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More stories from the week that ended July 2 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Serpentine Galleries releases new Gerhard Richter edition, produced by HENI Productions.
  • RIP: Sylvia Hougland, who passed away at the age of 78.
  • RIP: Richard Benson, who passed away at the age of 74.
  • RIP: Paul Fitzgerald, who passed away at the age of 94.
  • Judge orders Salvador Dali's body to be exhumed for a paternity suit.
  • Two people have died looking for Forrest Fenn's buried treasure.
  • Native American artists from around US criticizing Jimmie Durham show at the Walker Art Center. He is labeled as a "fraud" and not Cherokee.
  • Group gathers outside of the Station Museum of Contemporary Art to protest Andres Serrano exhibition.
  • NY Times writes about the recent increase in gallery closures.
  • Financially-threatened Walsall gallery saved by Arts Council grant.
  • Julia Joern departs as a partner at David Zwirner Gallery due to health reasons.
  • Dafen’s long-term viability as the world's oil painting capital may be in jeopardy.
  • Illicit international art market in looted cultural artifacts may help finance terrorism.
  • William Powhida explores that political art can play in today's world.
  • CNN hires William J. Hennessy, Jr. to sketch White House press conference after cameras are banned.
  • Simon de Pury sues for £10mil. commission over sale of Gauguin painting.
  • Founder of Zurich’s Le Corbusier Museum sues culture minister for defamation.
  • Austrian court rules in favor of Franz West’s family in legal battle over estate.
  • Artists you may not have heard of that were in two of the three biggest exhibitions this year.
  • Brooklyn Beckham criticized for his book of photography.
  • Tim Schneider on Why the Internet Won’t Actually Change the Game for Unrepresented Artists.
  • The Louvre may soon be surpassed by the Met as the most popular museum in the world.
  • City of Chicago commissions $1mil. in public art in all 50 city wards this summer and fall.
  • Jerry Saltz writes about today's art world.
  • British Museum acquires photographs by artists documenting refugee crisis and Syrian civil war.
  • Public will finally be allowed to view Gurlitt trove for the first time, at the Bundeskunsthalle.
  • Getty Villa will display works chronologically, which will supersede themed galleries.
  • George Lucas’s $1.5bil. Museum of Narrative Art gets approval from LA City Council.
  • Ten Modigliani nude paintings to go on exhibition at Tate Modern later this year.
  • Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power exhibition coming soon to Tate Modern.
  • The Met's Talking Pictures: Camera-Phone Conversations Between Artists features works made using iPhone.
  • How much you can expect to make while working at a museum.
  • Arts Council England unveils first major grant program since Nicholas Serota took over as chairman.
  • Jeff Koons donates gazing ball work to SAIC to establish the Jeff Koons Scholarship Fund.
  • High Museum of Art acquires major work by Kara Walker.
  • Artnews creates a map of the curator universe.
  • The rise in popularity of music events and concerts in museums and galleries.
  • Bulk of V&A’s £50mil. museum expansion sponsored by four donors. The museum is hoping to lure creative types with the expansion.
  • Steve Cohen donates $50mil. to MoMA.
  • Palais de Tokyo picks 13 artists for satellite exhibition at EXPO Chicago.
  • François Pinault to convert former Paris stock exchange to major art museum designed by Tadao Ando.
  • Magazzino private museum opens on June 28 in New York.
  • Bangkok Art Biennal coming in 2018.
  • Dallas Museum of Art attempting to hold largest single gathering of people dressed as Frida Kahlo.
  • The Art Newspaper covers Christie's Impressionist and Modern sale in London. Colin Gleadell also analyzes the sale. Artinfo also takes a look.
  • The Art Newspaper covers Sotheby’s post-war contemporary art sale. Colin Gleadell reports on the sale as well.
  • Colin Gleadell provides an overall analysis of the June auction sales. Anny Shaw also writes about the sales.
  • Sotheby's to hold sale of Edward Albee’s art collection, which will benefit his foundation.
  • Van Ham to auction off Auctionata's remaining inventory.
  • Ludlow Racecourse to auction Hitler's paintings.
  • Houston MFA buys MoMA's $6mil. Léger mantlepiece from Gmurzynska at Art Basel.
  • UTA's Fine Arts division to exhibit Kurt Cobain paintings at Seattle Art Fair.
  • Exhibitor list for Vienna Contemporary released.
  • The Art Newspaper preview the eighth edition of Masterpiece art fair. Artnet highlights some works.
  • A look at the financial returns on art versus the return on financial assets.
  • Financial Times looks at how art galleries are exploring new models of exhibiting.
  • Dem Passwords goes to the Ojai Valley in California.
  • Artspace interviews Morgan Mandalay about SPF15.
  • Artnet writes about the Condo art initiative.
  • Does Basquiat's auction prices affect how his work is viewed?
  • Alexander Gray Associates now represents Valeska Soares.
  • Jean Pigozzi's $19mil. NY apartment hits the market.
  • Ed Templeton in pictures in The Guardian.
  • Aman Mojadidi rewires phone booths in Times Square to tell the tales of immigrants.
  • Anselm Kiefer's walk around New York.
  • Chelsea Manning to exhibit collaborative works at Fridman Gallery.
  • How Queering Contemporary Asian American Art is changing the way we see art.
  • Ai Weiwei Drifting documentary follows Ai Weiwei for a year. Chelsea Manning meets Ai Weiwei.
  • Daniel H. Weiss writing a book.
  • Artnet's list of books to read during summer.
  • Bubbles, the chimp, to have an exhibition of paintings.

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