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More stories from the last week (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Parker Ito - A Lil Taste of Cheeto in the Night opens at Chateau Shatto's off-site exhibition space.
  • RIP: Phyllis Diebenkorn, who died at the age of 93 in San Francisco.
  • Man with large knives shot dead by police outside of Groninger Museum
  • Victoria & Albert museum removes a depiction of Prophet Mohamed from its website due to security concerns.
  • Why censorship of art is wrong.
  • Artists share how "Shoah" has inspired them to create new narratives about the Holocaust.
  • Loris Gréaud accuses critic Lauren Smart of being undersexed and ignorant.
  • Frank Lloyd Gallery closes and Frank Lloyd discusses why.
  • BP revealed to have donated £3.8mil to Tate over 17-year period.
  • Police in Spain uncover ring of art forgers specialized in the creation of counterfeit Old Masters.
  • US and UK collaborate to halt illicit trafficking of antiquities from Syria and Iraq.
  • Sotheby's raises its rates on buyer's premiums.
  • Art market affected by the decline in the Euro.
  • Zaha Hadid withdraws lawsuit New York Review of Books and Martin Filler after settlement reached.
  • Luc Tuymans talks about his plagiarism court case and subsequent fine.
  • How artists are reacting and resisting the art market and flipping.
  • Neil Simmons's once-decapitated marble statue of Lady Thatcher now viewable only by appointment.
  • What you need to know about sales and use tax for artwork purchases and sales.
  • San Francisco street artists replace anti-Islamic ads with adjustments and Kamala Khan images.
  • Tom Lentz to step down as director of Harvard Art Museums.
  • Philippines returns to Venice Biennale after a 51 year hiatus.
  • Street art appears in the ruble of demolished buildings in Shanghai.
  • US Army seeks experienced curators, art historians and museum directors to provide expert advice in combat zones.
  • Interview with David Kordansky about the art scene in Los Angeles.
  • King Salman bin Abdulaziz pledges $267,000 for each art club in Saudi Arabia.
  • Smithsonian to open its first international space in a London cultural complex.
  • Keanu Reeves to give a talk at the Foundation Beyeler about Gauguin.
  • Craft & Folk Art Museum's "Man-Made: Contemporary Male Quilters" features quilts by male artists.
  • Skirball Cultural Center to host Rock & Roll Billboards of the Sunset Strip exhibition.
  • Christopher Knight reviews Dan McCleary retrospective at the USC Fisher Museum of Art.
  • National Museum of Animals and Society (NMAS) opens Fall 2015 and is crowdfunding.
  • Seattle Art Museum and the Clark Art Institute of Williamstown, Mass. make Super Bowl bet.
  • Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden asking docents it previously let go to return, reducing minimum hours.
  • Williamsburg cultural center looking for arts ideas for its firehouse space that it will renovate.
  • Renovation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House complete.
  • Artnet's 2014 Annual Auction Results findings show global fine art auction market reaches $16.1bil.
  • Damien Hirst butterfly work sells for $1.6mil at Art Stage Singapore.
  • Steve Lazarides' Banksy works at Bonhams sells (30 of 33 lots) for $691,113 total.
  • Background on Peter Doig's piece coming up for sale at Sotheby's.
  • Christie's Old Master paintings and Renaissance sales could break records. It wound up being a disaster.
  • Constable painting purchased in 2013 for $5,300 sells for $5mil. at Sotheby's.
  • Art Cologne and NADA joining forces again this year to present second edition of COLLABORATIONS fair.
  • Interview with Liz Craft about the Paramount Ranch art fair.
  • Artspace has a list of artists to watch at Paramount Ranch and ALAC art fairs.
  • Pierre Bismuth making film about search for Ed Ruscha's Rocky II fake rock and is crowdfunding for it.
  • Pamela Rosenkranz to exhibit at the Pavilion of Switzerland at the 2015 Venice Biennial.
  • Trisha Donnelly, Camille Henrot, Ragnar Kjartansson, and Frances Stark among those shortlisted for Absolut Art Award.
  • Shepard Fairey makes an appearance on Portlandia.
  • Profile of Kehinde Wiley.
  • Artinfo reviews Harmony Korine's show at Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills.
  • Jeremy Millar creates and exhibits a sculpture of himself dead.
  • James Bridle recreates images of British detention centers, closed courts, and other areas used to deport people.
  • Laurie Simmons now photographing people for the first time.
  • Paddy Johnson reviews Ryder Ripps' show at Postmasters.
  • El Anatsui limited edition available on Artspace.
  • Puma collaborates with Ethan Cook on shoes.
  • Larry Gagosian-owned Kappo Masa has one of the most overpriced dishes in NY, according to NY Post.

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