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More stories from the week that ended Jan 11 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Profile of Helmut Lang, who is now strictly a artist and sculptor.
  • RIP: June Harwood, who died at the age of 81.
  • 12 killed in terrorist attack at Charlie Hebdo due to satirical cartoons. Artists respond to the tragedy. Why the massacre will make art stronger.
  • Violence against cartoonists sadly a common thing throughout history.
  • Bennett von Vertes confesses to killing another man.
  • What happens to private museums if the founder dies?
  • George Rodrigue painting stolen from wall of Rodrigue Gallery, but it is later found.
  • Russian government's clampdown on free speech, other events prompt members of Russia’s art world to leave country.
  • France may plan to sell some of its state-owned artwork.
  • Chinese demand for late-period Picasso paintings may be skewing its market.
  • DIA director Graham Beal to retire from the museum in June.
  • Tania Bruguera resigns from Union of Cuban Writers and Artists and returns award given to her by the communist government. She is told by official from Cuba's Ministry of Interior not to return for the Havana Biennial.
  • Report finds that labor issues persist in Abu Dhabi's Saadiyat Island cultural mega-development.
  • Why artists may not like the current art market.
  • How artists might be displaced by gentrification of the Tenderloin.
  • David Cameron has yet to sit for an official portrait for the Parliamentary Art Collection.
  • NY's Department of Cultural Affairs to measure diversity at city’s museums and performing arts groups.
  • Ben Davis lists 30 Art-Writing Clichés to Ditch in the New Year.
  • Christopher Glazek annotates his New York Times article on Stefan Simchowitz.
  • A list of 10 places in Los Angeles to draw nude models.
  • Streetcraft L.A. helping turn graffiti artists and taggers into commercial artists.
  • Patreon crowdfunded $10mil for artists in 2014.
  • Gates Foundation utilizing artwork in an effort to encourage vaccination.
  • The most-searched artists on eBay in the United States by state.
  • Preparations now under way for first Antarctic Biennale.
  • Paddy Johnson's predictions for the digital art world in 2015.
  • Bob Colacello examines the competition between the Met and MoMA.
  • Fred Tomaselli: The Times at OCMA will be the artist’s first West Coast museum exhibition.
  • About 40 exhibitions of Andy Warhol's work will be shown in university art museums and institutions in 2015.
  • Museum of Fine Arts opens time capsule from 1795.
  • Profile of the El Segundo Museum of Art.
  • LACMA to lend more than 130 pieces of Islamic art to The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture.
  • Berkeley Art Museum acquires artwork by Andrew Schoultz and Penelope Umbrico.
  • Detroit Institute of Arts reaches its pledge to raise $100mil. over 20 years for city.
  • British Museum's request to borrow work from Museum of Cycladic Art may be affected by Parthenon Marbles tension.
  • Reviews of the Jeff Koons retrospective at Centre Pompidou.
  • Quiiky, a gay travel company, starting sexuality-themed tours of the Vatican.
  • Marina Picasso selling an estimated $290mil. worth of her grandfather's artwork.
  • Sotheby's and Christie's increase guarantees on auction prices, despite risks.
  • Sotheby's to auction Claude Monet's Le Grand Canal, which is estimated to sell for £20–30mil.
  • How the sale of a Paul Cézanne reflects the current realities of the overall art market.
  • Steve Lazarides consigns some of his Banksy works to Bonhams.
  • Paddle8 to sell the only copy of the new Wu-Tang Clan album.
  • Issues of Charlie Hebdo receiving enormous interest on eBay.
  • Vito Schnabel taking over Bruno Bischofberger's gallery space in St. Moritz.
  • Glenn Horowitz Bookseller to open new gallery called Rare, across from MoMA.
  • Liz Craft and Alex Freedman answer some questions about Paramount Ranch.
  • 1:54, fair that focuses on contemporary art from Africa, will make its New York debut during Frieze NY.
  • Jerry Saltz and Marion Maneker writes about Stefan Simchowitz.
  • Simon de Pury talks about his experience and imparts some advice.
  • Q&A with Steve Turner.
  • Interview with Mark Flood about his gallery and collecting.
  • Collector's interview with Ryan Kortman.
  • Jamian Juliano-Villani, Jacolby Satterwhite, Catharine Ahearn, and Gaia are among those in Forbes' 30 Under 30 list.
  • Modern Painters' list of 24 artists to watch.
  • May Hands is Desktop Residency artist #35.
  • Bill Powers interviews Jonas Wood.
  • Jayson Musson has new web series called Adventures of Jamel.
  • Aram Moshayedi interviews Alex Israel.
  • Profile and interview with Sean Scully.
  • Scott Indrisek looks at Rascal House at Half Gallery.
  • Interview with Doug Rickard, who is now working with YouTube videos.
  • Sean Kelly Gallery now represents Hugo McCloud.
  • Takashi Murakami reveals his favorite Art Forum cover. He also invites his Instagram users to his Gagosian show for a #InstaMeet.
  • Andy Warhol's Batman film Batman Dracula.
  • NY Times writes about Rene Ricard.
  • Interview with William Wegman.
  • Erwin Recinos' photographs of Los Angeles from the past 5 years of his work.
  • Shy guy Chris Shaw "discovered" after being posted on Humans of New York.
  • Creative Capital announces over $4,370,000 in grants to 2015 Creative Capital awardees in art categories.
  • Ivan Grubanov to represent Serbia at 2015 Venice Biennale.
  • Larry Sultan's work now on exhibition at LACMA.
  • Kara Walker limited edition pitcher available from Artware Editions.
  • Cindy Sherman limited edition tray available from Sundance Institute.
  • Cali Thornhill Dewitt prints available in white and black.
  • Madonna uses images of historical icons with their faces wrapped in bondage to promote her album.
  • Brad Pitt sports nail art in public appearance.
  • PJ Harvey turns recording performance of her next album into art piece.
  • City Lit offers new class on selfie photography.
  • Restaurant review of Larry Gagosian-owned Kappo Masa.

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