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More stories from the week that ended Aug 31 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Images up for New Image Painting exhibition at Shane Campbell Gallery.
  • RIP: Marilena Bonomo, who passed away at the age of 86.
  • RIP: 23-year old MoMA intern Cindy Yeh dies after falling off roof during rooftop party.
  • RIP: 29-year old artist and gallery manager Alicia Louise Cipicchio is killed by a bus at Burning Man.
  • James Meyer admits to illegally selling stolen Jasper Johns works.
  • REVOK, REYES and STEEL suing Roberto Cavalli for stealing their artwork for its clothing and accessories.
  • Dan Park sentenced to six months in prison for works court says depicted Roma and black people in a racist way.
  • Danish art project meant to combat discrimination has been deemed racist in Sweden and removed from festival.
  • Mary Engelbreit receives criticism for her illustration in response to Ferguson shooting.
  • Four activists accused of repainting Soviet star on Stalinist skyscraper in Ukrainian colors faces up to seven years in prison.
  • Simon Sunderland, aka Fista or Bloodaxe, sentenced to 18 months for graffiti and vandalism.
  • Demolition commences at 5Pointz.
  • Shepard Fairey thinks that it has gotten too expensive for artists to live and work in New York.
  • Zaha Hadid sues The New York Review of Books and critic Martin Filler over statements in book review. He acknowledges mistake. New York Review of Books issues retraction over the article.
  • U.S. Copyright Office declares in updated rules that rights to a photo taken by a primate can not be claimed.
  • Protesters rally at Fesch Museum demanding removal of Andres Serrano’s Piss Christ work.
  • Aspen Art Museum remove tortoises from exhibition in Cai Guo-Qiang piece due to temperatures.
  • Three paintings by unnamed 15th century artist stolen from Milan’s Sforza Castle.
  • Stolen Picasso reportedly worth $1mil. actually a fake.
  • Why eBay Is an Art Forger’s Paradise.
  • Petition to save a Mark Dion installation in Lancaster on the grounds of The Storey Creative Industries Centre.
  • The Before I Die art project becomes an outlet for Ferguson residents seeking positive change after Brown tragedy.
  • Mischa Leinkauf and Matthias Wermke return flags taken from Brooklyn Bridge to American embassy in Berlin.
  • The Olympic Freeway Murals: Celebrating 30 Years event coincides with project to restore LA murals from 1984.
  • Fernard Léger murals at UN General Assembly Hall get a restoration.
  • The world's first Arctic arts festival to open for one year in northern Norway.
  • Admission to Corcoran Gallery of Art now free.
  • Abu Dhabi building high security tunnel that will link Guggenheim, Louvre and National Zayed Museum on Saadiyat Island.
  • Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art prepares to expand.
  • The Iraqi National Museum inaugurates two renovated halls adorned with life-size stone statues following war and looting.
  • MOCAD's People's Biennial pairs recognized artists with overlooked ones.
  • David Lynch's “David Lynch: The Unified Field” opens at the Pennsylvania Academy on Sept. 13.
  • The New York Times looks at the state of the current art market.
  • Classic cars being preferred over art by investors?
  • Sotheby's boosting their auction guarantees.
  • €160 million Essl Collection will be liquidated.
  • Action Comics #1 comic book graded a CGC 9.0 sells for $3.2mil. on eBay.
  • Banksy street piece Mobile Lovers sold to benefit Broad Plain youth club. It sold for £400,000.
  • Collection of Edward Weston photographs printed posthumously by his son will be auctioned by Sotheby’s.
  • A Q&A with Jack Shainman.
  • Claire Messud profiles Marlene Dumas.
  • Trevor Christensen photographs his subject while he is nude.
  • HBO to air Banksy documentary.
  • PBS documentary looks at the life of Dorothea Lange.
  • 10 Things to Learn About Photography and Life from Dorothea Lange - quotes from the artist and photographer.
  • A look at the Body by Body show at Chateau Shatto.
  • Ryan McGinley shoots a short film for Monique Péan.
  • Financial Times catches up with Jean Pigozzi.
  • G. James Daichendt-curated SKATE & CREATE exhibition opens at Flower Pepper Gallery.
  • Michael Sailstorfer buries gold at Outer Harbour Beach in Folkestone as part of participatory public art project.
  • Shinique Smith answers some questions.
  • Profile of collectors Harry "Hunk" and Mary Margaret Anderson.
  • Miranda July's Somebody in-person messaging app.
  • Kathy Grayson's list of five punk girl power painters.
  • Dustin Yellin reimagines the Vogue logo.
  • Jonathan Jones chooses the top 10 codpieces in art.
  • LA Times reviews M+B's Soft Target group show.
  • Word Above the Street uses water tanks to showcase art in NY.
  • A Q&A with Lucy Mitchell-Innes.
  • Asger Carlsen releases limited edition prints.
  • Jeff Koons art bangle available from Whitney store.
  • Tech start-up guys appearing to ruin Burning Man for everyone.
  • All about Hello Kitty. The character's place in the art world.
  • Painting elephant gets a gallery show.

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