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More stories from the week that ended Oct 26 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • A look at the Prospect 3 biennial in New Orleans. Image: Tavares Strachen neon photographed by Joseph Vincent Grey.
  • RIP: Wolfgang Hutter, who died in Sept at the age of 85.
  • RIP: René Burri, who died at the age of 81 after a long illness.
  • RIP: Susan Sollins, the executive director of Art21 and ArtPrize juror. Cause of death unknown.
  • Christopher Johnson arrested for spraying graffiti on the walls of the Whitney during Koons show.
  • Paul McCarthy makes decision to withdraw his piece from FIAC's Hors Les Murs program. Are Parisians really that scared of giant butt plugs? Jonathan Jones on McCarthy's more controversial pieces.
  • Banksy's Girl with the Pierced Eardrum is vandalized in Bristol.
  • Vandalism reported in 10 national parks in the United States. Person responsible said to be Casey Nocket.
  • Five stenciled works by Bambi, made to raise money for charity, is stolen.
  • Former Andy Warhol body guard Agusto Bugarin accused of attempting to sell a painting he stole from Warhol.
  • The Ron Perelman v. Larry Gagosian feud heating up.
  • Frank Gehry flips off journalists and criticizes today's architecture.
  • Kainer heirs and relatives sue UBS over sale of Nazi-looted art that did not benefit them.
  • The possibilities for the Nazi bronze salvaged from the Graf Spee battleship.
  • LA Weekly writes about the lack of attendance at the World Wide Art Fair in Los Angeles.
  • Will artwork from Hong Kong's protests be saved and preserved? NPR takes a look at the art.
  • Hamburg Green Party wants to save some of Oz's street murals.
  • How galleries in Chelsea, NY are dealing with post-Sandy issues.
  • Artnet's part two of three of its list of the most powerful women in art. And part three.
  • ArtReview's 2014 Power 100 list released.
  • Four out of every five people who make a living in the arts in the US are white, according to Census data.
  • The Washington Post writes about the growth of art and culture in Los Angeles.
  • Title of upcoming Venice Biennale revealed: “All The World’s Futures”.
  • London Evening Standard has its list of London's most influential artists and curators.
  • Study by Strategic National Arts Alumni Project finds college art degrees are now paying off and graduates happy.
  • The Health Goth lifestyle trend.
  • A list of the top ten gallery space in Berlin.
  • Blanton Museum acquires Okay Mountain's Roadside Attractions piece for its collection.
  • The Albright-Knox Art Gallery to expand for the first time in 50 years.
  • The Museo Reina Sofía to expand to Santander and display José María Lafuente's loan of artworks there.
  • Tullio Lombardo’s marble sculpture Adam to return on view at the Met in Nov.
  • Mark Bradford, Heather Podesta, Cathy Vedovi, Christopher Walker are named into MOCA's board of trustees.
  • A list of 25 museum shows to see around the world right now.
  • A look at the Van Gogh auction market.
  • Concept Art Fair to debut in Miami during Basel on Seafair mega yacht docked in Bayfront Park.
  • Report from FIAC art fair. A summary of the sales at (Off)icielle in Paris.
  • Jamie Sterns' observations and her experience during Frieze week in London. Kenny Schachter's as well.
  • University of Hong Kong, in collaboration with Art Basel and Central St Martins, launches art collecting class.
  • David Byrne talks about art and the market.
  • A review of the 2014 Turner Prize show.
  • New York Times looks at Genieve Figgis show.
  • Paul McCarthy responds to critics of his Christmas tree sculpture.
  • NY Times profiles Hans Haacke.
  • Ashley Longshore paints commissions for rich, showy patrons.
  • ArtInfo looks at what David Altmejd has been up to.
  • The Economist interviews Sarah Thornton about her new book.
  • WSJ reviews Inka Essenhigh exhibition, Michelle Grabner show, and Russian Avant-Garde Art show.
  • Ted Gahl answers 20 questions.
  • Grayson Perry's television show in Britain.
  • Michael Graves answers some personal and design questions.
  • Frank Gehry-designed Louis Vuitton Foundation building opens in Paris. A look at the artwork inside.
  • Exhibition A interviews Joshua Abelow.
  • Kehine Wiley interviewed in Flaunt Magazine (PDF).
  • John Baldessari's artist and celebrity selfies with Visionaire.
  • An interview with Chuck Close.
  • Paddy Johnson reviews Richard Prince's Gagosian Gallery show.
  • Ai Weiwei stainless steel bicycle released.
  • Rare releases apparel and accessory line designed by Mark Dean Veca.
  • Rob Pruitt collaborates with J Brand on jeans.
  • Jeanne Greenberg-Rohatyn takes Jay Z and Beyonce on an art tour of London.
  • Queen's Dr Brian May loans rare collection of Victorian stereographic photographs to Tate Britain.
  • Joe Forkan's The Lebowski Cycle series that uses frames of The Big Lebowski to reference classic artworks.

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