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More stories from the week that ended May 3 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Images and information up for Aaron Garber-Maikovska's exhibition at Greene Exhibitions.
  • RIP: Sabeen Mahmud after she was murdered by gunmen outside her T2F art space.
  • RIP: Jane Farver, who died at 67 while in Venice working with Joan Jonas on her Biennale presentation.
  • Nepal's historic cultural landmarks severely damaged or destroyed in devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake.
  • New York's Museum of Biblical Art (MOBIA) to close for good this summer, after operating for a decade.
  • Costa Rica and Kenya both withdraw from the Venice Biennale.
  • Braun Barends hole piece at Mannheim museum ruled by court as not being art and will be covered.
  • Art Spiegelman's Maus book censored and removed from bookstores in Russia.
  • China government cracks down on art and literary awards.
  • Kenyan government has officially denounced its own pavilion at the upcoming 2015 Venice Biennale.
  • Uta Werner appealing a Munich court’s rejection of her legal challenge to Gurlitt art trove.
  • G&G Productions sues Rita Rusic claiming she stole a Basquiat from her husband that belongs to them.
  • Marco Evaristti jailed for pouring fruit dye into the Strokkur Geysir.
  • Obama administration proposing to eliminate 1031 tax break for exchanges of art and other collectibles.
  • Whitney Museum misrepresents Christopher Knight's opinion from over 20 years ago.
  • Ben Davis has worries about the new Whitney Museum.
  • Guggenheim NY occupied by protesters over workers rights issues linked to museum’s Abu Dhabi location.
  • Is Nicholas Serota to blame for the troubles at The Tate?
  • Kiev Biennial to open in Sept at Visual Culture Research Center after postponement.
  • Benjamin Genocchio criticizes purpose and findings of Hiscox Online Art Trade Report.
  • The debate about graffiti in nature parks and communities.
  • Bruce Cook defiant after police order him to take down a hay sculpture they deem offensive.
  • Hyundai commercial borrows heavily from the work of well-known street artists.
  • Christopher Knight reviews the new Whitney Museum building.
  • MoMA board endorse and give their support to Glen Lowry and Klaus Biesenbach.
  • Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe announces $1mil. gift to the Smithsonian Asian art museums.
  • Daniel W. Dietrich II donates $10mil. to ICA Philadelphia's curatorial program.
  • LA Weekly reviews the William Pope L show at MOCA.
  • WSJ talks to Okwui Enwezor about curating for the Venice Biennale.
  • Abraham Cruzvillegas plans to create large-scale installation with horticultural element for the Turbine Hall.
  • 10% of visitors to Dulwich Picture Gallery were able to spot single fake painting out of 270 in show.
  • Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art (MAK) purchases Harm van den Dorpel work using bitcoin.
  • KÖNIG GALERIE opens in Berlin with shows by Katharina Frosse and Jeppe Hein and has a 120-year lease.
  • Larry Gagosian may be planning on opening a gallery location in West Hollywood, CA.
  • Judd Tully reports on Phillips Design evening sale in London.
  • AFR reports on the Sotheby's Australia auction sale.
  • Part 1 of Artnet's Top 200 Art Collectors Worldwide for 2015. And here is Part 2.
  • Artnet writes about the Paris Photo LA art fair. Artinfo also has a preview.
  • Artinfo has highlights from the Art Brussels art fair.
  • Printed Matter moving to a larger, two-story location in Chelsea, NY.
  • CRG Gallery moving form Chelsea to the Lower East Side.
  • The Creators Project interviews Elmgreen and Dragset.
  • 2015 BP portrait award shortlist includes Michael Gaskell, Matan Ben-Cnaan, and Borja Buces Renard.
  • Monika Rostvold sits nude outside Texas State University campus library for art project about beauty. She talks about her project on the KTSW radio station.
  • Tyler Green talks to Liz Larner and Tamara Schenkenberg in the Modern Art Notes Podcast.
  • Eddie Martinez joins the artist stable at Mitchell-Innes & Nash.
  • A look at thirty years after The Guerrilla Girls came onto the scene.
  • Artnet talks to Thomas Struth.
  • Jeffrey Deitch plans street art show in Coney Island. Brian Boucher does not feel that it is a very smart project for him to take.
  • 2014 AICA award winners include Kara Walker, Mickalene Thomas, Robert Gober, and Pierre Huyghe.
  • Maurizio Cattelan's destroyed and buried sculpture.
  • WSJ profiles Alex Katz.
  • A day in the life of Sam McKinness.
  • NY Times writes about Banksy in Gaza.
  • Wanksy paints penises around potholes to bring them to the city's attention.
  • Paper Magazine's beautiful people in art list includes Chloe Wise, Sam McKinness, and Petra Cortright.
  • The Wall Street Journal reviews the Rina Banerjee show at Jacob Lewis Gallery.
  • LA><ART producing a ten-year anniversary publication with funds raised via Kickstarter.
  • Raymond Pettibon print featuring Kim Gordon and Dan Graham available to benefit The Kitchen.
  • Interview with Lee Skolnick about building a beach house with presentation of an art collection in mind.
  • Pierpaolo Barzan and Valeria Sorci of Depart Foundation share their favorite spots in Los Angeles.
  • Leonard Ursachi complaining that children are treating his sculpture like a jungle gym.
  • Aric Snee and Justin Crowe design the selfie-arm, so selfiers can pretend someone is with them taking their picture.

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