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More stories from the week that ended Aug 27 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Banksy's Snorting Copper street work rediscovered and will be put on display again.
  • RIP: Karl Otto Götz, who passed away at the age of 103.
  • RIP: Masatoyo Kishi, who passed away at the age of 93.
  • Barcelona attack suspects were planning to bomb Sagrada Familia and other major monuments.
  • 12 art historians and scholars on the way forward after removal of Confederate monuments.
  • Arrest of theatre director Kirill Serebrennikov alarms Russian arts scene.
  • IFAR uncovers bizarre Jackson Pollock forgery scam.
  • Visitor to Centre for Fine Arts (Bozar) in Brussels steps on and damages Yves Klein work.
  • The lack of diversity on New York's cultural boards.
  • Yale University alters campus sculpture depicting violence against a Native American.
  • Works hanging in National Gallery are not insured due to cost of insurance.
  • Christopher Knight criticizes the Berkshire on its deaccessioning plans.
  • The Village Voice will no longer be in print.
  • Lawsuit brings up the question of whom is really creating Dale Chihuly's art.
  • KAWS Seated Companion figure stolen from Southampton shop.
  • documenta 14 cancels Auschwitz on the Beach performance amid intense criticism.
  • Derek Jeter can not remove Red Grooms sculpture from Miami Marlins Park because the county owns it.
  • Maurizio Cattelan's America to be removed from MoMA on Sept. 15. Where will the toilet go?
  • Spencer Finch creates color portrait of disappearing Spiral Jetty.
  • The challenges and concerns in selling a Frank Lloyd Wright house.
  • Conservators remove fungus and cobwebs from Gurlitt hoard.
  • Why contemporary art sales at auction have shrunk.
  • Petition to replace the Confederate monument in Portsmouth with statue of Missy Elliott.
  • Sotheby’s drops buyer’s premium on online-only auctions.
  • Holland Cotter makes the case to move Confederate statues, instead of destroying them.
  • New Andy Warhol book will include explosive details about his love life as well as his work.
  • Artnet looks at 11 women candidates who could run the Met.
  • Palestinian Museum opens after 15-month delay with show about Jerusalem.
  • Poster House, NYC's first art space dedicated entirely to posters will open in 2018.
  • Leah Dickerman to lead new content team at MoMA.
  • London's National Gallery buys painting by Bellotto for over £11mil.
  • Studio Museum in Harlem announces list of 19 artists to show this fall in Fictions show.
  • The Art Newspaper reviews Florine Stettheimer show at the Jewish Museum.
  • Free museum admission day announced for Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA on Sept 17.
  • Lewis Carroll’s portraits of the real Alice in Wonderland to go on show at the National Portrait Gallery.
  • Artnet's list of the 30 of the Most Important Museum Exhibitions to See Around the Globe This Season.
  • The Sobey Art Award shortlist dominated by women.
  • Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts announces $100k grant to Grand Central Art Center.
  • University of Arkansas establishes School of Art thanks to $120mil. gift from Walmart's family foundation.
  • Allegra Pesenti named associate director and senior curator of Grunwald Center, part of Hammer Museum.
  • 2017 Moscow Bienniale artist list announced.
  • Commercial galleries from Asia join major museum projects at Shanghai’s West Bund Cultural Corridor.
  • Sotheby’s to integrate contemporary Latin American art into its contemporary art sales in NY in fall.
  • John Constable painting originally thought of as fake is actually the real deal worth £2mil.
  • Art market continues its pursuit of the tech collectors.
  • The top-heavy nature of the art market.
  • 60,000 ceramic Dalí tiles purchased 40 years ago ready to hit the market.
  • 2017 NADA Miami Beach exhibitor list released.
  • Moniker Art Fair coming to NY in the spring.
  • Manhattan Rare Books offers set of Richard Corman's 66 original Polaroid photos of Madonna, taken in 1983.
  • Ben Davis asks if Slow Art is the next big art movement.
  • Françoise Gilot discusses painting and life with and after Picasso.
  • Cai Guo-Qiang's house, designed by Frank Gehry.
  • ARTNEWS Consumer Reports: Jamian Juliano-Villani.
  • Katharina Grosse commissioned by Carriageworks to create third Schwartz Carriageworks visual arts project.
  • Shepard Fairey will be on Henry Rollins' radio show on Sept 4.
  • Marilyn Minter photographs St. Vincent’s Annie Clark.
  • Artnet interviews Mike Mitchell about his anti-Trump logo.
  • Frieze remembers Chiara Fumai.
  • Artnet looks at Matthew Day Jackson-organized Observatories eclipse show in Wyoming.
  • The Art Newspaper looks back at a time when Spanish-language cinema flourished in Los Angeles.
  • Artnet shares 12 habits of highly effective artists.
  • Why contemporary artists like Shirin Neshat are flocking to the opera house.
  • The Art Newspaper reviews Redo an Eye, Roberta Bernstein's book about Jasper Johns.
  • Bernardaud to produce Yayoi Kusama tableware.
  • Bobby Hundreds releases free downloadable anti-hate, anti-Trump artwork.
  • Some of the artists behind Trump magazine covers.
  • Solange Knowles will perform in Marfa, Texas in front of Donald Judd installation.
  • How the art world commemorated the solar eclipse on social media.
  • Crowded cluster of security cameras at JFK airport makes people think Banksy.
  • Stefan Simchowitz has a small role in Darren Aronofsky’s new film.
  • Jerry Lewis's foray into photography.

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