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More stories from the week that ended April 26 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Images and press release for Jamian Juliano-Villani's Crypod show a JTT gallery. The exhibition is a critic's pick at Artforum.
  • RIP: A. Alfred Taubman, who died at the age of 91 of a heart attack. A look at his art collection and what may become of the works in it.
  • Robert V. Gentile questioned again about Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist after he is arrested.
  • James Meyer sentenced to 18 months in prison for stealing from his boss Jasper Johns. Expresses regret.
  • Germany and Iraq asks UN to take action against the destruction by jihadist groups of Iraq's cultural sites.
  • Michael Ovitz sues AIG over Richard Prince paintings consigned to Perry Rubenstein and subsequently stolen.
  • Paul Nungesser sues Columbia University over Emma Sulkowicz art project mattress performance on campus.
  • The Museum of Sex hit with $82,192 lien in February for failing to pay sales tax since 2011.
  • Auctionata lays off 30 members (out of 60 total) of its New York staff.
  • Cecily Brown leaves Gagosian Gallery for Thomas Dane Gallery.
  • Strikes continue at London's National Gallery as union protests against museum’s plans to outsource jobs.
  • WSJ questions the sanity of art collectors.
  • Egypt reports that it has recovered 123 ancient artifacts that had been smuggled outside the country.
  • Stephen Shaheen explores authorship and the use of fabricators by artists.
  • Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres painting discovered in attic of the chapel of the former hospital Hôtel-Dieu.
  • LA Times writes about LACMA's 50th-anniversary gala, which raised $5mil.
  • Jerry Saltz writes about the new Whitney Museum. NY Times has a feature on the architecture of the new Whitney. Reservations for the May 2 block party are already full. Brian Boucher's 10 Reasons To Be Excited About The New Whitney Museum. Adam Weinberg eats cupcakes and talks about the new building.
  • A look at OCMA's efforts to rebrand itself.
  • MoMA launches walking tour of Jacob Lawrence's Harlem.
  • El Anatsui to be honored with Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at Venice Biennale.
  • 100-year commemoration of Armenian massacre to be marked at the Venice Biennale.
  • Stefan Edlis and wife donate collection of 42 works worth combined $500 million to Art Institute of Chicago.
  • Prada Foundation has a new arts complex in Milan.
  • Ben Davis lists New York's top ten secret art sites.
  • Chinati hosts two-hour sunrise tour of Donald Judd’s untitled installation of 100 aluminum boxes
  • Woody Allen Center museum dedicated to the film director to open in Barcelona.
  • Archaeologists discover ruins in China which may have been part of the Great Wall.
  • Bonham's sale of Iraqi Modernism (the first of its kind) breaks records and totals £1,237,250.
  • Artsy writes about how people are using Instagram to buy art.
  • Hiscox Online Art Trade Report using ArtTactic data reports that the online art market expanded in 2014.
  • A sneak peak at what some dealers are showing at Frieze New York.
  • Artsy takes a look at work by some emerging artists at Art Brussels.
  • Artnet has ten tips on how to make visiting art fairs more fun.
  • How and why some works of art are financed by outside investors.
  • Forbes looks at Rise Art, which rents artwork with the option to buy.
  • Larry Fink says contemporary art and luxury apartments are now better hedges against inflation than gold.
  • What the ultra-rich are buying to compete with their friends.
  • W Magazine shoots photographs of those behind online art world sites.
  • Tiroche DeLeon fund does well by investing in works by artists in developing countries.
  • Rachel Uffner's tips on becoming a boss.
  • Exhibition A interviews Artsy's Elena Soboleva.
  • A look at Marc and Sara Schiller's art collection.
  • Hyperallergic writes about Smart Objects's Armory Captures show.
  • Spike Magazine visits Matthew Robert Lutz-Kinoy.
  • Eight things you should be aware of regarding Rashid Johnson.
  • Caleb Neelon enlists youths from different sides of Bosnia’s ethnic divide to work on mural project.
  • The Creators Projects premieres new audiovisual work by Christian Marclay.
  • Roberta Smith talks about looking at art.
  • Audrey Wollen discusses Richard Prince's "The Figures" show at Luxembourg & Dayan.
  • Christo to create 3km of yellow walkways on Lake Iseo that will link islands to the mainland for first time.
  • Trudy Benson has a music playlist for when you're doing your hustle in the studio.
  • Phaidon looks at Sonia Delaunay.
  • Artspace interviews Jonas Mekas.
  • Seven fun facts about Willem de Kooning on occasion of his birthday.
  • David Ebony's Top 10 New York Gallery Shows for April on Artnet.
  • Paddle8 visits Dustin Yellin's studio.
  • Catherine Opie joins Lehmann Maupin's artist roster.
  • Jeremiah Jenkins art project gives you an MFA after 90 minutes of class and costs $0.
  • Mark Boulos, Emily Jacir, David Schutter, and Senam Okudzet among winners of 2015 Rome Prize.
  • Jessica Lange exhibition of photography opens in the Arts Santa Mònica center in Barcelona.
  • Jean-Michel Basquiat skate decks produced by The Skateroom available at Artspace.
  • Carolina Miranda asks - is it Art Basel or Coachella?
  • Alexa Chung's photography.

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