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rosy keyser at maccarone 2015

More stories from the week that ended May 11 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Anneliese Cooper reviews Rosy Keyser's show at Maccarone.
  • Two gunmen killed in Texas at exhibition featuring cartoons of Muhammad.
  • Two visitors to Loggie dei Militi damage Statue of the Two Hercules when they attempt to take a selfie with it.
  • Guy Wildenstein has been referred to criminal court for tax evasion.
  • Sterling Ruby leaves Hauser & Wirth.
  • Artnet reports a loss of $3.9mil. for 2014.
  • Anne Flanagan will retire as deputy director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
  • Valuable Roman mosaics badly damaged during botched restoration work at Hatay Archaeology Museum.
  • Tretyakov Gallery investigated for providing false valuations of artworks.
  • Federal appeals court strikes down law that required CA residents to pay artists a royalty for sales out of state.
  • Are museums seen as intimidating or "off-limits" for minorities?
  • 5 paintings missing since WWII being repatriated to Germany.
  • The hypocrisy of the Venice Biennale. Benjamin Genocchio thinks the Biennale is morose, joyless, and ugly.
  • Overcrowded bridge collapses in Venice sending Prada partygoers into water. Christoph Büchel's contribution to the Venice Biennale is labeled by police as a threat to public safety.
  • More creative people are migrating from New York City and Brooklyn to Los Angeles. LA Weekly is suspicious of some of the articles claims.
  • Tehran billboards feature works of art.
  • English Heritage conservator discovers that the painting she was restoring was a genuine Titian.
  • Leah Ollman reviews the Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography" show at The Getty Center.
  • The opening of the Prada Foundation in Milan. A look at Rem Koolhaus' design.
  • Japanese American National Museum acquire artifacts and artworks created in internment camps.
  • Whitney Museum hangs Jackson Pollock painting vertically, even though signature suggests horizontal.
  • Images from the Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Gala 2015. Highlights from the Met Costume Institute's China: Through the Looking Glass exhibition.
  • A look at Yoko Ono as she prepares for her MoMA show.
  • The Guggenheim Museum in New York donates 100 images of artworks from its collection to Wikipedia.
  • Grace Farms commissions works by Thomas Demand, Olafur Eliasson, and others for its new building.
  • Museum of Royal Collections asking for four paintings currently in the Prado's collection.
  • The Independent's guide to the Venice Biennale. Bloomberg also highlights some of the exhibits at the Biennale. Artnet previews it by browsing Instagram and sees some wacky things. Phaidon also has a guide. How to understand the lineup.
  • Are indications pointing to Christie's slowly phasing out its Modern and Impressionism sale?
  • Steven A. Cohen, Steve Wynn and Sheldon Solow among the sellers with work in May auctions.
  • Preview of John Whitehead's collection being sold by Christie's.
  • Could Christie's see a billion-dollar auction sale total?
  • Le Corbusier sculpture sells at Christie's in Zurich for $3.3mil. - a new record for the artist.
  • Sales report from Sotheby's Impressionist and Modern auction.
  • Wang Zhongjun reported as buyer of $29.9mil Picasso from Goldwyn collection sold at Sotheby's.
  • Harvard Business School studies the ramifications of Marina Picasso's sale of her grandfather's works.
  • Exploration of the affect auctions have on an artist's career.
  • Paul Kasmin and Pace Gallery join the inaugural Seattle Art Fair as exhibitors.
  • Artnet lists reasons why Paris Photo LA is the ultimate California art fair.
  • Marion Maneker rounds up the sales report from Art Brussels.
  • Interview with Heather Hubbs about NADA.
  • A look at today's Chinese art collectors and what they are buying.
  • A look at the photography medium within the wider art market.
  • Sir Frederic Leighton study for Flaming June discovered behind door and will be sold. It will also be exhibited at The Frick Collection.
  • Guerilla Girls doing a two week pop-up exhibition at Abrons Arts Center.
  • Interview Magazine interviews Jonathan D'Agostino and Beth Fiore about their new gallery called D&F.
  • Leo Fitzpatrick joins Marlborough Chelsea as a director.
  • Artspace interviews Alan Servais about collecting.
  • Profile of Theaster Gates.
  • Ellsworth Kelly could receive a Congressional Gold Medal for his service during WWII.
  • Anneliese Cooper reviews Dan Colen's show at Venus Over Los Angeles.
  • Artinfo tours the national pavilions at the Venice Biennale. A look at Sarah Lucas' work at the Biennale. Simon Denny's work in the Biennale. Kevin McGarry chooses some winners. Artspace shows you how to pronounce Venice Biennale artists' names.
  • JR discusses his cover for the NY Times Magazine cover.
  • Time Out reviews Jamian Juliano-Villani's Crypod show at JTT.
  • Keith J Varadi discusses Fiona Connor's recent show at 1301PE in ARTFRUM.
  • Phaidon provides a primer on Art Brut.
  • Frances Stark and Mark Godfrey each win the 2015 Absolut Art Award.
  • Scott Indrisek chooses five must-see gallery shows up right now in NY.
  • John Newsom creates artwork for Raekwon's new album.
  • Interview with Alli Coates and Signe Pierce about their American Reflexxx film.
  • A look at the Manifest Justice show in Los Angeles.
  • LA Times writes about Thomas Houseago's installation at Rockefeller Center.
  • Scott Indrisek looks at Hope Gangloff's work.
  • Ishiuchi Miyako photographs Frida Kahlo's personal belongings for exhibition.
  • WSJ visits with Jeff Koons and talks family.
  • Interview with Cecily Brown.
  • An hour with David Salle.
  • Liam Gillick designs a tattoo that will be auctioned.
  • Travis Diehl looks at Max Maslansky's show at Honor Fraser.
  • New work by Isaac Cordal called The School.
  • Images of Easter Island heads with their bodies.
  • Sam Falls limited edition LP with blue marbled vinyl record available from Ballroom Marfa.
  • Vincent van Gogh lookalike rides the train in New York.

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