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More stories from the week that ended May 4 (click on the bolded words for more information):
  • WSJ looks at a day in the life with Dan Colen as he prepares for this Brant Foundation show.
  • At least 20 are killed in Syria after the finishing touches were put on children's art exhibition.
  • Ai Weiwei removed from Shanghai show about history of Chinese contemporary art due to governmental pressure. The artist also denounces sci-fi Kickstarter film that used his name and image to promote the movie.
  • Helly Nahmad sentenced to one year in prison, a $30,000 fine, and must forfeit $6.4mil. Was his sale of the Raoul Dufy actually fraudulent?
  • California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to spend $1mil. to restore arts programing for prisoners.
  • Waddington’s pulls from sale child’s tunic featuring bullet hole in center of chest and a large stain of dried blood.
  • Perry Rubenstein speaks out about his bankruptcy and future plans in LA.
  • James Franco being sued. He is also going to show his nude paintings of Seth Rogen at Pace Gallery and OHWOW.
  • New arts plan for LA schools would drastically reduce established programs in many schools.
  • Michelangelo's statue of David at risk of collapsing under its own weight due to sculpture's "weak ankles".
  • Residents in Adrian, Mi mistake Mark Chatterley's sculpture about unity for a giant orgy sculpture.
  • The difficulties and challenges faced by the Whitney with its move.
  • James Jarvis discusses the end of AMOS, skateboarding, and toy design.
  • Vice has first look at new satanic monument being built for Oklahoma’s statehouse.
  • Horse finds second career as a painter after retiring from the racetrack.
  • Rome's Colosseum gets its first ever cleaning.
  • Scholars discover previously unknown portrait by Whistler hidden beneath a painting from 1862.
  • James Cuno on quest to push art historians into the digital age.
  • Campaign to raise £10mil for Van Dyck painting keeps the self-portrait in Britain.
  • Singapore selects Charles Lim for the 2015 Venice Biennale.
  • An abundance of public art coming to Qatar’s new airport, Hamad International.
  • Lollapalooza to have a giant art show, curated by Shepard Fairey.
  • LACMA acquires 10 artworks during its Collectors Committee 2014.
  • Louvre Abu Dhabi unveils some of its new collection in Paris.
  • Monuments Men Foundation donate photo album of looted Nazi art to National Archives.
  • Google Glass eyewear brand will be the lead sponsor of New Museum's 2015 Triennial.
  • China exceeds its goal in number of museums today, tallying a total of 4,000.
  • Katharina Fritsch’s cock on London’s Fourth Plinth to be replaced by Hans Haacke’s horse.
  • Sir Peter Blake unveils new mural artwork at Royal Albert Hall.
  • Bruce Nauman is 2014 winner of the Friedrich Kiesler prize for architecture and art.
  • Artspace's list of 5 Unusually Ambitious Global Curators to Watch in 2014.
  • Jonathan Jones' list of the top 10 artworks of the 20th century.
  • Artnet's list of The Top 12 Album Covers Designed by Famous Artists.
  • Artnet's list of 10 Exotic Art Pilgrimages To Take, To Dream Of, For Summer.
  • Art Everywhere wants you to vote for your favorite American art.
  • Lenore and Herbert Schorr to show some of their Basquiat works at Acquavella Galleries.
  • All about the upcoming May auctions and auction house guarantees.
  • Steve Lazarides curating a Banksy selling exhibition at Sotheby's.
  • One-Cent Magenta from British Guiana, the Mona Lisa of stamps, to sell at Sotheby's for $10-20mil.
  • Online art market accounted for estimated $1.6bil of transactions in '13  - up from $870mil in '12.
  • Steve Wynn explains why masterpieces go up in value while other works might suffer from bubbles.
  • An except from Don Thompson's new book about the art market.
  • Gap announces outdoor concept in partnership with Frieze New York and London.
  • Pulse Art Fair in Miami moves from downtown to spot along the beach.
  • Mark Flood discusses his Insider Art Fair.
  • Sean J Patrick Carney visits the Oscar Murillo show at David Zwirner Gallery.
  • Damien Hirst's Other Criteria opening first US store in NYC's Soho.
  • Billy Al Bengston’s show at Franklin Parrasch Gallery.
  • An interview with Alice Workman about Hauser & Wirth Somerset.
  • ExhibitionA interviews Javier Peres.
  • Ralph McQuarrie's original Star Wars concept art.
  • Norman Rockwell will be a category on an episode of Jeopardy! .
  • Kenny Scharf on his early experiences in New York.
  • Robert Longo discusses why he in interested in Abstract Expressionism and Moby-Dick.
  • An interview with AVAF's Eli Sudbrack.
  • Jay Shells puts up new location-specific rap lyric pieces around LA streets.
  • Vicki Sylvester talks about how it was to serve Andrew Wyeth at the restaurant he frequented.
  • Bloomberg writes about Oscar Murillo's Zwirner show.
  • Isabelle Alford-Lago releases new Ray print.
  • Jeremy Deller to give out unique artwork for free.
  • Khoi is now on Instagram: @kh.oi

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