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More stories from the week that ended Oct 1 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Images and information for Cheyenne Julien's Homegrown exhibition now up on Smart Objects site.
  • RIP: Jim Walrod (1968 - 2017).
  • RIP: Marian Horosko, who passed away at the age of 92.
  • RIP: Valton Tyler, who passed away at the age of 73.
  • RIP: Carolus Enckell (1945–2017).
  • Ghost Ship warehouse owner Chor Ng receives $3mil. insurance payout from deadly fire.
  • Puerto Rican art spaces, like everyone else on the island, significantly affected by hurricanes.
  • Guggenheim withdraws three works featuring live animals from its China exhibition due to threats. How four exhibitions included  art with animals without facing protests.
  • Vandals attack and spray a swastika on Nicole Eisenman's Sculpture Projects Münster installation.
  • Harry Blain sued by fromer Sedition business partners for £500k.
  • Activists occupy Berlin's Volksbühne theater, resisting city's gentrification, and protesting investors.
  • Ben Davis explains Why the Guggenheim’s Controversial Dog Video Is Even More Disturbing Than You Think.
  • The coming congressional attack on the US's Antiquities Act of 1906.
  • Deborah de Robertis to face trial for exposing herself in front of the Mona Lisa.
  • Vito Schnabel arrested and charged with distribution and manufacture of shrooms at Burning Man.
  • Police storm Volksbühne Theater in Berlin to remove From Dust to Glitter art collective.
  • Manhattan District Attorney says antiquity seized from the Met should be returned to Lebanon.
  • Linda Macklowe accused of lowballing value of her art collection in order to get more money in divorce.
  • The death of the Pier 55 project in Hudson River Park.
  • The art world reacts to Germany’s alarming election results and rise of AfD.
  • Jean Nouvel defends treatment of workers at Louvre Abu Dhabi.
  • Artists Against the Immigration Ban send posters in response to President Donald Trump’s immigration ban.
  • Japanese court rules that tattoos are not art.
  • Rubens' Duke of Buckingham rediscovered and restored after "missing" for 400 years.
  • How a street mural in LA set a precedent for the California Art Preservation Act.
  • Case of Matisse’s heirs claiming two cut-outs worth $4.5mil. may be decided soon.
  • David Hockney says that losing his hearing helped to improve his art.
  • Gavin Brown’s Enterprise hosts fundraiser for Puerto Rico, organized By Rirkrit Tiravanija.
  • Saudi artists speak out over new law giving women the right to drive.
  • Observers believe that Beirut’s art scene is in the midst of a reawakening.
  • Nude sketch may be preparatory study for Mona Lisa painting.
  • The opening of the Zeitz Museum.
  • New York Times writes about Yayoi Kusama's museum in Tokyo.
  • Universal Hip-Hop Museum to open in the Bronx.
  • Thelma Golden’s missiom for the Studio Museum. She reveals renderings of the museum's David Adjaye-designed future space.
  • Colin Kaepernick's jersey to hang in MoMA.
  • Marilyn Minter and Andrianna Campbell's "Anger Management" at the Brooklyn Museum.
  • V&A and Royal Opera House to bring opera to the masses.
  • Pompeii to build contemporary art collection as artists invited to create works using archaeological fragments.
  • Canada inaugurates first national Holocaust memorial in Ottawa.
  • Obama Foundation Fellowship seeking applicants for fellowship opportunities.
  • Italy launching new Caravaggio research institute with support from Fendi.
  • Museums move into Moscow's huge Soviet-era fairground at VDNH.
  • Agnes Gund donates major works to the Cleveland Museum of Art.
  • Akron Art Museum receives $8mil. grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
  • Jerry Yang pledges $25mil. to the Asian Art Museum.
  • Cheryl and Haim Saban pledge $50mil. to Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.
  • Augustus Casely-Hayford is the new director of the National Museum of African Art.
  • Kathy Halbreich to become director of Rauschenberg Foundation.
  • Artnet interviews the Guggenheim’s Alexandra Munroe.
  • Andrew Russeth writes about the summer's shows in Venice, Athens, Kassel, Münster, and Marl.
  • The Art Newspaper looks at the Turner Prize show. Artnet also reviews the show.
  • 7 well-known artists speak about their favorite works at the Met.
  • Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo to launch Madrid foundation to show her art collection.
  • Yoko Ono selling her Basquiat painting at Sotheby's auction.
  • Sotheby's to auction Diamonstein-Spielvogel collection, which focuses on works on paper.
  • MCA Chicago and Nasher Museum of Art are the inaugural winners of the Sotheby’s Prize.
  • Breakfast at Tiffany’s script sold at Christie’s for $847k goes to Tiffany's.
  • South China Morning Post writes about Christie's sale in Shanghai.
  • Spring/Break Art Show's upcoming theme is Stranger Comes to Town.
  • Tim Schneider writes about art fair alternatives.
  • Susannah Rosenstock on what to do in Toronto during Art Toronto.
  • A look at the current market for Pat Steir's work.
  • Bill Powers staging one-night only shows at Café Henrie.
  • £100k Freelands Award championing female artists goes to Lis Rhodes at Nottingham Contemporary.
  • Collectors living with difficult to present and maintain artwork.
  • Claes Oldenburg to exhibit first show of new works in 12 years.
  • Artnet profiles Roselyn Drexler.
  • Interview with Robert Longo.
  • Basquiat's relationship with music.
  • Race issues in the figurative paintings of Jordan Casteel and Celeste Dupuy-Spencer.
  • Artnet interviews Matthew Brannon about his Vietnam series.
  • Shelley Holcomb featured and interested in Posture Magazine.
  • W Magazine interviews Takashi Murakami.
  • Richard Prince's new work at Galerie Max Hetzler.
  • Gucci interviews Coco Capitán about her work with Gucci.
  • How Rodney Graham helped Akris find inspiration for its latest collection.
  • Profile of George Gittoes, who has been painting portraits of Julian Assange.
  • 20 public art shows coming to New York this fall.
  • 12 everyday things that began as artworks.
  • Artnet lists 12 influencers to follow on Instagram.
  • How two directors, 125 artists, and Van Gogh fans made Loving Vincent the world’s first painted feature film.
  • Artnet looks at Jim Carrey's artwork.
  • Floyd Mayweather reveals 8-foot portraits of himself and of Conor McGregor in his Beverly Hills mansion.

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