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More stories from the week that ended April 30 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • RIP: Vito Acconci, who passed away at the age of 77. Jerry Saltz writes about the artist.
  • RIP: Chris Oh, who passed away at the age of 35.
  • RIP: Bill Fisher, who passed away at the age of 59.
  • Doubts over whether Berlin can afford a MoMA of its own.
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art considering charging a mandatory admission fee to tourists.
  • Tate criticized for soliciting donations from staff towards Nicholas Serota's going away gift of a boat.
  • Mark Bradford upset after claiming New York Times published photos of his work without permission.
  • The rise and fall and return of Banks Violette.
  • Lindsay Pollock steps down as editor-in-chief of Art in America magazine.
  • Art Cologne director Daniel Hug thinks that Art Basel’s expansion is a "form of colonialism".
  • Instagram censors Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts as the museum tries to get the images back up.
  • Scientists' theory suggests freak clouds may have been the inspiration behind Edvard Munch’s The Scream.
  • Nitsch performance in Tasmania using a slaughtered bull shall proceed despite petition.
  • Thaddaeus Ropac says that Brexit will not change anything for his gallery or the market. Artnet interviews the gallerist.
  • Conservators remove late Medieval maiolica statuette's replacement limbs ahead of Fitzwilliam show.
  • What Trump's plan to abolish estate tax mean for US collectors.
  • Tomás Saraceno’s Museo de Arte Moderno show includes largest spider web installation to ever be exhibited.
  • Kenneth Baker on the Dwan Gallery exhibition at LACMA.
  • Frances Stark's The Magic Flute  film premiering at LACMA.
  • William Poundstone explores the overlap in the collections of The Broad and Marciano Art Foundation.
  • High Museum of Art announces acquisition of 54 works of folk art from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation.
  • Autophoto at Foundation Cartier looks at photography's love of cars.
  • Albright-Knox Art Gallery receives the estate of Marisol.
  • A look at Brooklyn Museum’s We Wanted A Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 exhibition.
  • State Hermitage Museum to loan Scythian treasures for Treasures of the Scythians British Museum show.
  • New York Times profiles Mark Bradford and his Venice Biennale installation.
  • Berlin Biennale's all-start curatorial team.
  • Jean Pigozzi plans foundation to house his huge contemporary African art collection.
  • Robbie Antonio develops ambitious plan to bring prefabricated museums to the masses.
  • The Art Newspaper writes about Mamut 5 opening in Istanbul.
  • WestwoodWestwood reviews DesertX.
  • Sotheby’s to offer early figural painting by Egon Schiele, Danaë, in its Imp & Mod evening sale.
  • Sotheby’s to hold its first-ever contemporary African art sale in London.
  • Christie’s and Sotheby’s top Hiscox ranking of online artwork sales platforms.
  • Phillips to offer $10mi.+ Roy Lichtenstein Woman: Sunlight, Moonlight sculpture.
  • Preview of Bonhams’ The Modern House’ Sale in Los Angeles.
  • Bidding now open on Paddle8 for BOMB’s annual benefit auction.
  • The full list of participating artist in Art Basel's Art Unlimited.
  • Frieze New York will include work that responds to current events.
  • Barneby's thinks that Kaspar Sonne is the "next big thing".
  • Artnet covers Art Cologne. The Art Newspaper also looks at the fair.
  • Abalarte in Madrid could be auctioning an authentic early Velázquez painting.
  • Kenny Schachter's thoughts on Damien Hirst's Venice extravaganza.
  • Artnet looks at the total online art market.
  • Interview with Thaddaeus Ropac about his new gallery location in London.
  • Jonathan Demme's history of collecting Outsider Art.
  • Bert Kreuk writes a book about his various dealings in and disillusionment with the art market.
  • AFR Magazine profiles Danny Goldberg.
  • Larry's List interviews François Blanc.
  • Blurred Lines: Inside the Art World film documentary attempts to uncover the art market.
  • Hauser & Wirth now represents Geta Brătescu.
  • Chuck Close in conversation with Vija Celmins.
  • Jeff Beall maps the unsolved murders of LA's 1992 riots through his artwork.
  • Purple visits Agathe Snow in Mattituck, Long Island, NY.
  • Vogue interviews KAWS.
  • Natalie White on harnessing her sexuality for equal rights.
  • Interview with Jon Rafman.
  • Martin Parr, on his photography.
  • El Anatsui’s Benchmark prints on view at October Gallery.
  • ProjectArt's My Kid Could Do That exhibits works by major artists made when they were very young.
  • Artnet looks at 10 Contemporary Artists Taking Photography in New Directions.
  • Five memorable museums by I.M. Pei on occasion of his 100th birthday.
  • Red Bull’s CEO Dietrich Mateschitz's political interests and how it relates to art.
  • The week in art parties and social events.
  • The Miho Museum, designed by I.M. Pei, will host Louis Vuitton's next fashion show.
  • Damien Hirst gives a snooker fan a shark sketch at a match.
  • Pete Souza releases second book of photographs on Obama presidency.
  • Oliver Wasow's portraits of Donald Trump and his crew.
  • French presidential candidates Macron and Le Pen positions as it relates to the arts.

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