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More stories from the week that ended Sept 18 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Blum & Poe website has images up for its Henry Taylor exhibition. LA Times profiles Henry Taylor's exhibition space Henry Taylor’s.
  • RIP: Ruth Braunstein, who passed away at the age of 93 after a short illness.
  • RIP: Greta Friedman, who passed away at the age of 92. She was nurse kissed in iconic V-J Day photo.
  • Mark Moore Gallery in Culver City will close at the end of the year.
  • Art16 art fair cancels its 2017 edition.
  • New details in Alec Baldwin's lawsuit against Mary Boone over Bleckner painting. Jonathan Jones has a different perspective than Baldwin's.
  • Antonio de Felipe sued by former assistant Fumiko Negishi, who claims authorship of his works.
  • Federico Castelluccio sued by James Sliman for non-payment of PR work related to Guercino painting.
  • Shantell Martin accuses Lane Bryant of stealing her designs.
  • Anish Kapoor shows work at Yinchuan Biennalel in China despite its censorship of Ai Weiwei.
  • Jerry Saltz writes about The Tyranny of Art History in Contemporary Art.
  • Long-disputed plaster figure may actually be a Degas.
  • NYC Department of Cultural Affairs financing paid internships at institutional organizations to improve diversity.
  • Germany's Culture Minister Monika Grütters has called for a fund for the purchase of nationally valuable art.
  • Berlin still ranked very high as a city for artists to live in, according to study.
  • Christian Viveros-Fauné writes about Detroit as a destination city for art.
  • The week in New York's art world.
  • Artnet says that Carmen Herrera’s retrospective at the Whitney Museum is a "must-see".
  • Tickets to National Museum of African American History and Culture booked until at least November.
  • Fondation Beyeler announces $84mil. expansion, overseen by Peter Zumthor.
  • MoMA makes digital archive of thousands of images available online.
  • Swiss Institute finds new home on St Marks Place and Second Avenue in the East Village, NY.
  • Museum Voorlinden, a new private art space, opens in the Netherlands with Ellsworth Kelly show and others.
  • Zoe Butt will be artistic director of the new Factory Contemporary Arts Centre after departing Sàn Art.
  • David Breslin named the director of the Whitney Museum collection.
  • Hamza Walker named new executive director of LAXART.
  • Maurizio Cattelan’s America, 18-karat golden toilet in a Guggenheim Museum bathroom, opens to the public.
  • The Art of Banksy exhibition to open in Oct at The Paddock in Melbourne’s Federation Square.
  • Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu opening a private museum for their Arte Povera collection in Hudson Valley.
  • The Swiss Pavilion at 2017 Venice Biennale will pay homage to Alberto Giacometti.
  • Shanghai Biennale reveals its full list of participating artists.
  • Independent Curators International announces 2016 nominees for Independent Vision Curatorial award.
  • The food menu at the National Museum of African American History's Sweet Home Cafe.
  • Christie's to auction Kandinsky painting bought directly from the artist by Solomon Guggenheim.
  • Sotheby's will work with Taikang to “identify a qualified independent director to serve on the board.”
  • Sotheby’s will offer important group of prints by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner during auction of Prints and Multiples.
  • Sotheby's interviews T.O.P about his upcoming sale.
  • Artcurial has white glove sale of the Brollo Collection, with thirty works all by Diego Giacometti.
  • Heritage Auction to offer Morris Louis columnar work, Blue Pilaster.
  • How auction houses are providing negotiating incentives in a down market.
  • SVIT wins first NADA x Exhibitionary International Gallery Prize and will receive a booth at NADA Miami Beach.
  • Art Basel parent company MCH takes majority co-ownership stake in India Art Fair.
  • Gallery list for Paris Internationale 2016 released.
  • Artnet writes about 10 Things to Do and See at the New York Art Book Fair.
  • Autre covers Sexy Beast, the benefit at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles supporting Planned Parenthood Los Angeles.
  • Printed Matter celebrating 40th anniversary as 11th edition of New York Art Book Fair opens this month.
  • Art dealers that have discovered and succeeded in alternatives from the gallery model.
  • The trend of artists showing with galleries other than the ones they are represented by.
  • Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac showing 40 years of work by James Rosenquist across its two spaces.
  • Cecily Brown joins Paula Cooper Gallery.
  • Michael Slenske spends time with and profiles Abraham Cruzvillegas.
  • A Q&A with Aki Sasamoto on her SculptureCenter solo show.
  • Danh Vō's first show at White Cube, Hong Kong.
  • The Praemium Imperiale annouces 2016 Laureates, including Cindy Sherman and Annette Messager.
  • Eddie Peake stages a performance at Jeffrey Deitch's gallery.
  • National Medal of Arts announces 2015 recipients, including Jack Whitten and Ralph Lemon.
  • Pedro Reyes is inaugural Dasha Zhukova Distinguished Visiting Artist at MIT's first resident.
  • Artnet looks at 10 Shows by Groundbreaking Female Sculptors.
  • Artnet's list of 10 Exceptional Millennial Artists to Watch in 2016.
  • A look at the green color used on the Statue of Liberty.
  • Wolfgang Tillmans models for Hood By Air in New York.
  • George W Bush to release a book of his art.
  • Donald Trump used Donald J. Trump Foundation money to buy painting of himself by Michael Israel.
  • Artspace interviews John Varvatos.
  • Renovation complete at historic Cartier Mansion on New York’s Fifth Avenue.

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