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More stories from the week that ended Jan 18 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Images from Michael Rey's solo exhibition at Cherry and Martin up.
  • RIP: Milton Hebald, who died at the age of 97 in West Hollywood, CA.
  • Charlie Hebdo’s new issue after terrorist attack features prophet Muhammad on cover. JR's images of Charlie Hebdo contributors appear on the streets of Paris.
  • Jean de Boulogne bronze sculpture stolen at Musée des Arts Décoratifs later found in restroom trash can.
  • Joseph Gibbons robs bank as art.
  • Nestlé has trademark infringement claim against Anthony Antonellis.
  • Helge Achenbach confesses to more fraud of his clients.
  • Is the Brant Foundation a elaborate scam to reduce taxes?
  • American Royalties Too Act (ART) dead for now.
  • George Zimmerman arrested after dispute over a painting.
  • Andres Serrano may sue AP for their prior licensing of his Piss Christ image.
  • Two academics claim that arts coverage in all British newspapers breaches suicide reporting guidelines.
  • Art gallery assistant chases down booze thief, who gets arrested by police.
  • Governor Brown's budget plan would slash California's arts grant spending.
  • New FAA regulations may restrict the use of drones in works of art.
  • Lombard Freid Gallery to close due to differences between the partners.
  • Area surrounding Louvre-Lens in France facing eviction conflict.
  • Grace Kook-Anderson leaves her position as curator of contemporary art at Laguna Art Museum.
  • Doug Fishbone puts forged painting in Dulwich Picture Gallery as his conceptual art project.
  • The mystery of who Banksy is.
  • Ben Davis thinks NY's art scene is doomed.
  • George Washington University to sell Corcoran College’s historic Fillmore building.
  • Street that Marcel Duchamp and Norman Rockwell once lived on target of naming controversy.
  • 20 major museum directorships open in Italy as the country looks for candidates who can fundraise.
  • Advocate groups want the US to adopt new art standards to get schools to focus on art again.
  • The findings from three new NEA reports on the arts in the US.
  • Kenny Schachter writes about art debate and Jerry Saltz on Facebook.
  • What Aby Rosen has been doing as New York's arts council chairman.
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston unveils $450mil. expansion plans.
  • Ten J.E.H. MacDonald artworks found and donated to the Vancouver Art Gallery.
  • Pierre Huyghe to create an installation on the Met's rooftop.
  • Seattle Museum Month offers visitors staying in city's hotels 50% off admission at more than 40 museums.
  • Study finds average art museum relies overwhelmingly on donors, the government, and return on endowment for its income.
  • Museums using creative ways to raise big cash.
  • Future of Corcoran Gallery of Art's art collection up in the air.
  • The release of Björk's next album will coincide with her MoMA show.
  • Dasha Zhukova hires Rem Koolhaas to be the architect of Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • Mark Di Suvero's Dreamcatcher sculpture coming to UCSF Mission Bay.
  • Possible second version of Mona Lisa by da Vinci goes on tour in Asia.
  • Sotheby's to auction Monet's Les Peupliers à Giverny, which is being sold by MoMA. The auction house also wins in court over Caravaggio painting lawsuit.
  • Francesco Bonami organizing auction of Italian art at Phillips in New York.
  • Works from the 1960s dominate contemporary art auctions.
  • A list of The 10 Most Expensive Auction Trophies of 2014.
  • Will the art market bubble burst in 2015?
  • Survey shows that art dealers think the art market will continue to boom.
  • Will Chinese collectors ever catch on to photography?
  • Interest in Jesús Rafael Soto's market gaining steam.
  • Damien Hirst, Takashi Murakami, and other artists donate Lionel Messi work to benefit charity.
  • Artnet writes about the LA Art Show.
  • Gagosian Gallery to recreate Henry Moore's studio in London.
  • Exhibition A interviews Paul Bright.
  • Interview with Jacob Lewis, who is probably in his silk pajamas right this moment.
  • Chris Stein exhibits photographs of Debbie Harry at Somerset House.
  • Vito Acconci hired to create new piece of public architecture in Hobart.
  • Studio visit with Eva and Adele.
  • Nicholas Pilato's exhibition at Anat Ebgi featured on 2-Times.
  • Kehinde Wiley to receive U.S. Department of State Medal of Arts.
  • John Waters has a show up at Marianne Boesky Gallery.
  • Zhang Huan's Buddha sculptures arrive in Sydney.
  • Andrew M. Goldstein interviews Tomi Ungerer.
  • Interview with Tania Bruguera on her detention and work.
  • Gordon Shrigley runs for political office in the UK.
  • One Fine Bid has their artists to watch list for 2015.
  • Hugo Guinness gets an Oscar nomination.
  • Yung Jake making portraits of celebrities using emojis.
  • Adam Pendleton limited edition available from Whitechapel Gallery.
  • Signed and numbered David Shrigley print available.
  • Callum Innes prints available from Ingleby Gallery.
  • New limited edition items by Julia Chiang.
  • Lazarides releases new Antony Micallef print.
  • Kate Middleton's art history degree and how it is helping her with her royal duties.
  • Amber Heard honored at Art of Elysium Heaven Gala, which featured Marina Abramovich performances.
  • McDonald's redesigns takeout bags, giving it a more minimalist design.

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