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More stories from the week that ended July 27 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Azuma Makoto sends bonsai tree, orchids, lilies and other plants into the stratosphere, suspended in a balloon.
  • RIP: Otto Piene, who died at the age of 85.
  • Should Britain do more to protect cultural objects and sites during time of war?
  • The Shrine of Jonah/Mosque of Yunus (Nineveh, Mosul, Iraq) has been destroyed, allegedly by ISIS.
  • Group of artists destroy Beuys sculpture to use as ingredient in liquor, which they drank. Eva Beuys takes them to court.
  • Controversy after Liu Yiqian decides to drink tea out of his $36.3mil. porcelain cup.
  • Opening for Damien Hirst’s art complex in south London delayed until next year.
  • NYPD searching for those responsible for possible art project of white flags atop Brooklyn Bridge.
  • Skyrocketing property taxes may be driving galleries out of Chelsea, NYC.
  • China censors giant inflatable toad.
  • Accroding to conference, after drugs and guns, art theft is the biggest criminal enterprise in the world.
  • More artwork found at Cornelius Gurlitt home.
  • Australian fraud case includes claim that up to 30% of artwork offered in Australian art market could be forgeries.
  • Do American public schools need more arts education?
  • Street art critical of Obama greets his visit to Los Angeles.
  • France's nude models want better working conditions and job security and benefits.
  • Parkinson's treatment drug levodopa causing people to be more creative, paint, and write more.
  • All about working as an artist assistant.
  • Stanford University to build arts gym - a drop-in studio and performing arts space at Roble Gym.
  • Goldsmiths school plans to build a public art gallery behind the art department’s home.
  • Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelon expands at a cost of around $2.7mil.
  • Kickstarter crowd funds effort to save a SF Banksy street piece and complete a film documentary.
  • Art City Project turns San Francisco's billboards into sites for artwork.
  • Living room art installation appears on North Brother Island.
  • Rivington Design House Gallery displays nude man at storefront window.
  • Ovation TV's new show Touching the Art.
  • Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring returns home to the Mauritshuis where it will be forever.
  • Save the Corcoran allowed to present case against breakup deal in court.
  • George Lucas Museum faces potential lawsuit over Chicago lakefront location.
  • Getty Research Institute acquires Robert McElroy's archive of more than 700 prints and 10,000 negatives.
  • Maya Widmaier-Picasso donates two works by her father to Musée Picasso.
  • A look at the excellent art collection on display at Lincoln Center.
  • Studio Philippe Apeloig designs visual identity for new Louvre Abu Dhabi.
  • Museum of Fine Arts gets Homer Simpson graffiti on different walls of the museum.
  • Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss invest in Paddle8.
  • Magnus Renfrew will join Bonhams as deputy chairman Asia and director of Fine Arts.
  • Artnet looks at the pros and cons of Sotheby's partnership with eBay.
  • Artsy has theories about Art Rank and Carlos Rivera.
  • Buying work by artists at the very top of the market appears to be a proven winning long-term strategy.
  • Artnet data shows that the global art market boom is still continuing.
  • A look at the roots of Chinese art and objects collecting boom.
  • Paula Cooper taking over Casey Kaplan's former space on 21st St.
  • A profile and images of M+B.
  • Inaugural exhibition at Lot 180 includes work by Warhol, Basquiat, and others from that period.
  • Marianne Boesky Gallery now represents Dean Levin.
  • Durst Organization and Asher Edelman start a artwork leasing business.
  • Interview with Devin Troy Strother.
  • Jeff Koons talks with Seth Meyers.
  • James Turrell to receive the National Medal of Arts from President Obama.
  • Sam Taylor-Johnson shoots Coco Chanel's 31 Rue Cambon apartment.
  • Eddie Peake directs music video.
  • Cory Arcangel's new book is coming out soon.
  • Sean Landers, on painting animals.
  • Profile of Kasper Sonne and a look at his studio.
  • A look at Anselm Kiefer at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • Filip Markiewicz to represent Luxembourg at the Venice Biennale.
  • Profile of Moishe Mana, the man behind Mana Contemporary.
  • Interview with James Clarkson.
  • Gary Baseman seeking Kickstarter funding for his film documentary.
  • Conceptual Fine Arts shares the experience of viewing Wyatt Kahn's and David Blackaller's work.
  • Roberta Smith reviews some group shows currently in New York.
  • Ken Johnson reviews Milton Resnick exhibition at Mana Contemporary.
  • Book review of Randall, Jonathan Gibbs' fictional take on the YBAs.
  • Eddie Peake and Gwilym Gold vinyl record release with unique screenprinted artwork edition released.
  • Nathan Mabry limited edition sculpture available from OCMA.
  • Artspace has exclusive Barry McGee bottle for sale.
  • Raf Simons x Sterling Ruby online pop-up shop.
  • Laddy Gaga and Jeff Koons go to Montana for a talk.
  • Jeff Koons has a $14 cocktail named after one of his pieces.
  • Mr Brainwash has automotive enthusiasts scratching their heads.

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