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More stories from the week that ended Aug 6 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Alex da Corte's Slow Graffiti at Vienna Secession.
  • RIP: Harold M. Williams, who passed away at the age of 89.
  • RIP: Concetto Pozzati, who passed away at the age of 81.
  • Israeli authorities arrest five Palestinian antiquities dealers in Jerusalem connected to Hobby Lobby scandal.
  • Skulptur Projekte Münster attracts repeat acts of thievery and vandalism.
  • Police arrest 67-year-old woman accused of stealing Basquiat painting (of questionable authenticity).
  • Anti-gentrification movement in Southern California spreads to South Los Angeles art spaces.
  • Rainer Ganahl's works removed by Surf Lodge due to customer complaints.
  • Questions about whether the land surrounding Michael Heizer’s City will stay protected.
  • Robert M. Rubin criticizes Jeff Koons for giving his Bouquet of Tulips to Paris, calling it a poisoned chalice.
  • The Met surrenders possibly looted ancient greek vase to the authorities for investigation.
  • Javier Pes to step down as editor of The Art Newspaper.
  • Stolen Guercino painting that was rolled inside a carpet will need a year of conservation.
  • Watermill Center Summer Benefit & Auction did not welcome Kanye West this year to its event.
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum director Anne Hawley to step down after 25 years.
  • Artnet profiles those that have closed their galleries and their next steps.
  • 80 National Academy members sign letter in support of Dana Schutz and ICA Boston.
  • Street art in Bulgarian village of Staro Zhelezare.
  • Uri Vaknin working to bring a art museum to downtown Las Vegas.
  • US's National Endowment for the Humanities awards $39mil. in grants in last round of funding for 2017.
  • Julie Mehretu executes commission for SFMoMA.
  • LACMA Art+Film Gala to honor Mark Bradford and George Lucas.
  • Wildenstein Platter Institute puts letters of Picasso’s dealer and Impressionist archives online.
  • Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art announces major Gerhard Richter retrospective.
  • Treasures on Trial exhibition at Winterthur Museum includes a fake Rothko painting from Knoedler.
  • Artspace visits Yayoi Kusama's five Infinity Rooms at the Seattle Art Museum.
  • The Philadelphia Museum of Art to exhibit Marcel Duchamp and the Fountain Scandal.
  •  Matisse in the Studio at the Royal Academy of Arts will exhibit Matisse's possessions.
  • The Drawing Center will host Eddie Martinez exhibition.
  • Bass Museum acquires Allora & Calzadilla petrol pump installation.
  • The 9 most audacious museum designs that were never built.
  • How Getty's Multicultural Internship Program is changing the face of arts leadership in L.A.
  • Jimmie Durham show curator Anne Ellegood discusses the complexities of his native identity and work.
  • Artnet interviews Philippe de Montebello.
  • Bill Sherman appointed director of Warburg Institute at the School of Advanced Study, University of London.
  • Budi Tek to be awarded France’s premier award, the Chevalier de l’Ordre national de la Légion d’honneur.
  • How to start having an amazing print collection.
  • Paul Walter’s collection to be sold by Christie's.
  • Sotheby’s increases private sales, but loses ground on auction sales in first half of 2017.
  • Graham Nash auctioning his Robert Crumb originals through Heritage Auctions.
  • Vanity Fair takes us inside the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation auction fundraiser.
  • Artspace shares 8 Highlights From the Seattle Art Fair 2017. Artnet covers the fair.
  • Contemporary Istanbul announces participating exhibitors and program.
  • NY Times writes about Mark Grotjahn and the market for his work. Jerry Saltz responds to the piece.
  • Tim Schneider's thoughts on deaccessioning, Philippe de Montebello, and the Artist Pension Trust controversy.
  • How artwork is now used to market and sell condos.
  • Marinaro Gallery will move to Chinatown from Lower East Side.
  • Sherrie Levine now represented by Xavier Hufkens.
  • Yusaku Maezawa buys Jenny Holzer work at Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation auction.
  • Jamian Juliano-Villani and Kara Walker's exhibitions currently on view in Hydra.
  • Cindy Sherman has been on Instagram and her account is now public.
  • LA Weekly writes about David Choe's The Choe Show.
  • Mitch Cairns wins $100k Archibald Prize for portraiture.
  • Sheila Hicks's Hop, Skip, Jump, and Fly: Escape From Gravity on the High Line.
  • Alex Chinneck's Six pins and half a dozen needles (2017) public work unveiled in UK.
  • Performa teams up with MIT scientists to find out if rapid 3-D printing can boost performance art.
  • Artsy looks at the greatest bromances in art history.
  • Ai Weiwei’s film Human Flow picked up by Amazon.
  • Brillo Box (3¢ Off) documentary comes to HBO.
  • Original works available by Cool "Disco" Dan.
  • New JR print with Laz Inc.
  • Ben Venom limited edition embroidered patch released.
  • Artware having a sale on art products.
  • Miley Cyrus wants to exhibit her artwork in a New York gallery.

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