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More stories from the week that ended Aug 17 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Parker Ito's images from his White Cube show.
  • RIP: Richard D. Marshall, who died unexpectedly at the age of 67.
  • RIP: Edward Leffingwell, who died at the age of 72 due to cardiac arrest.
  • Molly Crabapple sneaks into Guggenheim Abu Dhabi site to interview workers and expose poor conditions.
  • Chapman Brothers Piggyback piece at Rome's MAXXI censored and removed for being paedopornographic.
  • Jayme McLellan fired as instructor at the Corcoran due to her opposition to proposed breakup of the institution. Profile of the Save the Corcoran group.
  • Henry Moore sculpture at King's Cross station chosen for context w/ architecture & because it's hard to sit on.
  • Unesco chooses not to put London's Westminster on list of world's endangered heritage sites.
  • £5mil. Guercino oil painting stolen from a church in Italy.
  • David LaChapelle sues Fred Torres for $2.8mil.
  • Jaz and Ever and Other sue Terry Gilliam over use of their Buenos Aires street mural in The Zero Theorem.
  • Rauschenberg Foundation appeals court ruling awarding $24.6mil. to three trustees.
  • Dealer Gary Tatintsian says Lev Nussberg sold him about 165 fake works of art.
  • Does 50th anniversary publication of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory have the worst book cover of all time?
  • The problems that occur when art museums deaccession works from their collections.
  • Are there too many historic house museums in the United States?
  • Sotheby's private sales fall 48% for the first half of the year.
  • Eight ways that artists have approached or attacked the canvas other than with paint.
  • World Trade Center logo unveiled.
  • German task force finds that Max Liebermann painting from Gurlitt trove should be returned to David Toren.
  • Peter Brant confirmed as buyer of Walter De Maria’s East Village home-studio. He paid $27mil. for it.
  • Drone photography may be the next big art trend.
  • Ancient money box containing large rare hoard of coins found in Israel.
  • The story of how Robin Williams was given a Picasso painting by Disney.
  • A list of the best art books to read this summer.
  • Chris Burden's Light of Reason installation goes up at the Rose Art Museum.
  • Picasso Museum set to open on Oct 25 after five years of delays.
  • Smithsonian Summer Showdown competition to find most iconic item in all of the Smithsonians' collections.
  • Smithsonian American Art Museum announces the nominees for its James Dicke Contemporary Artist Prize.
  • Quentin Tarantino and Barbara Kruger will be the honorees at LACMA's Art + Film gala.
  • Tate Britain provides an after-hours tour courtesy of four robots.
  • The National Gallery in London now allowing visitors to take their own photographs of its collection.
  • National Portrait Gallery installs Robin Williams portrait taken by Michael Dressler.
  • Andy Warhol Museum and the MoMA begin project to digitize Andy Warhol's 16mm films.
  • The site George Lucas chose in Chicago for his Lucas Museum of Narrative Art used to be a garbage dump.
  • Poly Culture could be buying Bonhams.
  • Leon Black/Phaidon acquires Artspace.com.
  • Will there be a shakeout in the online art sales sites?
  • How Christie's is positioning itself in the Chinese market.
  • The three different types of art collectors in China.
  • Paddle8 and Dreweatts & Bloomsbury’s team up on auction sales that have lots with no buyer's premium.
  • What dealers consider and do when work by their artists go to auction.
  • People are buying bad art.
  • Demand Media acquires Saatchi Online for $17 million and makes Sean Moriarty its chief exec.
  • 962 Ferrari 250 GTO sells at Bonhams auction for record $34.65mil.
  • Team Gallery opening a Los Angeles location in Venice.
  • Other Criteria shop opens in New York.
  • Gagosian Gallery organizes its first show with the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation.
  • Galleries in Washington DC are choosing Georgetown again as the area to be in.
  • A review of James Hamilton's book, which tells of the business of art in nineteenth-century Britain.
  • ArtRio co-founder Brenda Valansi talks about the fair's impact on the Brazil art market.
  • Financial Times has a list of five homes for sale near the world’s leading art fairs.
  • An interview with Christopher Williams.
  • The story behind Keith Haring's Crack is Wack mural.
  • A look at Gary Hume's next show and the history of White Cube and the YBAs.
  • Mischa Leinkauf and Matthias Wermk say they put the white flags on top the Brooklyn Bridge.
  • Profile of Bettina Korek and ForYourArt.
  • Lucy Hilmer takes yearly nude self-portrait to chronicle the affects of aging.
  • Richard Avedon’s grandson photographs Audrey Hepburn’s granddaughter for Harper's Bazaar.
  • Andrew Goldstein interviews Kasper König.
  • Jens Faurschou talks about owning a gallery and moving on and other things.
  • Profile of twelve-year old painter Kieron Williamson.
  • KATSU’s drone paintings featured on CNN in a segment on the intersection of art and science.
  • Above paints 46 shop shutters over 48 hours in London.
  • Reviews for Korakrit Arunanondchai’s Bangkokboys sweatsuit by DIS.
  • Antiques Roadshow proves to be very popular in its New York stop.
  • Lauren Bacall's connection to Henry Moore.
  • The statue selfies trend gaining steam on the internet.

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