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More stories from the week that ended April 2 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • RIP: James Rosenquist, who passed away at the age of 83.
  • RIP: Yevgeny Yevtushenk, who passed away at the age of 84.
  • RIP: Julian Stanczak, who passed away at the age of 88.
  • RIP: Gilbert Baker, who passed away at the age of 65.
  • RIP: Robin O'Hara, who passed away at the age of 62.
  • RIP: Beau Dick, who passed away at the age of 61.
  • RIP: Daria Deshuk, who passed away at the age of 60.
  • RIP: Todd Marrone, who passed away at the age of 39.
  • Bennet von Vertes claims insanity due to cocaine, K, pills, and alcohol when he murdered Alex Morgan.
  • Perry Rubenstein pleads no contest to grand theft and will serve 180 days in jail and pay restitution.
  • Mikhail Novikov, Hermitage deputy director, suspected of fraud in connection with construction projects.
  • Thomas Krens thinks that Guggenheim Abu Dhabi should be postponed or downsized.
  • Artists clash with Beijing police over demolition of studios belonging to Shen Jingdong and Cao Zhiwen.
  • Whoopi Goldberg weighs in on Dana Schutz Emmett Till painting controversy, criticizing Hannah Black. Coco Fusco thinks that it is censorship, and not the painting, that needs to go. Roberta Smith wonders if paintings that infuriate should be removed. Rogue Critz has a response to Roberta Smith, written in the style of Jerry Saltz. David Walsh also comments on Roberta Smith's piece. Adam Shatz weighs in on the controversy. The Weekly Standard also responds. Artcritical has comments from a variety of figures on the topic. George Baker on painting, critique, and empathy in the debate. Klaus Speidel centers the controversy around the painting as a symptom of an art world malady. Christopher Benson wonders what Emmett Till's mother would have thought of the painting. Christian Viveros-Fauné wonders What happens when the identity politics of the Left meet up with the racial isolation of the Right. Mary Wakefield looks at the work through the context of cultural appropriation. Bill Maxwell defends controversial artwork, such as this one. Antwaun Sargent discusses the painting and issues surrounding it on The Brian Lehrer Show. Hyperallergic thinks that The Whitney Biennial Reminds Us America Is Not Post-Race. Al Jazeera looks at the painting as it relates to abstracting black experiences of violence.
  • Why Greece is not welcoming documenta 14 with open arms.
  • Thieves steal 100kg Big Maple Leaf giant gold coin worth €3.7mil from Berlin’s Bode Museum.
  • Christie’s cancels its June postwar and contemporary art auctions in London.
  • Birkenstock CEO Oliver Reichert sues Ida Ekblad after she used image from ad with his 6-year old daughter.
  • Mexico City Metro installs "penis seat" on train in an effort to help curb sexual assault on women.
  • Anish Kapoor, who opposes Brexit, speaks out on Theresa May invoking Article 50. His art will not contain political messages.
  • Koenig & Clinton gallery explains why it is leaving Chelsea for Brooklyn.
  • Frieze explores how important art is as a form of protest.
  • French court rules that artist's resale rights must be paid by sellers.
  • Kristen Visbal's The Fearless Girl statue on Wall Street has run extended and will remain on view through 2018. Charging Bull defender attacks the work on copyright ground. Art Law Report disputes the allegation of copyright infringement.
  • Christo’s Floating Piers on Lake Iseo was the world’s most-visited work of art last year and other visitor figures.
  • The Art Newspaper’s annual surveys reveal that contemporary art dominates US museums.
  • The Musée Camille Claudel opens in the artist's former family home in Nogent-sur-Seine.
  • New York’s Public Art Fund commissions Ai Weiwei to install site-specific fences in multiple locations.
  • Warsaw MoMA's inaugural show in temporary home, Museum on the Vistula, is about modern takes on the mermaid.
  • Details emerge about Damien Hirst’s Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana shows.
  • The Arts Newspaper interviews Abdulnasser Gharem about his LACMA show.
  • Tate St Ives offers first glimpse of £20mil. refurbishment and will reopen in Oct.
  • Thomas Campbell discusses the Met's greatly expanded global role during show in China.
  • Hannah Black to perform at MoMA PS1 on April 9.
  • Andrew Goldstein has a Q&A with Christopher Lew about the Whitney Biennial.
  • The Art Newspaper interviews Christine Tohmé about the Sharjah Biennial.
  • Frieze reviews the 1st Garage Triennial at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • Kathmandu Triennale, curated by Philippe Van Cauteren, opens amid slow tourist season in Nepal.
  • Artnet's list of Nordic Biennials You Shouldn’t Miss This Year.
  • Artnet's list of 25 Museum Exhibitions to See in the US This Spring.
  • Joe Bradley to exhibit sculptures at Château de Boisgeloup - Picasso's private home in French countryside.
  • Legendary Pablo Picasso Femme assise, robe bleue painting to be offered by Christie's.
  • Old Masters and Impressionist art from Stillman Collection to be auctioned at Christie’s.
  • Some fresh-to-market works offered by Christie's.
  • Quartz examines the issues surrounding an Andy Warhol Mao painting being sold at Sotheby's in Hong Kong.
  • Abbey Road Studios' EMI TG12345 MK IV recording console sells at Bonham's for $1,807,500.
  • Chelsea Hotel manager Stanley Bard’s art collection goes up for auction at Freeman's.
  • Swiss collector who spent $75k on four paintings by Indian moderniss gets over $2.3mil. for them at auction.
  • Artnet's list of 10 Remarkable Photographers to Discover at This Year’s AIPAD Fair.
  • Artnet's list of 4 Things You Can’t Afford to Miss at miart 2017.
  • Christie's list of 10 commandments for new collectors.
  • Kenny Schachter's adventures in the Far East during Art Basel Hong Kong. He also answers the question of whether art can still be fun.
  • Enid Tsui discusses buying art at the very top price levels.
  • Brian Boucher interviews Eva Presenhuber about her move to New York.
  • Michael Slenske writes about galleries in the midwest of the US.
  • Stefan Simchowitz's guide to Los Angeles.
  • A look at Hallmark's corporate art collection.
  • Architectural Digest profiles Jennifer Guidi.
  • Kerry James Marshall featured and interviewed on NPR.
  • Christopher Knight reviews Mary Weatherford's show at David Kordansky Gallery.
  • Them Jeans interviews Devin Troy Strother on The New Rules podcast.
  • Nicole He programs a computer to instruct her on what artwork she should make.
  • Cerith Wyn Evans's installation for this year's Tate Britain Commission.
  • Bomb Magazine profiles Fred Eversley.
  • Christopher Hawthorne reviews Doug Aitken's Mirage installation.
  • The Art Newspaper interviews Piers Secunda about his work made out of Isis bullet holes.
  • Anj Smith in conversation with William Feaver.
  • Gary Indiana's thoughts on some recent events.
  • Frieze reviews Sascha Braunig's show at Foxy Production.
  • Artists over 50 will now be eligible for the Turner Prize.
  • Artspace looks at three obscure art movements: Yōga Painting, Nabis, and Juste Milieu.
  • Artnet looks at different things that equal the NEA budget.
  • The Hepworth Wakefield offers limited edition sculpture by Anthea Hamilton.
  • Sarah Cascone looks at Vantablack.
  • Steven Holl looks at the future of architecture.
  • Artnet has some questions about the next wave of emojis.
  • Elon Musk's new artwork.

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