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More stories from the week that ended May 14 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Heather Hart installation at Storm King Art Center turns a roof into a stage.
  • RIP: Jack Tilton (1951–2017).
  • The British Museum sees rise of pencil graffiti on its ancient sculptures, raising concerns about monitoring.
  • Jersey City residents criticize offensive murals commissioned by city and demands proper vetting process.
  • Questioning the Venice Biennale's nation-state design. Is the Venice Biennale too commercial?
  • Victor Ehikhamenor accuses Damien Hirst of copying well-known ancient Nigerian work, Head of Ife.
  • Pyotr Pavlensky granted political asylum in France.
  • The five biggest controversies in Venice Biennale history, according to Artnet.
  • Feuding daughters of Emily and Jerry Spiegel sell their inherited artworks at rival auction houses.
  • Newsweek covers the gentrification of Boyle Heights, CA, as it relates to art galleries.
  • Courtney Love travels to Venice to defend Damien Hirst.
  • New particle accelerator will help identify art forgeries relatively quickly.
  • Karen Mary Davalos explains why the time is now to support Chicano Art.
  • French art world pleased with Macron winning French presidency.
  • Ann Marie Nafziger elected mayor of Marfa, Texas.
  • Louvre Abu Dhabi to open in November, as construction is in final stages.
  • International Center of Photography hosting a major exhibition from Magnum's archives.
  • The Fader reviews Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s New Museum show.
  • Giacometti’s 1956 Venice Biennale sculptures reunited for first time in 60 years at Tate.
  • Artnet looks at Philip Guston show at the Gallerie dell’Accademia.
  • LA Times previews the Marciano Art Foundation museum.
  • The V-A-C Foundation’s new long-term Venice headquarters opens.
  • A look at the Victoria and Albert Museum's never-built tower.
  • The British Museum’s exhibition Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave opens later this month.
  • Artinfo reviews Glen Fogel's show at the SCAD Museum of Art.
  • Five curators look back on their Venice Biennale shows. Some art world figures' tips for the Venice Biennale. Some early peaks of the Biennale from Instagram. Artinfo's list of must-see pavilions. The Art Newspaper's picks of the Venice Biennale pavilions. The Art Newspaper on the Biennale giving older and lesser-known artists their due. Ben Davis' first images from the Biennale and his thoughts on the return of primitivism. Artnet's list of 5 triumphant national pavilions at the Venice Biennale. Audio installations and sound sculptures at the Biennale. Activisim is a prominent part of the agenda.
  • Anne Imhof wins the 2017 Venice Biennale’s Golden Lion award.
  • Artnet writes about Mark Bradford's U.S. Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
  • The Art Newspaper interviews Phyllida Barlow about her Venice Biennale British pavilion.
  • Artinfo interviews Carol Bove on her Giacometti-inspired pavilion in Venice.
  • Other shows and events in Venice during the Venice Biennale.
  • Christie's to offer Max Beckmann’s Bird’s Hell painting in London in June.
  • The Art Newspaper previews Christie’s Impressionist and Modern sale. It also previews the contemporary May sales.
  • Loic Gouzer named co-chairman of Christie’s Americas post-war and contemporary art department.
  • Artnet on What You Need to Know About New York’s Billion-Dollar Auction Week.
  • Original Disneyland concept art could fetch as much as $1mil. at Van Eaton Galleries auction.
  • Lisa Schiff discusses the market for Cindy Sherman's work.
  • Who is buying Damien Hirst's new work?
  • Kenny Schachter on art fair wars and Art Cologne and Frieze NY.
  • Artnet's sales report from Frieze NY.
  • CNBC on how the art market still has room to soar.
  • Dazed interviews Larry Clark about his art collection.
  • Larry's List interviews Freddy Insinger about collecting at a young age.
  • Photographs of Ellsworth Kelly’s studio, just as he left it before he died.
  • W Magazine interviews Marilyn Minter.
  • Jonathan Griffin interviews Mark Bradford.
  • Excerpt of an interview with Yayoi Kusama.
  • Jeff Koons returning to Rockefeller Center with inflated Seated Ballerina sculpture.
  • Andrew Russeth reviews Damien Hirst's shows in Venice. Scott Reyburn also writes about it, along with other Venice shows.
  • Andrea Fraser to reveal 2016 presidential campaign donations in project to be published in book.
  • Artinfo visits Walead Beshty's show at Petzel Gallery.
  • Artinfo interviews Jeanette Hayes.
  • Artnet interviews Michael Willaims about painting.
  • Artspace's list of 10 Artists to Watch this May.
  • The Economist reviews the Art Collecting Today book by Doug Woodham.
  • Wired on How Artists Engineer Their Work to Mess With Our Minds.
  • Damien Hirst - The Undersea Salvage Operation: Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable book out.
  • CalArts naked performance protest video goes viral.
  • Yujia Hu's art of shoe-shi.
  • dOGUMENTA is coming.

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