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More stories from the week that ended Oct 16 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • David Hockney's SUMO book is coming.
  • RIP: Klaus Kertess, who passed away at the age of 76.
  • RIP: Elizabeth F. Rohatyn, who passed away at the age of 86.
  • RIP: David Antin, who passed away at the age of 84.
  • RIP: Michiyo Yasuda, who passed away at the age of 77.
  • Vikram Chatwal accused of attempting to set Sean Kelley's dogs on fire in unprovoked attack.
  • Mike Weiss Gallery in Chelsea, NY to close due to issues with construction next door.
  • Catherine Wagley gets us up to date on the gentrification battle between Boyle Heights residents and galleries. LA Times' Carolina A. Miranda also explores issues of gentrification in Boyle Heights.
  • Serious doubts starting to grow over Old Masters sold by Giulano Ruffini after collector refunded by Sotheby's. More details emerge. Artnet summarizes the facts so far.
  • Jeffrey Uslip resigns as curator of Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis amid Kelley Walker show controversy.
  • Fake insider ticket scheme uncovered at Versailles and five workers charged with fraud.
  • UK art market fears long-term impact of hard Brexit damaging UK trade.
  • UK professors condemn removal of art history A-level, as England will drop the subject from 2018.
  • Berlin rejects funding proposal for Chris Dercon’s latest project.
  • Stanley Gibbons under new management after posting losses of £29mil.
  • Pierce O’Donnell sues his business partner in a possible authentic Jackson Pollock painting worth ~$100mil.
  • Asher Edelman and Geoffrey Diner Gallery's complex lawsuit due to damaged Pier Paolo Calzolari neon work.
  • Reiss-Engelhorn Museen wins lawsuit against visitor who uploaded images from museum onto Wikipedia.
  • Grayson Perry and Jonathan Jones beef intensifies.
  • Artnet explores whether the art market is racially biased.
  • Doris Salcedo covers Bogotá square with stitched banners in memory of war victims after peace deal rejected.
  • The Art Newspaper looks at the Caravaggio work at the center of the Wildenstein money-laundering trial. Prosecutors recommend that Guy Wildenstein be sentenced to four years in prison and pay €250mil. for alleged tax evasion and money laundering.
  • Laura O’Reilly apologizes for hosting #DaddyWillSaveUs show at her gallery, Wallplay. Gothamist visits the pro-Trump show in New York.
  • Keith Miller writes about How Frieze eats the soul.
  • Art Market Monitor looks at the decline in the flipping of works at auction.
  • Klimt's The Kiss reproduced in 3D, enabling the visually impaired to enjoy the work by touch.
  • Manuel Ocampo and Lani Maestro will represent the Philippines at the 2017 Venice Biennale.
  • BeMA – Beirut Museum of Art – coming in 2020 and will be designed by Hala Wardé.
  • Tate announces 2016 Frieze Tate Fund acquisitions, which includes 10 works by 3 artists.
  • The British Museum has been buying American prints for The American Dream: Pop to the Present exhibition.
  • Tino Sehgal, along with 300 performers, will take over the Palais de Tokyo in Paris for his solo there.
  • International tour planned for Zaha Hadid exhibitions in London and Rome.
  • Newport Street Gallery wins 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize for the best building of the year in UK.
  • The University of Pennsylvania receives $15mil. gift for the arts from Keith L. and Katherine Sachs.
  • London’s National Gallery close to buying £30mil. Pontormo painting after government provides grant.
  • AXA insurance company gives 29 Thomas Hart Benton drawings and studies to the Met.
  • Artnet interviews JiaJia Fei about the Jewish Museum's digital strategy.
  • Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, visits the Mauritshuis museum.
  • Now Be Here #2 will take place in the Brooklyn Museum’s Beaux-Arts Court.
  • Damien Hirst's show at Pinault Collection will include his latest project, which has been 10 years in the making.
  • Louise Blouin endorses Hillary Rodham Clinton for the United States presidency. Artinfo also writes about Clinton's other art figure supporters.
  • Christie’s opens second exhibition location in China on Oct 15 with Beijing flagship space.
  • Sotheby’s announces new fee structure for Nov sales.
  • A look at the artists' auction records that were broken last week in London. Katya Kazakina writes about the week in London auctions for Bloomberg.
  • The lessons gleaned from Sotheby's Bowie-owned Basquiat Air Power painting that he purchased at auction.
  • A preview on what dealers are bringing to FIAC this year. Artnet gathers 20 of the most exciting shows and events around Paris during FIAC.
  • Kenny Schachter writes about the scene in London during Frieze week.
  • Paul Kasmin hires Denis Gardarin as senior director. Adds Mathieu Mercier and Naama Tsabar to roster.
  • Paula Cooper's life in pictures with NY Times.
  • Artspace interviews Magnus Edensvard.
  • Adrian Rosenfeld opening a gallery in San Francisco.
  • JTT gallery to move to a bigger space in the Lower East Side of NYC.
  • Artnet talks to Russell Tovey about his art collecting and interests.
  • Artspace interviews Etel Adnan.
  • The Art Newspaper catches up with Ed Ruscha.
  • Robert Indiana talks with Artspace.
  • Artnet writes about the women artists of the Russian Avant-Garde movement.
  • Jerry Saltz reviews Matthew Barney's show at Barbara Gladstone.
  • Artinfo looks at Sandro Kopp's Take Time show at Galerie Eric Dupont.
  • Another Something profiles Cali Thornhill DeWitt.
  • Taylor Dafoe interviews Donna Huanca.
  • Stephen Shore's photographs from Warhol's Factory.
  • Artinfo interviews Marsha Cottrell.
  • Artforum writes about Eric Mack.
  • William Powhida's Donald Trump piece.
  • Yxta Maya Murray journey to Maurizio Cattelan’s America.
  • Ten people that could be Banksy.
  • Kehinde Wiley's 10 favorite books.
  • William Powhida's new print about reasons why you shouldn't live in New York.
  • Artnet reviews the week in art events and parties.
  • The art world's courtship of celebrities.
  • Prince's unreleased music library could sell more as much as $35mil.
 

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