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More stories from the week that ended Feb 5 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Alex Becerra's first solo show at Shane Campbell Gallery opens.
  • RIP: Saloua Raouda Choucair, who passed away at the age of 100.
  • RIP: Dore Ashton, who passed away at the age of 88.
  • Louvre Museum evacuated and closed after man attacked a patrolling soldier near the museum’s entrance.
  • Vjeran Tomic, aka Spider-Man, goes on trial for his heist of Modern Art Museum in Paris in May 2010. Court testimony reveals more about the thefts and the museum's inadequate security system.
  • Spanish police arrest three people in connection with theft of five Francis Bacon paintings in Madrid.
  • How artists and curators are affected by Trump's US travel bans.
  • US Holocaust Museum issues a statement clearly defining the Holocaust.
  • Campaign launched to save Vincent van Gogh’s grave, which is in urgent need of restoration.
  • Apollo Magazine asks: Are artists’ estates too protective of artists’ reputations?
  • Will Loic Gouzer go to a private dealership or stay at Christie's?
  • Judge rules that Tracey Hejailan-Amon has no right to part of Maurice Alain Amon's art collection.
  • David Spade files a lawsuit against Peter Beard, his wife Nejma, and dealer Peter Tunney over a Beard work.
  • Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum's loan agreement with baroness Carmen Cervera ends; optimism for new deal.
  • Anish Kapoor creates work protesting Donald Trump.
  • The gender gap in pricing may be narrowing with more important all-female shows.
  • Why Silicon Valley isn't collecting or investing in art.
  • Howard Rachofsky discusses his biggest missed buying opportunity regret.
  • Glafira Rosales avoids prison time from her Knoedler art fraud scheme case.
  • Previously stolen painitngs to return to Van Gogh Museum after visiting National Museum of Capodimonte.
  • Peter and Paula Lunder donate over $100mil. worth of art (and cash) to The Colby College Museum of Art.
  • The Art Newspaper looks at Centre Pompidou on its 40th anniversary.
  • Rebel, Jester, Mystic, Poet: Contemporary Persians Iranian art exhibition opens at Aga Khan Museum.
  • Tate Modern to stage exhibition focused on Picasso’s affair with Marie-Thérèse Walter.
  • The Uffizi Galleries in Florence will show more work by female artists starting this spring.
  • Saâdane Afif’s The Fountain Archives, about Duchamp's Fountain, opens at the Centre Pompidou.
  • Christian Viveros-Fauné discusses General Idea's show at Museo Jumex.
  • Philadelphia childhood home of Grace Kelly will be turned into museum by her son, Prince Albert of Monaco.
  • Participants in The Museum at FIT’s Black Fashion Designers discuss race, representation, and the industry.
  • The Watts Gallery Trust authorizes a cast of a George Frederick Watts sculpture for London.
  • Egill Sæbjörnsson include two fictional trolls in his exhibition in Iceland’s pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s David Schrader will become Sotheby’s head of contemporary-art private sales in NY.
  • Sotheby’s promotes Adam Chinn to Chief Operating Officer
  • NADA adds galleries to its roster, appoints new members to its board, and elects new executive committee.
  • The Horts' picks of their favorite works from ALAC 2017.
  • Stefan Benchoam's chooses his favorite works from the Material Art Fair. Jose Dávila makes some picks. Eduardo Sarabia gets in on the action as well.
  • The India Art Fair opens under a new ownership deal with MCH Group.
  • Saatchi Gallery opens new space called SALON, with a show in collaboration with Lévy Gorvy. Charles Saatchi sells off 100 works of art to keep free admission to his gallery.
  • Financial Times looks at how you monetize experiential art.
  • Thaddaeus Ropac discusses flipping and its impact on the art market.
  • Vito Schnabel Gallery hosts Bob Colacello's first curated art show. Vanity Fair interviews Colacello.
  • Do Ho Suh creates memorial to his former New York home and studio via rubbings all around the apartment.
  • A look at David Hockney's prints.
  • New video documentary on Gerhard Richter.
  • Jori Finkel interviews Tala Madani.
  • Anri Sala converts abandoned house on island of Teshima, off coast of Japan, into a large-scale installation.
  • Artillery visits Brendan Fowler's show at Richard Telles.
  • Dazed interviews Ed Atkins.
  • Elmgreen & Dragset talk about collaboration during the age of the selfie.
  • Awol Erizku's photographs of Beyonce help announce her pregnancy.
  • David Hockney creates new logo for The Sun.
  • Profile of Michel Sapone, who was the tailor for Picasso and other important artists.
  • Catherine G. Wagley reviews Pierre Bismuth's film, Where Is Rocky II?about Ed Ruscha's rock sculpture.
  • André Saraiva opens a new bar in Silver Lake with two partners.
  • Malia Obama visits the Kerry James Marshall show at Met Breuer.

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