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More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information):
  • H&M files lawsuit against graffiti artist Jason “Revok” Williams, then apologizes.
  • Is H&M’s graffiti scandal apology too little too late?
  • Why that story about H&M stealing graffiti isn’t so simple.
  • Street artists in the US have more rights than they thought. How now, they'll be taken more seriously.
  • The most promising Spring museum shows and biennials around the world.
  • New exhibition focuses on KAWS-style customizations.
  • Dealer Johann König on why art galleries need smart branding.
  • Web traffic is the new foot traffic: Why galleries are investing big to chase digital natives.
  • To boost the market, Germany may restore tax breaks on art sales—not everyone is convinced.
  • George Lucas’s new museum breaks ground in Los Angeles.
  • Climate protest prompts partial evacuation at Louvre.
  • Tips for artists on how to talk about their art.
  • Here's the artist behind the Public Enemy x UNDERCOVER x Supreme artwork.
  • Cooper Union plans to bring back free tuition, marking historic pivot.
  • Wendy’s guide to art grad school.
  • Why artists are allowed to copy masterpieces from the world’s most prestigious museums.
  • How POW!WOW! Hawaii revived a forgotten neighborhood in Honolulu.
  • Is Brazil’s most famous art movement built on racial inequality? New generation argues ‘Yes’.
  • Looking to Cuba’s past to fabricate tomorrow’s utopia.
  • Parisian Gallery Perrotin to open new space in Shanghai.
  • Los Angeles’s Park View/Paul Soto Gallery will open Brussels space.
  • French collector and designer Hubert de Givenchy dies at 91.
  • British Collector David Roberts picks new director and puts his planned move to the countryside on hold.
  • The Artsy Podcast, No. 73: Miami mega-collector Jorge Pérez on why Cuban art matters.
  • The Art Market grew to $63.7 billion in 2017, and other key takeaways from Art Basel report.
  • Global art market grows for the first time in two years, according to Art Basel report.
  • Has the Great Depression struck galleries? Kenny Schachter ventures among the art hobos at Armory Week.
  • Why fewer galleries are opening today than 10 years ago.
  • MOCA fires Helen Molesworth, its chief curator, but many are shocked.
  • Leonardo DiCaprio scoops up a Jean-Pierre Roy painting for $38,000, adding to his many works.
  • Creating the works himself for the first time in a long time—Damien Hirst’s ”The Veil Paintings" at Gagosian.
  • Ethel Stein, who created intricate textile art, dies at 100.
  • Judy Chicago & Miriam Schapiro’s feminist Installation ‘Womanhouse’ gets a tribute in DC.
  • Mike Lee presents the female empowerment aeries "Besties" at Arsham/Fieg Gallery.
  • The NRA used Anish Kapoor’s most famous work in a political ad. Now the artist is blasting back.
  • How Jeff Koons sold out – and why his jumbo tulips don’t belong in Paris.
  • ‘Trump Kills Teens’: Artist Paul Chan & Badlands Unlimited mint signs for gun protests.
  • Shepard Fairey's studio creates national school walkout posters in protest of gun violence.
  • Want to get rich quick? Fresh from the London auctions, Kenny Schachter explains how to game the system.
  • Nicole Eisenman’s ‘Dark Light’ at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects.
  • A look inside Joshua Vides' "Reality to Idea" exhibition in LA at The Seventh Letter.
  • Frank Gehry tapped for Colburn School expansion in downtown Los Angeles.
  • Sculptor Kazuhiro Tsuji wins Oscar for his day job - hair & makeup for movies. The first Asian to do so.
  • How to be an artist, according to Georgia O’Keeffe.

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