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More stories from the week that ended Nov 30 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Images from Liz Deschenes: Gallery 7 at The Walker Art Center.
  • RIP: Lewis Baltz, who died at 69 from complications of cancer and emphysema.
  • Shia LaBeouf claims he was raped during performance of #IAMSORRY.
  • Scientists warn that paintings with cadmium sulfide (yellow) is deteriorating to white.
  • St. Louis Museums close following the day after grand jury decision on Michael Brown case.
  • Bunny Mellon sale brings rat infestation to Sotheby's New York.
  • Recently ousted Sotheby’s CEO William Ruprecht will receive $4mil. in severance.
  • Paul Chan thinks winning Hugo Boss prize was a result of a complete misunderstanding of [his] work.
  • Marrakech may soon become photography's global HQ, but locals are unhappy about it.
  • Helene Hegemann causing a debate about plagiarism vs "mixing" in her appropriation of literary material.
  • Oakland City Council requires private developers to set aside 1% of their project costs for public art.
  • The street art that sprang up in Ferguson.
  • Coloring books for adults becoming very popular in France.
  • Julie Baumgardner's list of the sexiest male artists include Ed Ruscha, Nate Lowman, Matthew Barney, and more.
  • Artnet provides some useful pick-up lines on occasion of Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • Kunstmuseum Bern accepts bequest of artwork from collection of Cornelius Gurlitt.
  • Souls Grown Deep Foundation gifts 57 works by African-American artists to the Met.
  • New York Botanical Garden announces "Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life" exhibition opening May 2015.
  • Stephen Moss reviews Institute of Sexology exhibition at the Wellcome Collection.
  • Bert Rodriguez turning his apartment into a museum with work by himself.
  • Yves Bouvier to build Jean Nouvel-designed art hub on Île Seguin island in Paris.
  • The Economist writes about the art at One World Trade Center, curated by Asher Edelman.
  • Lê Phổ oil painting sells for $840k at Christie's in Hong Kong. The price is a record for a Vietnamese artist.
  • Liu Yiqian buys 600-year-old imperial embroidered silk artwork at Christie’s for $45mil., a record for a Chinese work.
  • Lorenzo Zambrano Sotheby's sale totals $17.6mil., breaking the record for a single owner sale of Latin American art.
  • Artnet looks at the top 50 living artists that performed surprisingly well at auction in 2014.
  • The exhibitor list for the Armory Show 2015 art fair.
  • Saigon's not for profit San Art launches online fundraising effort.
  • ArtNews previews works from galleries at Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • NY Times writes about the art scene in Miami.
  • Brian Boucher describes his experience performing inside Yves Klein’s Tactile Sculpture.
  • Lavanya Ramanathan profiles Sarah Thornton.
  • Interview with Benedikt Taschen.
  • Tilda Swinton collaborates with Olivier Saillard on a performance piece at Palais Galliera.
  • What Terence Koh has been up to.
  • John Giorno joins the artist roster at Elizabeth Dee Gallery.
  • Lawrence Weiner wins Roswitha Haftmann prize, which includes $156,076 in prize money.
  • Anri Sala wins Vincent award for contemporary art, which includes €50,000 in prize money.
  • Nathaniel Mellors wins Contemporary Art Society Annual Award for 2014, which includes £40,000 in prize money.
  • A look at Rashid Johnson and Sheree Hovsepian's NY home, which includes work by Robert Davis and more.
  • Simon de Pury's latest projects with his wife as de Pury de Pury.
  • Jim Sanborn offers another clue to his Kryptos sculpture at CIA headquarters.
  • Art in America reviews Korakrit Arunanondchai's show at The Mistake Room.
  • A look at Facebook’s artists-in-residence program, headed by Drew Bennett.
  • Artnet's 12 turkey-themed artworks on occasion of Thanksgiving.
  • Paul McCarthy limited edition available.
  • Darren Almond limited edition Art Edition books with prints released by Taschen.
  • Ella Kruglyanskaya screen print available from House of Voltaire.
  • The Vinyl Factory and Mo' Wax release limited edition Rammellzee record.
  • Dan Colen cashmere peanut scarf in yellow available from the Whitney shop.
  • David Hammons basketball drawing and Richard Prince hood among the works in Beyonce and Jay Z's collection.
  • James Franco selfies calendar included with Paper Magazine.
  • Swizz Beatz talks about art and art collecting.
  • Dyed armpit hair may be the next beauty trend.

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