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More stories from the week that ended Dec 1 (click bolded words for more information):
  • RIP: Saul Leiter, who died at the age of 89. Tony Cenicola talks about Leiter. Teju Cole's postscript on Leiter.
  • Man falls to his death from the fourth floor railing at the Smithsonian National Museum.
  • Prius cars hit by hate graffiti (swastikas, n-word) in Pacific Palisades, CA.
  • Aboriginal art worth over $100,000 stolen from Coastal Peoples Fine Arts Gallery in Vancouver.
  • Juan Luis Garcia has some of his design work for Oldboy stolen and writes a open letter to Spike Lee.
  • Seven men sentenced by Greek court in connection with high-profile museum robbery in Olympia in 2012.
  • The rate of recovery and successful prosecution in cases of art theft is as low as 1.5%.
  • All the Frida Kahlo works in her show in Point Loma are fakes.
  • The latest accusations of plagiarism against Damien Hirst.
  • The Church of Vezzoli cancelled when artist tried to export items of artistic & cultural value w/o authorization.
  • Sicily’s regional government sets travel ban on 23 of the island’s most important artworks, citing inequity.
  • Charles Saatchi accuses Nigella Lawson of having a massive cocaine and pill problem.
  • Are Zaha Hadid's stadiums too expensive and too much like big vaginas?
  • The fate of some of Banksy's pieces from his NYC residency.
  • Kimbery Zamora organized artwalk events in downtown Merced to revitalize the area.
  • Art shown to make students smarter.
  • Revised artists resale rights bill coming to Washington in January.
  • Old and new authentication technologies collide in case of disputed Pollock painting.
  • Conservators discover a John Constable painting glued behind another Constable.
  • Maya Lin and Daniel Wolf to buy Yonkers jail and plan to turn it into studio, gallery and loft space.
  • Sprüth Magers to open Los Angeles gallery headed by Sarah Watson.
  • CalArts names new art studio building after John Baldessari. He was a professor there for two decades.
  • Crystal Bridges Museum president and curator traveling across the US doing studio visits.
  • All about the copyists that work in the Louvre.
  • Lynn Schusterman has given Museum of Fine Arts 119 Judaica objects.
  • Sultanate of Oman gives $1.8mil to The National Museum of African Art.
  • Jony Ive, Marc Newson And Bono lead Sotheby's (RED) Auction to a $12.9mil total sale.
  • A guide to giving art gifts this holiday season.
  • Design Exchange opens Kickstarter campaign to raise money for Pharrell Williams-curated project.
  • Thomas Kluge finishes painting of the Danish royal family after four years.
  • A look at Dakis Joannou's yacht Guilty, designed by Jeff Koons and Ivana Porfiri.
  • Pablo Picasso's influence on fashion.
  • Jerry Saltz on the Bound 2 video and the New Uncanny. He also shows us eight hidden treasures at MoMA.
  • A look at art world power couples.
  • The age at which artists and painters reach their peak in creativity.
  • Homeowners are commissioning street art and graffiti for inside their homes.
  • Bay Pslam Book from 1640 becomes world's most expensive printed book, selling for $14.2mil.
  • Eli Klein Gallery moves from Soho to Chelsea.
  • Roberta Smith reviews Jacob Kassay's latest exhibition.
  • Tracey Emin answers 23 Questions.
  • Interview with Alex Prager.
  • Ryan McNamara awarded Malcolm McLaren Award at Performa 13.
  • Rosemarie Trockel receives 2014 Roswitha Haftmann Prize. Special prize for Robert Frank.
  • Victor Man is Deutsche Bank's "Artist of the Year" 2014.
  • Walead Beshty now represented by Petzel.
  • Press release for David Ostrowski's Simon Lee Gallery show includes interview by Harmony Korine.
  • The Zervos Picasso catalog now available again in new revised edition.
  • Limited edition Raymond Pettibon vinyl picture disc available.
  • Hyperallergic asks: "What if Instagram were a part of art history"?
  • Kanye tells students at Harvard Graduate School of Design that everything needs to be architected.
  • Christopher Nolan on how Francis Bacon inspired his Dark Knight Batman trilogy.

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