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More stores from the week ended Aug 11:
  • Andy Warhol Bridge yarn bombed. (above photo by CBS Pittsburgh)
  • RIP: Ruth Asawa, first Asian American woman to receive recognition as a sculptor, dies at age 87 in SF.
  • RIP: Israel Hernandez, killed by Miami Beach police for putting up graffiti on abandoned building.
  • Experts investigating Rotterdam heist find burnt remains of at least three different oil paintings.
  • Two men rush stage, kiss, gropes Yan Yinhong during her performance about sexual violence against women.
  • Van Gogh specialists reaffirm opinion that his death was a suicide and not a murder.
  • Matthew James Schultz walks into gallery in Napa Valley and allegedly exposes himself and masturbates.
  • MOCA says that Jeff Koons exhibition is not canceled and could open in Los Angeles in 2015.
  • Four brothers from Ontario that purchased a painting from eBay believe that it is a authentic Edward Hopper.
  • Itzhak Zarug arrested in connection with international art forgery ring.
  • Tokyo man discovers Sotheby’s auctioned his Renoir that he claims was stolen in 2000.
  • Burglars steal jewelry and artwork worth more than $5mil, including prints by Monet and Pissarro from SD home.
  • Spain's austerity drive halts work on new Goya museum.
  • The Cleveland Museum of Art's new atrium skylight springs two small leaks.
  • Judge upholds Green Day’s right to use Dereck Seltzer’s image for concert, citing fair use.
  • Voyeuristic photos of New York family taken by Arne Svenson through their window is protected art, judge rules.
  • More than 350 Frida Kahlo photographs to be restored.
  • The Womb, Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne's gallery, reopens with party and new exhibit after being closed since 2011.
  • Christie's to appraise portion of Detroit Institute of Art museum collection amid city's bankruptcy.
  • DIA artwork could potentially be leased as collateral to raise money for a loan.
  • Olympic legacy murals painted by outside artists met with outrage by local London street artists.
  • Monroe Warshaw returns two Hopi sacred items to tribe after he purchased them at auction in Paris.
  • American tourist breaks finger off 600-year-old statue at Museo dell'Opera del Duomo by accident.
  • How Superstorm Sandy has affected art insurance.
  • Two Banksy street pieces have survived in Toronto since the artist visited and created seven.
  • The Telegraph reviews play Banksy: The Room in the Elephant at Pleasance Courtyard.
  • Richard Prince curates a show of Stuart Sutcliffe's paintings and drawings at Harper Books.
  • Amazon has launched a new online fine art store.
  • Theaster Gates gets $1.3 million contract to create two art pieces for the 95th Street Red Line station.
  • Marina Abramovic gets Lady Gaga to appear in her video. You can buy a hug from Abramovic for $1.
  • A look at how female artists have sold. Joan Mitchell is the best-selling of all time by auction revenue.
  • Mary Coble's Deferral performance piece at Corcoran takes on blood donation, gay rights.
  • A look at the artist studios of the past.
  • MoMA gets its very first Tumblr account
  • MoMA to have show of works from Ileana Sonnabend's collection.
  • All about CSA - Community Supported Art programs.
  • Hans Ulrich Obrist spends a productive full day in Los Angeles.
  • Business Week interviews David Zwirner.
  • Opening Ceremony visits Nate Lowman at his studio and interviews him.
  • Financial Times talks with Jeremy Deller over lunch.
  • Eko Nugroho creates some products for Louis Vuitton.
  • Tony Shafrazi causes a scene at restaurant by chewing out Owen Wilson in front of Peter Brant.

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