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Shephard Fairey Public Art

More stories from the week ended July 28:
  • Shepard Fairey full-wrapped buses courtesy of L.A. Fund unveiled in Los Angeles.
  • RIP: Walter De Maria, who died of a stroke at age 77.
  • RIP: Ronnie Cutrone, who died at the age of 65.
  • What happened during MOCA's board meeting in which Jeffrey Deitch resigned.
  • Christopher Knight guests on Air Talk, discussing the Deitch resignation.
  • William Poundstone provides the local perspective on why Deitch did not work out in LA.
  • A look at what Deitch may be up to when he moves back to NY.
  • Nazi paraphernalia stolen from off-site storage unit belonging to Wyoming Veterans' Memorial Museum.
  • Men indicted for growing marijuana on Frontier Culture Museum property.
  • The head of security at the Victoria and Albert Museum fears for the institutions collection of Chinese art.
  • Investigators from Spain discover 4,000 looted antiquities and more after searching man's homes.
  • Banksy's No Ball Games mural removed from Tottenham wall to be sold.
  • Steven Cohen, one of the art world's biggest spenders, gets officially charged by the SEC.
  • House committee proposes funding cuts for NEA (about 50%) and other arts groups.
  • Art teacher Serena O'Connor paints portrait of man suspected of robbing her.
  • Michael Smith to convert eatery in White House into art gallery for the Obamas.
  • Maurice and Paul Marciano buys Scottish Rite Masonic Temple building and will turn it into private museum.
  • Tobias Architecture's design for the new Michael Kohn Gallery on Highland Avenue in Hollywood.
  • François Pinault to have first exhibition in Paris of a major ensemble of works from his collection.
  • Arts and culture scene in Cleveland thriving at the moment.
  • Aslan Foundation gives the Knoxville Museum of Art $2.5 million gift.
  • The National Gallery of Art has acquired some new artwork, including by Smithson and Mann.
  • Reina Sofia museum uses robot to inspect artwork using infrared and ultraviolet photography.
  • D. James Dee gifting his analog archive of film images to ARTStor, which will digitize and catalog his images.
  • Qataris believed to have a budget of $1 billion a year to spend on art.
  • $75,000 NEA grant will help artists remain in gentrifying downtown arts district of L.A.
  • Christie's contacts DIA for an inventory of works and see if appraisers could visit to assess the collection.
  • Peter Schjeldahl makes the case in support of Detroit selling pieces from DIA collection.
  • Hrag Vartanian thinks that Peter Schjeldahl should be fired from his job.
  • Peter Schjeldahl reconsiders his opinion on DIA selling its artwork.
  • Disney animators use Kickstarter to fund Art Story, about a boy & his dad getting stuck in famous paintings.
  • The Telegraph takes a look at the world's most beautiful miniature books.
  • Florentijn Hofman gives people of Beijing duck fever.
  • Katharina Fritsch tries to give people of London cock fever.
  • Matthew Barney’s River of Fundament, in the works since 2007, to have its debut in 2014 at Park Ave Armory.
  • Amanda Ross-Ho transforms MCA Chicago's plaza into a photo studio & invites viewers to share their pics.
  • The Kansas City Star reviews Lucien Smith's Scrap Metal show at Bill Brady/KC
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum to exhibit work by Sophie Calle inspired by the infamous theft there.
  • A look at Amy Arbus and her Greenwich Village apartment.
  • Images from Chloë Bass’s 2011 series Practice of the Daily, shown for the first time as a complete set.
  • Martin Wong interviews Robert Williams.
  • Of Us interviews Calvin Lee about his artwork and being in LA.
  • The LA Times talks to Eric Fischl.
  • Elizabeth Sobieski interviews Paul McCarthy's muse Elyse Poppers.

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