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Ryoji Ikedaís spectra shoots up into the London sky

More stories from the week that ended Aug 10 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Ryoji Ikeda’s spectra shoots up into the London sky to commemorate first world war.
  • RIP: Herbert Volkmann, who died at the age of 60.
  • Oleg Vorotnikov, founder of Voina, arrested in Venice in July and faces extradition to Russia.
  • Could there be more important cultural and archaeological sites at risk for destruction by ISIS?
  • MOCANoMi board to form new entity, move out of North Miami and into Design District.
  • Banksy's Grim Reaper removed from Bristol ship Thekla using blowtorches and will be loaned.
  • Horst Spankus requests that Lehmbruck Museum return artworks he loaned them due to censorship concerns.
  • Conrad Atkinson claims Gilbert and George stole ideas from a series of works of his from 1980s and early 90s.
  • Rudy Kurniawan sentenced to 10 years in prison for selling millions of dollars of fake wine.
  • Moscow Student Initiative projects racist image of Obama on US embassy in Moscow.
  • Chris Eliopoulos upset that his work was appropriated by Jerry Kearns.
  • Marina Abramovic Institute responds to critics of unpaid positions that require specialized skills.
  • Protesters demonstrate against Cai Guo-Qiang's tortoise-based exhibition in Aspen.
  • Florida judge awards $16mil. to 3 trustees of Rauschenberg's trust following litigation over value of services.
  • The undiscovered da Vinci works that always seem to pop up and the difficulty in authenticating Old Masters.
  • Banksy Cheltenham Spies street piece boarded up to protect it from further vandalism.
  • Mural in Chicago commissioned by Theaster Gates whitewashed due to locals' complaints.
  • Picasso’s ceramic studio in southern France falls into disrepair and requires urgent renovations.
  • Missing Élysée Palace furniture and crockery turns up on eBay.
  • Foster the People mural on side of building in downtown L.A. is painted over.
  • North Korea's Mansudae Art Studio has made work for 18 African and Asian nations thus far.
  • More than 53,000 artists apply to rent affordable Harlem apartments in New York with just 89 available.
  • List of 58 most beloved American artworks, as voted by the public. More info on Art Everywhere.
  • Hans Ulrich Obrist and Simon Castets looking at work by artists born after 1989.
  • Berghain night club celebrates 10 years with art exhibition.
  • Residential towers replacing 5Pointz site will have mandated graffiti walls.
  • Did Kazimir Malevich pioneer street art?
  • Toyota pledges $1mil. to Detroit Institute of Arts.
  • Robert Gober retrospective opening at MoMA in the fall.
  • The Hayward Gallery will host first ever UK retrospective of Carsten Höller next summer.
  • Édouard Manet’s Le Printemps painting heads to auction at Christie's with an estimate of $25-35mil.
  • Artwork by Anonymous printed from 4chan post receives a high bid of $90,900 on eBay.
  • The 10 highest prices for art sales at auction in July.
  • Sotheby’s announces 24% increase in net auction sales to $2.7 billion for first half of 2014.
  • The issue of online-only auctions not publishing results or performance of auction lots.
  • A detailed profile of Marian Goodman and why she opened a London branch of her gallery.
  • The role of branding and marketing for artists.
  • A look at the value of Andy Warhol's estate at the time of his death.
  • Hyperallergic sells ownership of blog post on eBay.
  • A look at an Atlanta living room designed by William Peace around a Francis Bacon triptych.
  • Bettina Hubby's Thanks for the Mammaries: Artists Uniting With Breast Intentions exhibition at ForYourArt.
  • Jana Winderen transforms Park Ave. Tunnel into installation recreating experience of diving into ocean depths.
  • Korakrit Arunanondchai is interviewed and the cover artist of SFAQ issue 17.
  • Danh Vō's We the People.
  • Structural work has completed on Grayson Perry-designed holiday home A House for Essex.
  • Petra Cortright collaborates with Stella McCartney.
  • Brand New Gallery adds Keith J Varadi to its artist roster.
  • Ben Davis reviews the Christopher Williams retrospective at MoMA.
  • Ralph Gibson answers some questions.
  • Betye Saar presented with The Edward MacDowell Medal.
  • Peter Schjeldahl talks about Jeff Koons and his retrospective.
  • Papermag shares its list of top five Andy Warhol interview moments.
  • Installation images for Picture Menu's (Michael Kennedy Costa, Rachel LaBine, Keith J Varadi) current show.
  • Studio360 looks at Jen Stark's artwork.
  • Paul Campbell creates 66-ft mural using GPS-tracked movements of Brooklyn Navy Yard workers.
  • A look at 105-year old artist Hans Erni, who also answers a few questions.
  • Papermag previews Ryan McGinley's upcoming Yearbook exhibition.
  • Sandy Candy Kim shoots a yearbook featuring artists, musicians, and models.
  • Wu Tsang and boychild in conversation with Michelle Puetz about performance.
  • Profile of Hong Kong collector William Lim.
  • Simon de Pury shares highlights of his Los Angeles trip on Instagram.
  • Katy Perry climbs Rocky steps at Philadelphia Museum of Art in front of her fans.
  • Artnet profiles Pari Ehsan, aka Paridust.

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