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More stories from the week that ended Nov 6 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Alex Da Corte A Man Full of Trouble show opens at Maccarone Gallery in New York.
  • Norcia's Basilica of San Benedetto among historic cultural sites destroyed by latest Italian earthquake.
  • LAPD investigating Boyle Heights gallery vandalism as possible hate crimes sparked by gentrification fight.
  • How Israel’s Minister of Culture and Sport Miri Regev declared war on the art world.
  • The bizarre fake death and resurrection of Gaetano Pesce.
  • Ottawa police begin investigation into Annie Pootoogook's death after suspicious elements come into play.
  • Protestors disrupt the Contemporary Istanbul fair, demonstrating against a work by artist Ali Elmaci.
  • Dr Oetker company says it has found four works in its art collection that may have been looted by Nazis.
  • Pierre Le Guennec changes his story claiming Picasso's wife, Jacqueline  gave him 271 works in rubbish bag.
  • Estimated cost of renovating Pergamon Museum rockets to double original at €477mil, as opening is delayed.
  • Planning for Miami fairs brings to light possible discrimination in the art world work force.
  • NY Supreme Court rules that Fabrizio Moretti’s $6mil. lawsuit against David Zwirner may proceed.
  • Tracking the fate of Van Gogh’s famous bed. Also, a new theory on why the artist cut off his ear.
  • Facebook censors Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio's Amor Vincit Omnia image, then changes its mind.
  • Soho House struggling to maintain exclusivity for creatives and to stay afloat financially.
  • Ben Brown speaks about the lack of a contemporary art museum in Hong Kong.
  • Marina Abramovic dragged into US presidential election via Wikileaks.
  • NBC names Fine Arts as top "useless" major.
  • Endangered works of art from war-torn regions may be housed at the Louvre’s new upcoming storage facility.
  • A loook at Clinton versus Trump on arts policy in the US. Jeff Koons, Chuck Close, and other artists raise millions for Clinton.
  • Bernard Rosenthal's Alamo, aka the Astor Place Cube, returns to Astor Place.
  • Cyndie Berthezene spearheading initiative to give underprivileged school children access to contemporary art.
  • A look back at the 1966 Florence Flood.
  • An exploration on artist books.
  • Eric Smidt donates $25mil. to LACMA.
  • Albright-Knox completes possible fastest capital-raising campaign ($100mil/3 months) in US museum history.
  • Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach gets a Ugo Rondinone mountain sculpture.
  • Harmony Korine has a show at First Center for the Visual Arts.
  • National Portrait Gallery launches appeal to buy unfinished Duke of Wellington portrait by Thomas Lawrence.
  • London’s Royal Academy of Arts to stage first 3-D printed virtual reality show.
  • Kenny Schachter visits Arkansas to visit Crystal Bridges Museum.
  • The New Yorker profiles Liu Yiqian of the Long Museum.
  • Laura Hoptman interviewed about painting and her job at MoMA.
  • Peter Brant may be consigning a John Currin painting to a Christie's sale.
  • Artinfo previews the Artissima International Contemporary Art Fair in Torino.
  • Artnet visits the Contemporary Istanbul art fair.
  • The Globe and Mail writes about Art Toronto.
  • A look at the market for and appreciation of Josef Albers' work.
  • Difference in prices for Tamara de Lempicka's works illustrate divide between male vs female portrait values.
  • How ready-made works and, in particular, Darren Bader's works, are priced and valued.
  • Larry's List looks at Antoine de Werd's collection.
  • Mark Flood writes about Nate Lowman.
  • Andrew Russeth on Susan Rothenberg.
  • A tour of Juergen Teller's new studio in West London, designed by 6a architects.
  • Finnancial Times interviews Etel Adnan.
  • Mike Kelley's Mobile Homestead will travel again next year.
  • LA Weekly profiles Marnie Weber.
  • Ai Weiwei opens four shows simultaneously in New York.
  • Scott Indrisek interviews Adam Abdalla about new online art publication Affidavit.
  • Musée Magazine reviews Factory Andy Warhol book by Stephen Shore.
  • Larry Clark to shoot an advertising campaign and promotional video for Dior.
  • W Magazine's choices for five rising artist stars, including Emily Mae Smith, Brian Belott, and Dora Budor.
  • Jeremy Shaw wins the $50k Sobey Art Award.
  • The effect of having or not having staff photographers on World Series covers.
  • Perrier ARTXTRA launches art program with Hayal Pozanti, Hottea, and Saya Woolfalk in competition.
  • A look at the arts and events social week in NY.
  • Artinfo visits the Why I Want to Fuck Donald Trump show at Joshua Liner Gallery.
  • Maryam Eisler exhibiting her own photography at Tristan Hoare gallery.
  • Ashley Olsen could be dating Richard Sachs after her brief romance with George Condo.

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