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More stories from the week that ended Nov 13 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Images for Aaron Garber-Maikovska's Jizzle exhibition and performance up on High Art's website.
  • RIP: Giles Waterfield, who passed away at the age of 67.
  • RIP: Ann Tower, who passed away at the age of 65 after suffering an aneurysm.
  • RIP: Arnold Mesches, who passed away at the age of 93.
  • Sharbat Gula (green-eyed girl in Steve McCurry photo) convicted and deported from Pakistan to Afghanistan.
  • The art world reacts to Donald Trump's election as president of the United States.
  • David Henry Brown Jr.'s performance piece involving stalking Donald Trump for a year. Jenny Holzer, Carrie Mae Weems, Maya Lin, and Zoe Leonard respond to the election. Ben Davis writes about David Gleeson and Mary Mihelic's T.Rump Bus mobile art installation. Shepard Fairey talks Obama, Hillary, Trump, and about the US and responds to Trump's election. More responses collected from Artnet, W Magazine, and Hyperallergic. Christian Viveros-Fauné discusses the coming culture wars. What artists are saying about the future.
  • Sotheby’s reports $54.5mil third-quarter net loss in income.
  • Shanghai Cultural Bureau censors a film by Sun Xun from Everyday Legend with no reason given.
  • Keith J Varadi writes about three female artist shows in LA and relates them to male white privilege.
  • Gabriela Palmieri leaves Sotheby's abruptly on the eve of major New York sales.
  • McDonald’s sues city of Florence for $20mil. after plans for a restaurant in Piazza del Duomo were blocked.
  • Controversial newly-found Caravaggio exhibited at Milan’s Pinacoteca di Brera.
  • How Michelangelo got his start copying art.
  • Royal Ontario Museum apologizes to the African-Canadian community 27 years later for racist exhibition.
  • Germany appoints first Jewish members to Limbach Commission Nazi-loot  art panel.
  • Remains of Paul Gauguin’s father, Clovis, found off Antarctica.
  • Moishe Mana offering to cover legal costs of women who claim to have been sexually harassed by Trump.
  • Institut du Monde Arabe host a night of readings to honor victims on anniversary of Paris terrorist attacks.
  • The Philadelphia Museum of Art receives 5 sculptures from the Cy Twombly Foundation.
  • Louvre unveils controversial restoration of Leonardo Da Vinci St John the Baptist painting.
  • Elton John and others help Tate promote photography.
  • Artinfo covers the KAWS show at Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
  • Guy Wildenstein and Hasso Plattner join forces to launch Wildenstein Platter Institute art research foundation.
  • A look at the role of curator.
  • A look at the works Tommy Hilfiger is offering from his collection at Phillips. How he collects and plays the market.
  • Looted John Constable Beaching a Boat painting returned to heirs now heads to auction at Christie's.
  • Colin Gleadell reports on part 1 of David Bowie's Sotheby's auction sale. The Art Newspaper also writes about the auction.
  • Fortune talks to Peter and Shannon Loughrey of Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA).
  • Artnet's list of 5 Important Auctions to Watch in November.
  • Where the art world dines during New York auction week.
  • Part 1 of Paper Magazine's guide to Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • The Art Newspaper interviews Christoph Wiesner of Paris Photo. Artnet covers the fair.
  • Armory Show will have a new floor plan and VIP lounge in 2017.
  • Kenny Schachter’s adventures in Shanghai during the West Bund Art Fair and ART021.
  • The effect of the US presidential election on the art market. Art Market Monitor on what Trump's victory may mean for the art market. What the experts think about the post-Trump market.
  • NY Times writes about the market for Adrian Ghenie's work.
  • David Bowie, the art collector.
  • Artinfo interviews Sarah Jones.
  • Architectural Digest visits Jack Pierson's NY apartment.
  • Glamcult interviews Darja Bajagić.
  • Jerry Saltz writes about Kerry James Marshall’s A Portrait of the Artist As a Shadow of His Former Self.
  • Artinfo reviews Susan Rothenberg's show at Sperone Westwater.
  • Christopher Knight reviews Paul Sietsema's show at Matthew Marks Gallery.
  • Langlands & Bell installation in Piccadilly Circus tube station honors Frank Pick.
  • NY Times profiles Carol Bove.
  • Artinfo has a Q&A with Gaetano Pesce.
  • Christopher Knight reviews Lisa Williamson's show at Tif Sigfrids.
  • Grace Coddington on Bruce Weber.
  • Artnet interviews Joe Reihsen.
  • Artinfo visits Jacob Kassay's show at 303 Gallery.
  • The Daily Beast profiles RETNA.
  • Almine Ruiz-Picasso has recommendations for what to do and see in Paris.
  • Part 2 of Artspace's tips for having a good artist studio visit.
  • Artnet profiles 5 New York alternative art spaces.
  • Ben Davis on the art of the 2016 US presidential election.
  • Matthew Brannon makes a Skowhegan 70th Anniversary Poster edition.

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