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More stories from the week that ended Sept 4 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Blum & Poe exhibits Kanye West's Famous sculpture. The work is on the market for $4mil. The gallery now claims that the work is not currently for sale.
  • RIP: Jaime Davidovich, who passed away at the age of 79 due to pancreatic cancer.
  • RIP: Nathan Lyons, who passed away at the age of 86 due to complications from pneumonia.
  • Lisa Cooley closes her gallery space after eight years. She speaks about the decision to shut the doors and the economics of her gallery. Stefan Simchowitz harshly criticizes Cooley.
  • Bronx Museum of the Arts names interim board leadership days after major resignations.
  • New York Central Art Supply Inc to close after 111 years in business.
  • The ignored and forgotten black artists from Canada.
  • Four thieves burglarize Anselm Kiefer's workshop for raw materials.
  • Pacific Northwest College of Art cancels MA programs a week before classes were scheduled to begin.
  • Christoph Büchel project at Kunstsammlung Nordrhein Westfalen cancelled due to complexity and ambition.
  • Anish Kapoor considering withdrawing his work from Yinchuan Biennale in protest of exclusion of Ai Weiwei.
  • Group of Israeli artists, museum directors and art educators file lawsuit against the country’s ministry of culture.
  • Tara Kulukundis's son sues her to stop sale of trust-owned artwork.
  • Joseph Kinnebrew sues Bonnie Deutsch for return of artwork after she broke up with him via email from son.
  • Petition started against planned extension of Seattle Asian Art Museum into Volunteer Park.
  • New York Times eliminates art coverage of the Tri-State area.
  • Art law experts speak about the Peter Doig authentication case.
  • Ben Davis looks at whether obtaining an MFA is worth it for artists.
  • The role non-profits play in the art world.
  • Michelangelo may have hid feminist symbols in the Sistine Chapel ceiling fresco.
  • Is San Francisco ready to become a art world capital?
  • Scientists discover that white substance on Munch Scream painting is candle wax.
  • Guerrilla Girls install giant banner on facade of Museum Ludwig in Cologne.
  • Parviz Tanavoli unveils his largest ever work at Toronto’s Aga Khan museum.
  • Artnet visits the 11th Gwangju Biennale.
  • NPR profiles the Underground Museum.
  • Gary Simmons installation to inaugurate Culture Lab Detroit.
  • Rembrandt’s Abraham Entertaining the Angels travels to the Frick Collection.
  • The Baltimore Museum of Art appoints Katy Siegel senior programming and research curator.
  • KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art to open in Berlin at Power House, including cafe in Brew House.
  • How Nancy Spector gets things done.
  • Artspace's guide to the 7 best MFA painting programs in the United States.
  • The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) names Elissa Tenny the college’s new president.
  • The growing Indonesian art scene and art market.
  • Christie's to hold sale of Wayne Thiebaud works to benefit Wayne Thiebaud Foundation.
  • Sotheby's sale of Australian art in Sydney goes well.
  • Sotheby's launches Museum Network to showcase videos and TV series made by art museums.
  • Thomas Hesse appointed CEO of Auctionata | Paddle8.
  • Evening Standard interviews Victoria Siddall about the Frieze art fair.
  • Artspace's list of the 9 of the Best Artworks at the 2016 Code Art Fair. They also highlight some of the rising stars being shown at the fair.
  • NADA Miami Beach will return to the Deauville Beach Resort for its 2016 edition.
  • Artnet visits the Art-O-Rama art fair on the Côte d’Azur.
  • A preview of the Governors Island Art Fair.
  • Alberto Mugrabi buys a $250k Mark Grotjahn work at Loic Gouzer’s Oceana benefit auction.
  • Sarah Thornton writes about venture capitalists that are collecting art.
  • Larry Gagosian will host Art for Hillary Auction 2016 at the Gagosian Gallery space on West 21st St.
  • Artnet looks at the fate of galleries that exhibited at the first NADA fair in Miami.
  • United Talent Agency unveils U.T.A. Artist Space in Boyle Heights.
  • 30 things Gina Fairley learned from working in a gallery.
  • Lars Bohman Gallery will merge with Galerie Forsblom.
  • Bendor Grosvenor's opinion on the current Old Masters market.
  • Financial Times writes about the business of artist estates.
  • Burger King in St. Petersburg names menu items after Pyotr Pavlensky works.
  • Is Robert Del Naja the real Banksy?
  • Dora Budor discusses images she finds intriguing.
  • Dylan Kerr interviews Ian Cheng.
  • Kim Schoenstadt organizes hundreds of female artists for group portrait at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel.
  • Artspace interviews Ai Weiwei.
  • A week in the life of Marisa Takal.
  • Forbes interviews Donald Sultan.
  • Financial Times interviews Sterling Ruby.
  • Terry Richardson to release book with photographs of his girlfriend Alex “Skinny” Bolotow. Paper Magazine interviews Richardson.
  • Hans Ulrich Obrist and seven others discuss what inspires them.
  • NPR talks Bob Ross.
  • Swiss Institute releases Simon Denny limited edition.
  • Artspace's guide to getting your own DIY MFA at home via books.
  • NY Times writes about the use of artwork in upscale hotels.
  • Artspace details 10 Surrealist Masterpieces You Need to Know.
  • A collection of photos from the first week of Burning Man.

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