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More stories from the week that ended April 16 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Artnet covers Secundino Hernández's Paso show at Victoria Miro.
  • RIP: James Jenson, who passed away at the age of 67.
  • Iranian-American gallerists accused of attempting to overthrow Iranian government set to go to trial.
  • FBI warns that there could be hundreds more fake postwar paintings by Eric Spoutz in the market.
  • Handyman Daniel Pressland jailed for stealing £500k worth of artwork from Alan Davie following his death.
  • Steve Tobin sues Trinity Church Parish for $1.2mil. over the church’s removal of the artist's sculpture.
  • Eran Neuman, newly appointed director of the Israel Museum, backs out after only two months.
  • Pawel Machcewicz dismissed from role as director of Second World War Museum in Gdansk.
  • Art market sticking to proven "brands" in an era of uncertainty.
  • ArtHamptons cancels the 2017 of the fair.
  • Bill de Blasio defends Fearless Girl sculpture and labels Charging Bull artist as sexist.
  • Linda Yablonsky remembers her friend Glenn O'Brien.
  • 11 House Republicans declare support for the NEA, opposing Trump's effort to cut funding.
  • Hilma af Klint museum on hold because of a dispute between the artist’s descendants and project’s organizers.
  • Peter Lindbergh hates selfies and Photoshop.
  • Frank Fertitta settles lawsuit against the Swiss art historian Oliver Wick out of court.
  • Lynn Goldsmith plans to bring counterclaims over Warhol copyright lawsuit regarding photograph of Prince.
  • FBI poster seeking help in finding stolen Warhols looks like a Warhol.
  • Germany sets aside funds to investigate mass plunder of works of art by Stasi in Cold War era.
  • A estimate of how many dead animals have been involved in Damien Hirst's artwork.
  • Berlin Wall getting its own barrier to protect it from tourists and thieves.
  • Banksy's identity revealed and also it is speculated that Banksy is a group consisting of four artists.
  • Mamdouh el-Damaty declares most artifacts from Egypt exported legally and should stay where they are.
  • Robert Ryman donates collection of 21 works to Dia:Beacon.
  • Städel Museum offers free online course on Modern art.
  • Bruce Nauman’s sound installation Raw Materials returns to Tate Modern.
  • Artinfo looks at the Cy Twombly retrospective at the Centre Pompidou.
  • Information on Jasper Johns retrospective at Royal Academy.
  • Artnet visits Hannah Black's OR LIFE OR (2017) performance at MoMA PS1.
  • London's National Gallery tries to buy £11mil. Bellotto after failing to buy Pontormo.
  • A look at Jonas Wood’s Still Life with Two Owls mural at MOCA.
  • British Museum creates digital 3D model of 3,500-year-old statue of Idrimi.
  • William Kentridge sets up the Centre for the Less Good Idea arts foundation near his studio in Johannesburg.
  • Hili Perlson reviews documenta 14.
  • The forces driving the growing demand for African art.
  • Christie's training on how to become an auctioneer.
  • Jeffrey Deitch returning to Los Angeles with a new 15,000 square-foot gallery in Hollywood.
  • Art Cologne in discussions with abc art berlin contemporary to establish a new fair called Art Berlin.
  • Artsy's sales report from the Dallas Art Fair.
  • Frieze New York 2017 will host a special curated section called Frame, focusing on experimentation. Spotlight section at the fair will have an art historical context. Focus provides subsidized spaces for younger galleries.
  • Hauser & Wirth hiring NY Times writer Randy Kennedy. Artnet interviews him about the new position.
  • Carriage Trade opening a Lower East Side, NY location after two years away.
  • Financial Times interviews Mohammed Afkhami about how he built his art collection.
  • NY Times interviews Patsy Tarr about her collection.
  • Art News has images of Jamian Juliano-Villani's Dear Tony at Massimo De Carlo, Milan.
  • Awol Erizku opening a anti-Trump show.
  • Hilton Als wins the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism.
  • Artinfo looks at Keltie Ferris's exhibition of body prints at Mitchell-Innes & Nash.
  • Wolfgang Tillmans speaks about his wife with HIV and how HIV has affected him.
  • Sarah Lucas in the Easter mood in Berlin this weekend.
  • Carolee Schneemann wins the Venice Biennale’s Golden Lion award for lifetime achievement.
  • Artnet looks at the Burden documentary about Chris Burden.
  • Hebru Brantley redesigns all 30 NBA team logos.
  • Artspace looks at what artists spend their money on.
  • Donald Judd furniture soon to be available for purchase in webstore.
  • Yves Spinelli and Dwyer Kilcollin's Spinelli Kilcollin jewelry brand launches a wedding line.
  • Jeff Koons collaborates with Louis Vuitton on new products. Social media doesn't seem to be kind to the partnership.
  • Urban Decay launches Basquiat collection.
  • Details on Shia LaBeouf, Nastja Säde Rönkkö, and Luke Turner's next project.
  • Kanye West teams up with Jacob “the Jeweler” to create jewelry inspired by Florentine art from 14th century.

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