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More stories from the week that ended July 26 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Images and information up for David Hockney's show at L.A. Louver.
  • Sergei Ustinov, founder of Museum of Jewish History in Russia remains hospitalized after being shot in head.
  • Gerhard Richter disowns his early works from West German period.
  • Georg Baselitz follows through with his threat to remove his artwork on loan to German museums.
  • Xiao Yuan accused of stealing 143 paintings over course of two years and replacing them with forgeries.
  • Reed Galin sues Kunitaki Hamada over sale of Andrew Wyeth painting at Christie's.
  • Kimono controversy at Museum of Fine Arts in Boston still going strong.
  • Mural in Philadelphia featuring Bill Cosby gets painted over.
  • Fatima and Eskander Maleki reach settlement with Amir Shariat after they accuse the advisor of secret profits.
  • Charlie Hebdo editor Laurent Sourisseau says he will no longer draw cartoons of Muhammad.
  • Rome's Fontana di Trevi has a rat infestation.
  • Students that were affected by fire at Glasgow School of Art finally has their exhibition.
  • Artists install work in Fukushima’s radioactive zone, but it will not be publicly seen for decades.
  • NY Times looks at Subhash Kapoor and his smuggling case.
  • Robert "Bobby the Cook" Gentile complaining about FBI tactics used on him in effort of solving Gardner heist.
  • Louis Vuitton ends its collaborative relationship with Takashi Murakami.
  • Steven Cohen having a hard time selling his Bloomberg Tower apartment in Manhattan.
  • Christie’s sales growth cools in the first half of 2015 and Sotheby's sales is also flat during the same period.
  • Building of Zaha Hadid Tokyo Olympic stadium project cancelled.
  • Christopher Knight worries about the trend of commercialization in museums.
  • Documenta will still go on in Germany and Greece despite debt troubles.
  • A look at the thriving art scene in Brussels.
  • Interest in Iranian art increasing after nuclear deal.
  • Billionaire art collectors that also financially support presidential candidates.
  • Carl Schafer working to ensure that CA public schools enforce law to teach art and music.
  • Man buys painting at thrift store and discovers that it may be a Sigmar Polke work.
  • Rirkirt Tiravanija's Unclebrother passes its health inspection.
  • LA Times writes about the collaboration between MOCA and Underground Museum.
  • Long read about the situation at LACMA.
  • Steve McQueen and Kanye West's short film All Day coming to LACMA for four days.
  • Christopher Knight reviews Mark Bradford at the Hammer Museum.
  • Parrish Art Museum adds four new trustees to its board.
  • A look The Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh.
  • Art and Empire at Tate Britain will explore the nation's colonial past from a critical perspective.
  • Pablo Picasso's Paris studio re-opens to the public as Maya Picasso Foundation for Arts Education.
  • NYU’s Fales Library and Special Collections acquire archives of Triple Canopy.
  • Leonardo DiCaprio-hosted fundraising gala for Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation raises over $40mil.
  • Christie's writes about the hot Colombian art market.
  • Art market in the United States is still growing, according to figures.
  • Danielle Steel selling her art colection that was in her Stinson Beach home.
  • Part 1 of Artnet's list of the top 55 galleries to know in Europe. And also Part 2.
  • Hans Haacke, R.H. Quaytman, and others discuss artist resale royalties in the US.
  • When galleries allow clients to take artwork home and purchase on approval.
  • Bloomberg writes about Verisart and its attempt to digitize and verify every art object ever made.
  • Arthena creates a mutual fund for art.
  • Jeff Koons may be building massive 50,200 sq. ft. studio in Hell's Kitchen, NY. He also recommends some art, books, and food for the summer.
  • WSJ looks at Ellsworth Kelly's early work.
  • Harmony Korine talks about skateboarding with Patrick O'Dell.
  • Ken Johnson reviews the Ebecho Muslimova show at Room East.
  • ARTnews interviews Petra Cortright.
  • Ai Weiwei gets his passport back after four years.
  • Artnet chooses 8 quotes they like by Alex Katz.
  • Shepard Fairey doing a Live Talks event on Oct 6.
  • Sam Van Aken creates tree that grows 40 different varieties of fruit.
  • Theaster Gates creates his first public project in UK.
  • Scott Indrisek chooses 5 shows that you should see in NY.
  • WSJ writes about Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach.
  • MOCA store has Jeff Koons' Balloon Dog Yellow limited edition plate.
  • KAWS pin/badge available at Artzuid.
  • Hajime Sorayama _sexy Robot standing model _A edition available for pre-order.
  • A look at the cast and crew of KIDS, 20 years later.
  • 8 artists whose signature sartorial look matches their artwork.
  • Satirical interview with Techno Viking.
  • Donald Trump had plans on getting into the art business.

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