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More stories from the week ending Feb 24:
  • It turns out some of Charles Krafft's work was not supposed to be ironic after all, and he shockingly appears to be a white nationalist who believes Holocaust is a deliberately exaggerated myth.
  • France making one of its biggest efforts to trace Jewish owners of artworks stolen by the Nazis during WWII.
  • Jewish Museum of Vienna acknowledges it may be in possession of hundreds of items looted during the war.
  • Fire on top floor of building at Pratt Institute destroys student artwork that was stored there.
  • Banksy's Slave Labor (Bunting Boy) street piece removed from wall in London arrives in auction in Miami.
  • Haringey council investigating how Banksy mural put on sale following removal from Wood Green wall.
  • Greek heiress suing in Switzerland after her uncle's art collection that was part of inheritance disappears.
  • Cooper Union students protest delayed early admissions amid tuition fight.
  • Phivos Lampros Istavrioglou arrested at JFK for allegedly stealing Dali painting from Venus Over Manhattan.
  • Pure Evil Gallery hosting benefit to help Oker's family take care of  bills while he is in prison.
  • Agnew’s to sell historical archive after gallery closure.
  • Charlotte Free defends Terry Richardson.
  • Margarita Aguilar, director of El Museo del Barrio, quits amid massive turmoil at the museum.
  • Mid-range galleries moving out of Chelsea due to rapidly rising rent rates.
  • Steven Cohen donates works by Twombly, Ruscha, Kippenberger and Doig to MoMA.
  • David Choe helps kids paint a mural in South L.A.
  • The Pittsburgh school system has uncovered unexpected Henri Le Sidaner painting donated 80 years ago.
  • WSJ reports graduates from schools specializing in art, music, & design tend to have most student-loan debt.
  • When copyrights expire on artwork.
  • Jonathan Jones thinks Banksy is overrated purveyor of art-lite.
  • The story of the world's first computer art and the first figurative image on a computer screen.
  • Debate surrounds China's contemplation of introducing droit de suite clause to artwork sales.
  • Frank Cohen is selling about 143 works of art in his collection by mostly young artists.
  • London will host the first international, contemporary African art fair in October 2013.
  • Park Avenue Armory's 2013 programming includes work by Paul McCarthy, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and 3D.
  • Gavin Brown puts on his artist hat - having a solo exhibition of his works at The Green Gallery in Milwaukee.
  • New play called #aiww: The Arrest of Ai Weiwei opens at the Hampstead Theatre in London on April 11.
  • US-based artist Yazmany Arboleda to unleash 10,000 pink balloons on Kabul.
  • The Sovereign Art Foundation announces that MAP Office has won the USD$30,000 Sovereign Asian Art Prize.
  • Butterfly-themed Damien Hirst Gibson Les Paul Goddess guitar to be auctioned for Cancer Research.
  • Dinos Chapman makes music and releases an album.
  • Francesco Vezzoli's The Trinity trilogy of exhibitions to grace the Maxxi, MoMA PS1, and MOCA.
  • Chicago Tribune interviews Kara Walker.
  • A conversation with Matt Saunders on artwork he collects.
  • Vanity Fair interviews Vito Schnabel.
  • New Pepsi ads featuring Beyonce inspired by Andy Warhol.
  • Hauser & Wirth releases book commemorating its 20 years.

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