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More stories from the week that ended April 5 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • An interview with Max Frintrop, who discusses his background, work, and future projects.
  • RIP: Andrew Getty, grandson of J. Paul Getty, who died at the age of 47. He had a series of health issues leading up to his death.
  • RIP: Paule Anglim, who died of old age in her 90s. SF Gate talks about her life.
  • RIP: Albert Irvin, who died at the age of 92.
  • RIP: Michael Rush, who died at the age of 65 due to pancreatic cancer.
  • Identities of suspects in Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist revealed. Unfortunately, they are dead.
  • Orange County Museum of Art lays off five staff members, including chief curator Dan Cameron.
  • Crane tips over at Dallas Museum of Art, narrowly missing hitting Mark di Suvero sculpture.
  • Warhol Museum’s expansion to New York abruptly canceled after two years.
  • Matthew Barney suing Björk for equal share custody of their daughter.
  • Rabie Dardouna tricked into selling his Banksy Gaza door for only £118.
  • RBC Trust Company Ltd. may be charged with participating in tax fraud and money laundering by Guy Wildenstein.
  • Nayef Homsi to be arrested for selling about $500k of ancient religious artifacts stolen from temples in Nepal and India.
  • Lee Yuet-fung pleads not guilty to common assault after being accused of throwing a cup at a flight attendant.
  • Honolulu Museum of Art returns seven rare artifacts that they were not aware had been looted from India.
  • Pierre-Auguste Renoir painting discovered in the safe of Darius Valcov, who was being investigated for corruption.
  • Thom Mayne's design renderings for new luxury hotel in Vals receiving tons of criticism.
  • Klaus Albrecht Schröder calling for a time limit on all Nazi-loot restitution claims on art in public collections.
  • Penelope Curtis leaving her position as director of Tate Britain to run the Calouste Gulbenkian museum.
  • Whitney Museum increasing admission fee from $20 to $22.
  • Revolver gallery withdraws from showing at this year’s Art Lima fair in protest against art policies by the city's mayor.
  • Jeffrey Soros takes offense to Mitchell L Moss' New York bias.
  • UNESCO vows in Baghdad to step up measures aimed at protecting Iraq's heritage, which has been targeted by militants.
  • Dutch royal family will return Joris van der Haagen painting thought to have been looted by Nazis during WWII.
  • Pissarro painting from Gurlitt trove determined to be looted and will be returned to owner's heir.
  • California’s court rules that Goudstikker heirs’ claim against Norton Simon Museum over Cranach works can proceed.
  • Queens councilman wants public hearings on NYC public art plans after outcry over Ohad Meromi sculpture.
  • Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan appeals ruling that he must pay damages to artist after denouncing his work.
  • Yves Bouvier's Natural Le Coultre opens a facility in Shanghai.
  • Artnet's list of the top ten Los Angeles art power couples.
  • College students majoring in art programs more likely to have sex.
  • Artnet has tips on how to promote your Instagram account.
  • Gustav Klimt's Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer goes on view at Neue Galerie.
  • National Videogame Arcade musuem opens in Nottingham. Features ~20,000 items from the Science Museum’s collection.
  • Artnews covers Jamian Juliano-Villani’s show at MOCAD.
  • WSJ looks at Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks at Brooklyn Museum.
  • Getty Museum and LACMA each plan Robert Mapplethorpe retrospectives, opening simultaneously.
  • FAILE showing at the Brooklyn Museum starting in July.
  • Some images from Australia's national gallery's naked art tours.
  • When Harvard Art Museums turn off the lights illuminating its Rothkos.
  • Princeton University Library acquires Jacques Derrida's personal library.
  • Scott Indrisek reviews the Bjork show at MoMA.
  • Turin's Egyptian museum reopens to public after five year renovation.
  • Oscar Niemeyer Museum recipient of 139 works seized from individuals involved in corruption scandal involving Petrobras.
  • Tom Wiscombe Architecture's challenges in building the Old Bank District LA Museum.
  • Pope Francis invites and greets 150 of Rome's homeless to visit Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums.
  • Tracey Emin's installation work, My Bed returns to Tate Britain and is now viewable at the museum.
  • Artists representing Kenya at the Venice Biennale are almost all Chinese.
  • The National Palace Museum in Taipei had the top three best-attended museum exhibitions in 2014.
  • Research shows that nearly one third of solo shows in US museums go to artists represented by just five galleries.
  • Immersive and event-driven projects dominated the ten best-attended solo museum shows of the past six years.
  • Dave Hickey writes about some recent museum shows and the art world.
  • Colin Geadell reports on some recent auctions.
  • Sotheby's to offer six Monet paintings in its Spring evening sales.
  • Doyle to auction collection of love letters from Frida Kahlo to José Bartoli.
  • Artsy revealed to have interest in selling wine.
  • Auctionata raises $45mil. in a Series C round of funding.
  • FLUX Art Fair will be Harlem's first contemporary art fair.
  • Crystal & Co. partners with AIG Private Client Group to create insurance for private clients with conceptual art pieces.
  • Stefan Simchowitz in Novembre Magazine.
  • Brief article about Gustav Klimt's The Kiss.
  • Carol Bove's guide for artists.
  • Alice Könitz is Side Street Projects' 2015 Phantom Ball artist with a limited edition print available for $150.
  • Geoff Hargadon has a Ca$h For Your Warhol show at LMNL.
  • Interview with Thomas Nozkowski.
  • The Guardian talks to Glenn Ligon.
  • Profile of Zhang Xiaogang, using five of his paintings for perspective.
  • Alex Gardega speaks of his experience visiting Jeff Koons' studio.
  • Shana Nys Dambrot looks at the work of John Knuth.
  • T Magazine writes about Cy Twombly's assistant Nicola del Roscio and his place in Gaeta.
  • Artnet's list of New York's 10 Most Beautiful Public Art Shows for Spring.
  • Paddle8 lists some of the all-time greatest art jokes.
  • DRx Romanelli x Shane Campbell Gallery customized tote bags available at the Shane Campbell web store.
  • SelfMadeHero to publish biographical graphic novels about Picasso and van Gogh.

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