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More stories from the week that ended Nov 23 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Sacha Goldberger interprets portraits of comic book superheroes as Renaissance figures.
  • RIP: Andrew Bucci, who died at the age of 92 after a brief illness.
  • Aristophil accused of running a Ponzi scheme via financial instruments in the books and manuscripts market.
  • Fallout surrounding Bill Cosby's rape accusations spread to the institutional art world.
  • Zahi Hawass accused of assisting German hobbyists steal samples from Great Pyramid at Giza.
  • Kurt Perschke accuses Shell oil company of appropriating his red ball art project idea.
  • David William Noll pleads guilty to vandalizing Banksy street pieces in Utah and gets five years probation.
  • William Ruprecht steps down as head of Sotheby's and the company may go private.
  • Jerry Saltz thinks the art world has gotten too conservative.
  • Jonathan Jones does not think that photographs should be shown in art galleries.
  • Arts scene doing well in Turkey, however, artists still face governmental censorship and other hardships.
  • United States considering cultural property protection czar post to prevent looted objects from entering country.
  • Kunstmuseum Bern expected to decide soon on whether to accept the estate of the late Cornelius Gurlitt.
  • Student accidentally crushes one of Ai Weiwei's porcelain crabs from a installation.
  • Previously unseen pictures of Che Guevara taken right after his execution surface.
  • Piero della Francesca’s The Resurrection  to undergo restoration funded in part by Aldo Osti.
  • Archaeologists discover three unique mosaics at the Ancient Greek city of Zeugma, in south Turkey
  • ArtPrize to open second edition in Dallas in April of 2016.
  • Mass MoCA will become the largest contemporary art museum in the United States in 2017.
  • Faena Forum, art center in Miami designed by Rem Koolhaus, to open in Dec 2015.
  • MOCA's future exhibitions include Matthew Barney, Sturtevant, R.H. Quaytman, William Pope.L, and Kerry James Marshall.
  • Institute of Contemporary Art Miami upcoming shows include Shannon Ebner, John Miller, and Ryan Sullivan.
  • Hammer Museum adds courtyard bridge designed by Michael Maltzan and opening in Feb.
  • Tate Gallery to exhibit artworks in 3D form, within virtual world of Minecraft.
  • Elizabeth Armstrong named as new director of Palm Springs Art Museum.
  • Art museums are becoming another status symbol for international billionaires.
  • Savannah College of Art and Design to exhibit Andre 3000's jumpsuits with phrases on them.
  • Bomb Magazine has a Kickstarter to raise funds for operations.
  • Georgia O’Keeffe painting sells at Sotheby's for $44.4mil., a record for a work by a female artist. Sarah P Hanson analyzes the Sotheby's American Art sale
  • Rare Warhol New Coke print once owned by U2 to be auctioned at Bonham's.
  • One of Napoleon's two-pointed hats was sold at Osenat to a South Korean collector for $2.2mil.
  • Artnet's list of The Top 10 Uber-Rich Art Collectors.
  • How guarantees in art auctions are affecting the market.
  • Kenny Schachter dishes gossip and analyzes the fall auctions in New York.
  • Bendor Grosvenor thinks that the evaluation of art today is driven too much by it's price.
  • Stephen Haller Gallery and Stux Gallery merging to form Stux + Haller.
  • How artists like Ryan Gander and Yinka Shonibare spent their art prize winnings.
  • William Kurelek painting given as a gift of appreciation for apple strudel and vegetables could sell for $20k at auction.
  • Mickalene Thomas creates wine label for Bedell Cellars
  • Profile of David Hockney, who also answers a bunch of questions.
  • Mark Farid raising money for project where he be in virtual reality for 28 days straight.
  • Steven Meisel shoots the 2015 Pirelli calendar.
  • Ben Davis reviews Pierre Huyghe's LACMA retrospective.
  • Artsy interviews Maurizio Cattelan.
  • Paul Kasmin gallery now represents Laylah Ali.
  • Adam McEwen now represented in NY by Petzel.
  • Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin now represented by Lisson Gallery.
  • Paul Chan wins Hugo Boss Prize for 2014.
  • Shepard Fairey now represented by Jacob Lewis Gallery in New York. He also talks about his work with Fusion.
  • Kelly Allen discusses art and environment at her new Geek Group maker space.
  • Carolina A Miranda reviews Sarah Thornton's book 33 Artists in 3 Acts.
  • Steve Duneier yarnbombs 17 sandstone boulders in the Santa Ynez Mountains.
  • Jaden and Willow Smith discuss what they think art is, among other topics.
  • Prince Charles is shy and declines to view portraits of himself drawn by students.
  • Body art enthusiast Jenya Bolotov spends seven years transforming himself into a human platypus.
  • IKEA recreates classic paintings as photographs with their furniture in them.

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