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More stories from the week that ended Aug 28 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Carolina A. Miranda gives us a tour of Glenstone. Above: pair of reflecting pools by Felix Gonzalez-Torres.
  • The demise of Qatar's art scene.
  • Experts fear many historic buildings might have been damaged as a consequence of the earthquake in Italy. Italian museums to donate ticket sales on Sunday to earthquake rescue efforts.
  • Paris terrorist attacks and flooding cause 20% drop in attendance at the Louvre.
  • Ai Weiwei says his work was pulled from Yinchuan Biennale due to political sensitivity.
  • Roland Scahill indicted after he raised money for fake Broadway play that would have starred Lupita N’yongo.
  • Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi pleads guilty to destroying Timbuktu mausoleums. A first war crimes case of its kind.
  • Banksy's Spy Booth street piece may be lost forever. BBC also covers the removal.
  • James Smith sues the Met saying he was fired due to false allegations.
  • Mynxii White sues Richard Prince over Instagram photo work.
  • Defne Ayas pulls out of Antarctic Biennale.
  • Leonardo Dicaprio may have canceled hosting a Clinton fundraiser due to his ties to Jho Low.
  • Louis Hock builds a wall at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego to protest Trump.
  • The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego eliminates eight full-time positions and 20 part-time positions.
  • Speed Art Museum lays off seven employees and reduces hours of two more after unveiling renovation plans.
  • Björk fans upset and unhappy that Somerset House seeks unpaid volunteers for VR show.
  • Marina Abramović apologizes for her racist and controversial comments about aboriginal Australians.
  • Judge rules in favor of Peter Doig in his authentication trial. The Art Law Blog comments.
  • Portrait bought by Belgian couple for €450  turns out to be a long lost early work by Willem de Kooning.
  • The deal SFMOMA made to acquire the Fisher collection.
  • New video series has artists discussing works in LACMA's collection.
  • Ben David reviews Forty at MoMA PS1.
  • The New York Public Library exhibits some Japanese Dada works.
  • Serpentine Sackler Gallery to host major Zaha Hadid show.
  • Prince's Paisley Park estate and studio in Minneapolis will open for public tours in October.
  • McNay Art Museum receives $1mil. donation from G.A.C. Halff Foundation.
  • PAM appoints new deputy directors: Adrienne Chadwick, Melissa Cowley Wolf, and Christina Boomer Vazquez.
  • SculptureCenter fall programming will feature solo exhibitions by Cosima von Bonin and Aki Sasamoto.
  • Ben Davis shares 10 Fall Museum Shows to Get Excited About Around the US.
  • St. Moritz Art Masters opens this weekend with a focus on the United States.
  • Erin Thompson writes about the reasons people collect art.
  • Kelly Osbourne and Zackary Drucker team up for TransNation Festival, a transgender film festival in LA.
  • Henri Neuendorf discusses the tax benefits of having private museums in the US.
  • Artinfo interviews Sarah Cottier Gallery.
  • Massive short-term interest in Sotheby's stock.
  • Christie's attempting to revive ­interest in the fallen angels of India’s contemporary art scene.
  • Truman Capote's ashes offered in Los Angeles at Julien’s Auctions.
  • Michael Jackson's RIAA gold record for Thriller to be offered at auction by Nate D. Sanders Auctions.
  • 1955 Jaguar D-Type becomes the most expensive British automobile sold at auction at RM Sotheby's.
  • Chart Art Fair opens in Copenhagen.
  • Gallerists that also make and exhibit their art.
  • Modern Painters' list of the top galleries of 2016 in Europe. Also their list of the top galleries in Asia. And of course, a list for Africa.
  • Surace interviews Jack Shainman.
  • Larry's List visits and interviews Jeffrey N. Dauber about his collection.
  • Claire Tabouret, Awol Erizku, and Cara Benedetto is now represented by Night Gallery.
  • Pavel Zoubok Gallery will soon join forces with George Adams Gallery.
  • Haynes Fine Art launches new gallery with rare and unseen works by Andy Warhol.
  • The New Yorker profiles Michael Heizer, whose City is nearly complete.
  • AnOther Magazine writes about Jamian Juliano-Villani and her upcoming Studio Voltaire show.
  • New York Times profiles Tom Wesselmann.
  • Artinfo has a Q&A with Jessica Stockholder.
  • Kent Twitchell creating another Ed Ruscha mural for Downtown Los Angeles.
  • Tom Sachs discusses his collaboration with Frank Ocean. Wolfgang Tillmans also discusses working with the musician. How Wolfgang Tillmans' track ended up on Frank Ocean's album.
  • Lensratch revisits the Elizabeth Avedon Mixtape.
  • Mitzi Pederson, Josh Faught, Simone Bailey, Will Rogan, and Ruth Laskey finalists for 2016 SF Artadia Awards.
  • Peter Alexander at Parrasch Heijnen Gallery is an Artforum Critic's Pick.
  • Artnet's list of 20 New York Gallery Exhibitions Everyone Should See This Fall. And their preview of NY museum exhibitions.
  • John Baldessari limited edition print released to benefit Lincoln Center Education.
  • Madonna surprises fans by visiting MoMA.
  • James Franco releases bizarre erotic music video shot at Chateau Marmont.
  • Amy Schumer complains about Anna Wintour’s Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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