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More stories from the week that ended March 10:
  • Art13 organizes successful fair during Frieze offering more affordable art. Banksy pictured among works sold.
  • RIP: Thomas McEvilley, who died of cancer at age 73.
  • LACMA makes a preliminary offer for taking over MOCA, but Eli Broad may block it. Christopher Knight writes about the possible merger.
  • $30 million worth of artwork by Arthur Pinajian discovered in a garage in New York.
  • The Tacoma Art Museum’s sale of a collection of Chinese robes and jades have upset the family that donated it. The parties later reach a settlement in their dispute.
  • Feds allege that Philip Rivkin used money fraudulently funneled through his company Green Diesel to buy art.
  • University of Colorado censors student Clarissa Peppers's piece, removing then reinstating it from a show.
  • Dutch police arrest 19-year old Romanian woman in connection with Rotterdam art heist.
  • David LaChapelle sued for $1 mil by gallery director who says he beat & choked him to near unconsciousness.
  • Indianapolis Museum of Art cuts 29 jobs (or 11% of its work force) in order to save money.
  • Staatsgalerie Stuttgart returns looted Virgin and Child to the estate of Max Stern as part of WWII restitution.
  • On the heels of the Banksy mural (non)sale, other dubious, illegal ,and unethical art market stories.
  • Charles Lutz creates Brillo Box installation at Armory that VIP goers were able to take away.
  • Google lauches Art Talk on Google+.
  • Robert Indiana to have first retrospective in NY museum (Whitney), 35 years after he left for Vinalhaven.
  • The Philadelphia Museum of Art expands underground.
  • 980 Madison building, home to Gagosian Gallery, among other tenants, goes on the market.
  • Kavi Gupta becomes largest commerical gallery in Chicago after purchasing a second space for all cash.
  • The Met buys what may be a authentic Jacques-Louis David drawing for only $840 at auction.
  • Portrait of a Lady, by Picasso, acquired by Louvre Abu Dhabi. Will go on show at Birth of a Museum exhibition.
  • George Lucas proposes Presidio museum devoted to the art of storytelling.
  • Jonathan Jones likes the use of ready-mades in artwork.
  • Mark Wallinger unveils statue of racehorse in The Mall, hoping it could help secure funding for bigger version.
  • Christie's asks Lena Dunham questions about Andy Warhol.
  • Leo Villareal's LED lights go on on the Bay Bridge.
  • Gavin Turk to bring hovering magic carpet to Bristol for Museums At Night.
  • Ross Bleckner film raising money on Kickstarter.
  • Dave Matthews makes silkscreen works that sells for between $9,000 - $42,000 at Robert Miller Gallery.
  • William Wegman's first animated gif.
  • Wil Aballe Projects releases a Aurel Schmidt limited edition print.
  • Limited edition Jayson Musson, aka Hennessy Youngman, book released.
  • New Norman Rockwell exhibition at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Arkansas.
  • Momo doing some work in Jamaica.
  • Sobekcis has a show currently showing in Austria.
  • New mural and interview with La Pandilla.
  • Ben Eine putting in work in East London.
  • An interview with Logan Hicks.
  • Hottea getting busy in Los Angeles.
  • Joe Fig's sculptural renditions of famous artists' studios.
  • An interview with Daniel Arsham.
  • Ryan Heshka has a new show brewing in Milan.
  • Steven Harrington has designed a limited edition lamp with Case Studyo.

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