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More stories from the week that ended Dec 18 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Aperture writes about Matthew Brandt's new works.
  • Palmyra attacked and recaptured by Isil militants and fears are growing over its fate.
  • PULSE cancels New York edition of its far and launches new year-round programming.
  • Heritage auction house sues Christie’s and Collectrium over alleged data theft.
  • Henry Rollins thinks that burning punk rock artifacts and memorabilia is not punk.
  • American Institute of Architects posthumously awards Paul Revere Williams its highest honor.
  • Bern's Kunstmuseum inherits Gurlitt collection as court rejects challenge that Gurlitt was mentally unfit.
  • Austrian government to seize Hitler’s birthplace in order to discourage neo-Nazi pilgrimages.
  • Beat Raeber and Matthias von Stenglin announce that they are ending their partnership and closing space.
  • Johnetta Cole will retire in March 2017 as director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art.
  • Convicted art fraudster Luke Brugnara's SF home on the market with an asking price of $19.7mil.
  • Makeup artist Courtney Lether arrested for stealing $1.4mil. worth of artwork by Pat Trivigno.
  • Employee of museum of natural history in Orleans, France convicted of stealing 666 fossils and stones.
  • The court of appeal in Aix-en-Provence upholds two-year suspended prison sentence of Pierre Le Guennec.
  • Jan Porcellis and Willem Buytewech the Younger paintings sold in Nazi era return to the heirs of Max Stern.
  • Drawing taken to Tajan auction house turns out to be an authentic Leonardo Da Vinci study.
  • How the art world rediscovers overlooked artists.
  • Bill protecting works of art on loan to the US from foreign institutions from seizure passed by the Senate.
  • Leading art world figures’ highlights and lowlights of 2016.
  • Staff at artnet News makes predictions for 2017.
  • Oscar Wilde portrait by Robert Harper Pennington to return to UK for first time at Tate Britain.
  • Nicholas Serota to receive the 2017 Audrey Irmas Award for Curatorial Excellence and $25k.
  • Harry Hyams has left £387 million ($490 Million) in the form of his fine art and vintage car collection to Britain.
  • Christopher Knight reviews R.H. Quaytman’s show at MOCA.
  • Yayoi Kusama 8' pumpkin sculpture appears outside the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
  • J. Landis Martin and his wife Sharon Martin donate $25mil. to Denver Art Museum for revitalization of building.
  • Details on Sculpture Projects Münster revealed.
  • Christie’s hires Guillaume Cerutti as CEO. He replaces Patricia Barbizet, who will be vice chairman.
  • James Ensor’s Squelette arrêtant masques (Skeleton stopping masks) sells for record €7,357,500 at Sotheby's.
  • Sotheby’s hires Christy MacLear, of Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, as vice chairman of fine arts division.
  • WSJ writes about Sotheby’s New Bid to Manage Artists’ Careers.
  • Artnet's top auction moments of 2016.
  • Exhibitor list for Art Brussels 2017 released.
  • Empty Gallery expands in Hong Kong and may open a Silicon Valley location.
  • NY Times profiles and talks to Marian Goodman.
  • Artinfo profiles Domenico and Eleanore De Sole.
  • Larry's List interviews Christopher Tsai.
  • Andrew Goldstein interviews Stefan Simchowitz.
  • Lévy Gorvy partnership debuts with Yves Klein symphony in San Francisco.
  • R.H. Quaytman wins Robert De Niro Sr. Artist Prize and $25k.
  • British Journal of Photography interviews Ed Templeton.
  • Kim Gordon in Playboy.
  • Graham Short engraved five £5 notes with a minuscule portrait of Jane Austen and circulated them.
  • Banksy caught on 1995 video?
  • LA Louver interviews Patrick Martinez.
  • Jeff Brouws, Henry Chalfant, and Melanie Schiff discuss William Eggleston's work.
  • Phaidon interviews David Diao.
  • Artnet's list of the top ten most exciting artists working in the US today.
  • LA Times reviews shows in Los Angeles, including by Kelly Akashi, Mickalene Thomas, and Yong Soon Min.
  • Michael Green creates series of graphic digital images that explore Pizzagate conspiracy theory.
  • Everything is Terrible! makes an art installation out of 14,000 VHS copies of Jerry Macguire.
  • Artinfo's list of The 2016 Power List: High-Wattage Women of the Art World, Part 1.
  • Vogue's list of The Best Art Shows of 2016.
  • Sedition looks at the top digital artists of the past five years.
  • New Tauba Auerbach limited edition 3D printed sculpture available.
  • Exhibition A releases Emily Mae Smith limited edition wall clock.
  • Some artist collaboration holiday gift products, including by Jen Stark, Olafur Eliasson, and Alex Katz.
  • Artnet's list of 35 Holiday Gifts for the Art Lover in Your Life.
  • What Donald Trump Learned From the 1980s New York Art World.
  • Donald Trump considering Sylvester Stallone for Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts in US. Ben Davis comments.
  • Artnet covers some of NY's holiday parties and events.
  • Art in bathrooms.

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