires Ebony L. Haynes as director.
  • The estate of Harvey Quaytman now represented by Van Doren Waxter.
  • Hannah Rothschild comments on the art market.
  • Anna Furney has been made a partner at Venus.
  • Michael Slenske profiles John Rubeli.
  • Video tour of Cindy Sherman's show at Metro Pictures.
  • Ewa Hess interviews Maurizio Cattelan. Artnet writes about his wheelchair-on-water performance at Manifesta.
  • Mika Tajima's Meridian (Gold) unveiled at Hunters Point Park South in Long Island City.
  • Trevor Paglen wins The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation for 2016.
  • Liza Lou now represented by Lehmann Maupin.
  • Thousands in Colombia pose nude for Spencer Tunick photograph.
  • Kickstarter campaign for Music Box Village includes items by Swoon.
  • 9 of Paul McCarthy's Most Depraved, Disturbing, and Unforgettable Artworks.
  • Ben Davis writes about teamLab.
  • Artsy's These 20 Female Artists Are Pushing Figurative Painting Forward list.
  • Artnet's picks 10 millennial artists to watch in 2016.
  • Artnet's list of whom to network with at Art Basel.
  • Limited edition Fatima Al Qadiri, Hito Steyerl, Juliana Huxtable collaborative vinyl includes Steyerl cover.
  • Isaac Mizrahi chooses 5 artworks he would take with him if he were stranded on Mars.
  • How to dress the part of the art connoisseur.
  • When John Cage met Sun Ra.
  • Muhammed Ali created artwork as well. Gordon Parks' photographs of the boxer in his prime.
  • How the Golden State Warriors games are like works of art.

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