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More stories from the week that ended July 20 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Profile of The Mistake Room and a look at Korakrit Arunanondchai exhibition there.
  • RIP: Seymour Slive, who died at 93 after battling cancer.
  • RIP: Otto Piene, who died in a taxi at the age of 86.
  • One of the world's greatest art collections in private hands in all likelihood is a hoax.
  • Ronald Lauder urges Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum to return Pissarro painting looted by Nazis.
  • Three paintings in Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation and the state of Berlin found to be Nazi loot.
  • Romanian court instructs convicted Rotterdam art thieves to reimburse insurers $26mil. for lost paintings.
  • Penn Museum and Smithsonian Institute provide emergency support for Syrian museum collection.
  • ABC News talks to art forger Pei Shen Qian, who claims he was not involved in fraudulent sale of the works.
  • The fraud claim against Helge Achenbach may be much larger than originally thought.
  • Aspen Art Museum's building contractors cited for multiple violations of local construction rules.
  • Controversy over the authenticity of some Malevich works.
  • Megumi Igarashi arrested in Japan for distributing data that enables recipients to make 3D prints of her vagina.
  • Damien Hirst refuses to allow one of his works painted directly on wallpaper to be sold after it was removed.
  • Google provides MOCA visitors the wrong information regarding opening hours.
  • Sotheby's lays off some staff members and moves some to other positions.
  • City of Helsinki split on their opinion of plan for a Guggenheim satellite.
  • 150 of Corcoran's employees to be laid off in August as merger approaches.
  • Israel does not allow Palestinian artist Khaled Jarrar from traveling to NY exhibit.
  • Ten of art history's most important art galleries that are now gone.
  • Some LA Times readers oppose of LACMA's proposed plans.
  • Jamie Sterns puts the art world in perspective.
  • Foster the People mural in downtown L.A. temporarily saved after whitewashing postponed.
  • The salaries and fees of curators.
  • The shortlist for 2014's Art Everywhere has been announced and includes Hockney, Quinn, and Perry.
  • Contemporary art museum coming to Cape Town.
  • Detroit Institute of Arts receives $26.8mil in pledges from a group of companies.
  • Morgan Library & Museum receives gift of sketchbooks and drawings from Roy Lichtenstein estate.
  • Richard Mellon Scaife leaves his art collection to be split between Brandywine and Westmoreland.
  • Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art finalizes artist list for emerging American artists survey show.
  • Kazimir Malevich's retrospective at Tate Modern.
  • Air creates music to accompany artwork at Palais des Beaux-Arts.
  • Sotheby's teams up with eBay to stream Sotheby's sales worldwide.
  • Christie's reports record-breaking sales of post-war and contemporary art for January-June.
  • Profile of Maria Brito, who is Diddy's art advisor.
  • Prices for the work of female artists on the rise.
  • Yvon Lambert does not support art speculators or investors.
  • Dominique Lévy opening a space on Bond St in London.
  • Artspace looks at ways in which photography may be used and experimented in sculpture and beyond.
  • Tsang Kin-Wah chosen to represent Hong Kong at Venice Biennale. Marco Maggi picked to represent Uruguay at Venice Biennale.
  • Korakrit Arunanondchai in Interview Magazine.
  • Nicolas Sassoon's latest work Studio Visit.
  • Tammam Azzam puts up image of Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss on building in Syria.
  • Sam Falls doing some public projects in Brooklyn.
  • The science behind some of Jeff Koons' works. The artist teams up with H&M.
  • Glbert & George seek questions for live Q&A.
  • Michael and Magdalena Suarez Frimkess having their moment after a long career without due attention.
  • Damien Hirst creates new pill-based limited edition jewelry collection.
  • Shepard Fairey puts up Peace Tree mural at Line Hotel in LA.
  • Frank and Patrik Riklin create giant picnic blanket installation in Swiss countryside.
  • Interview with Russell Simmons about his love for art and his foundation.
  • Eddie Peake discusses his record label.
  • Profile and interview with FriendsWithYou.
  • Robert Wilson creates 23 Video Portraits of Lady Gaga, which will debut July 26 at the Watermill Center.
  • Mike Myers has been spending his free time painting portraits of Colonel Sanders.
  • Alabama Biennial has a sculptural installation featuring a zonkey (or donkra).
  • Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia has a sculpture that closely resembles Ron Swanson.
  • Painting discovered by Kourtney Kardashian thought to be a Modigliani turns out not to be authentic.

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