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More stories from the week that ended Oct 12 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Final week to see Van Hanos - Not the Way at Tanya Leighton.
  • RIP: Trigz, who was tragically shot and killed in North Hollywood. Go here to contribute and help the family.
  • COST arrested in NYC.
  • ArtBeam's Material Evidence show's Ukrainian display attacked and vandalized.
  • Curator Vasyl Cherepanyn brutally beaten in public in Kiev last week.
  • Dries Verhoeven's Grindr art project cancelled prematurely after privacy invasion complaints.
  • Broad Museum lawsuit set aside until construction completes on the site.
  • Court documents reveal new details in Knoedler forgeries case.
  • Susan Crile tax case ruling a victory for professional artists that don't make a lot of money.
  • Has Damien Hirst's moment passed?
  • Ben Davis writes about Maria Baibakova's recent controversies.
  • New films not portraying John Ruskin accurately?
  • Eight famous artists that dropped out of college.
  • Tracey Emin thinks that female artists should not have children.
  • Ernst van de Wetering reattributes 70 paintings (previously attributed to his followers) to Rembrandt.
  • Sheila Hicks remakes two monumental works at Ford Foundation.
  • Newsha Tavakolian accepts Fondation Carmignac photojournalism award after previously turning it down.
  • David Lynch announces the return of television show Twin Peaks in 2016.
  • The world's oldest art is found in Indonesian cave.
  • Eiffel Tower's two-year, €30mil. renovation of its first floor is complete.
  • Jamian Juliano-Villani MOCAD exhibition, her first solo museum show, announced for early 2015.
  • Glen Ligon's Call and Response opens at Camden Arts Centre.
  • Kunstmuseum Bern to decide next month whether to accept the gift of Cornelius Gurlitt’s collection.
  • Victoria and Albert Museum at London’s former Olympic Park will spread over 215,000 sq. ft.
  • SculptureCenter's recent expansion.
  • Tate may soon have to disclose how much sponsorship money BP gives the institution.
  • MOCA chief curator Helen Molesworth is introduced.
  • Use curate.la to keep up with what's going on in the Los Angeles scene.
  • Bjarne Melgaard adds musical soundtrack to his show with Edvard Munch at Munch Museum.
  • The challenges and opportunities faced by and offered to American Kunsthalles.
  • Artnet's list of America’s Top 10 Private Contemporary Art Museums.
  • Documenta 14 to be held in both Kassel and Athens.
  • USC School of Cinematic Arts to display items from Dennis Hopper's personal collection.
  • Artprice finds that more new works (<5 years old) flipped today than in '07, but for lower average prices.
  • Work from the collection of the Family of Pierre and São Schlumberger at Sotheby's this season.
  • Sotheby's thinks a white Robert Ryman painting offered next month at auction will sell for at least $20mil.
  • Could a de Kooning sculpture sold by the artist's granddaughters fetch $35mil. at Christie's?
  • Sotheby's has at least seven Warhol portraits of iconic women at its Nov. contemporary art sales.
  • Winston Churchill's paintings and other personal items to be auctioned at Sotheby's.
  • Artwork owned by Adolf Hitler in high demand.
  • Christie's to hold its second art auction in India in December.
  • eBay's fine art live auction site launches.
  • Artwork at the art fair and auctions during Frieze London starting to more closely resemble each other.
  • Art Silicon Valley hoping to capture elusive key Silicon Valley/tech/start-up collectors.
  • Financial Times looks at art fairs from the perspective of artists, collectors, and dealers.
  • The story of the history of ownership of Christopher Wool's Apocalypse Now painting.
  • The loyalty of artists to galleries versus the loyalty of galleries to artists.
  • Mark Moore Gallery celebrates thirty years in the business.
  • Ryan Lee Gallery adds four artists to its roster.
  • Kelly Allen opens Wisemaker Creative Reuse Store and Studio at The Geek Group in Grand Rapids, MI.
  • Kappo Masa sushi restaurant, located below Gagosian Gallery at 980 Madison, opened on Friday.
  • An in-depth look at mega-collector Steven A. Cohen.
  • Art gallery opening receptions: New York City versus Los Angeles.
  • Jackie Wullschlager reviews books by Sarah Thornton, Grayson Perry, Ossian Ward, and others.
  • Mikhail Antonov organizes Putin-themed one-night-only exhibit on the eve of the Russian president's birthday.
  • Emily Mae Smith featured artist at Dream The End and in SculptureCenter's SculptureNotebook.
  • Blake Gopnik and Christian Viveros-Fauné look at Roxy Paine's Marianne Boesky show.
  • BBC Radio's Front Row interviews Gerhard Richter.
  • Chris Hadfield releases book of photography from outer-space.
  • Scott Indrisek interviews Enrico Castellani.
  • A look at the Michelle Grabner exhibition at James Cohan Gallery.
  • The Guardian looks at Richard Serra's show at Gagosian Gallery in London.
  • Profile of Elizabeth Jaeger.
  • Christopher Knight looks at the Katherine Bernhardt show at China Art Objects.
  • A look at Gerhard Richter's show at Marian Goodman in London.
  • Marina Abramovic really wants Lars von Trier to direct a segment in her film.
  • Fiona Connor and Michala Paludan's Newspaper Reading Club.
  • Richard Serra to receive lifetime achievement award at the Americans for the Arts gala.
  • Artspace interviews Marcel Dzama.
  • Video interview with Shepard Fairey about design.
  • Maya Lin wins $300,000 Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize, to be presented at MoMA in Nov.
  • Kehinde Wiley interview about why he is now painting black women.
  • Two firms: Snohetta and the Metric System will design Norway’s new banknotes.
  • Collaborative book by Keith J Varadi and John Roebas released by Bunk Edition.
  • Mick Fleetwood exhibiting show of photographs at Liss Gallery.

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