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More stories from the week that ended Sep 27 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Images and information up for Derek Paul Boyle - Roleplay exhibition at Smart Objects.
  • RIP: Brian Sewell, who died at the age of 84 after being diagnosed last year with cancer.
  • Anish Kapoor forced by French court to remove anti-semitic vandalism from his Versailles sculpture. The artist will perform an artistic intervention on the piece. He is appeals the decision and discusses more about the vandalism. Kapoor decides to cover the vagina sculpture with gold leaf.
  • BBC criticized for spending £8.16mil. on the space, which is referred to as a bizarre "digital arts" project.
  • Ashley Powell causes a stir by installing "White Only" and "Black Only" signs around SUNY Buffalo.
  • Zaha Hadid abandons a new bid for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics stadium design.
  • Musée d’Orsay closes for first day of Splendour and Misery show due to staff strike.
  • Teachers union holds protest outside Broad museum on public opening day Sunday.
  • Artists Space's landlord forces the venue’s temporary closure and the delay to construct a penthouse addition.
  • Valinda Freed caught on camera writing on business card using Thomas Hart Benton mural as support.
  • Jonathan Waxman recalls the time he turned down a portrait by Andy Warhol in exchange for food credit.
  • Guggenheim v Guggenheim case thrown out by French court and family has to pay foundation's legal fees.
  • PETA sues David Slater on behalf of monkey, claiming he had no right to sell monkey selfie from his camera.
  • Performers in museums seeking adequate wages.
  • Jennifer Russell plans to retire from her position at the Met at the end of December.
  • 5 successful gallery dealers that had to struggle before hitting it big.
  • The Chinese market is slowing down. Bloomberg looks at how the slowdown is affecting the art market.
  • Penta Daily warns of a art market bubble.
  • Fortune discusses fakes and art authentication issues.
  • Fox News thinks that Leonardo DiCaprio painted the Mona Lisa.
  • Larry Gagosian thinks Yves Bouvier's former position as head of freeports poses conflict of interest.
  • Marco Rubio criticized for planned fundraiser at home of Harlan Crow, since he owns Hitler paintings.
  • Banksy request visitors to Dismaland on Friday wear masks so he can attend without being photographed.
  • Artsy explains why Walter Benjamin is the art world's favorite theorist.
  • £7mil program aims to promote British culture in China.
  • Jeff Koons to unveil Pluto and Proserpina next to statue of David to coincide with Italy antiques biennial.
  • Netherlands and Rijksmuseum to buy two rare works by Rembrandt van Rijn for $90mil. each.
  • National Gallery of Art preparing to add more of Corcoran’s collection to its own.
  • Tate Modern's expansion set to open in June of 2016.
  • Hartwig Fischer to become first foreign-born director of British Museum since 1827.
  • Ng Teng Fong family gives $15mil. to The National Gallery Singapore.
  • William Poundstone reviews The Art of Our Time show at MOCA Grand Ave.
  • Kara Walker appointed as Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts’s Tepper Chair.
  • Diana Widmaier Picasso talks about Picasso.mania at the Grand Palais
  • Sotheby's to offer Kazimir Malevich's Mystic Suprematism (Black Cross on Red Oval) at $35-45mil. estimate. They also have Vincent van Gogh's Paysage sous un ciel mouvementé at $50-70mil.
  • Christie's teams up with Simon de Pury to offer Lambert Collection online.
  • 19th-Century "Continental School" painting sold by Nye and Company could actually be a real Rembrandt.
  • Heritage Auctions launches contemporary art department and sale.
  • Artnet looks at the Vienna Contemporary 2015 art fair.
  • Richard Calvocoressi joins Gagosian after being director of Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.
  • Wall Street Journal writes about Luxembourg’s Le Freeport art storage warehouse.
  • Philip Guston now represented by Hauser & Wirth. Vija Celmins is now with Matthew Marks Gallery.
  • Artnet writes about Maccarone's new LA location.
  • Artinfo explores Daniel Joseph Martinez as a collectible mid-career artist.
  • The Seen visits the private collection of Nancy and David Frej.
  • David Leppan talks about collecting Spanish and Italian portraitures and Old Masters artwork.
  • Emily Ratajkowski talks about art and art collecting with Sotheby's.
  • Kenny Schachter writes about art and billboards.
  • Greg Allen talks about his “Ex Collectio: The Bernard Madoff Provenance Project”.
  • Beatrix Ruf selected as recipient of Independent Curators International’s Agnes Gund Curatorial Award.
  • Postcommodity collective of artists will install two miles of scare-eye balloons at the U.S.-Mexico border in AZ.
  • Donald Judd prints to be exhibited in his Soho home.
  • Artspace interviews Katherine Bernhardt.
  • Jim Nutt wins Artists’ Legacy Foundation’s 2015 Artist Award.
  • Village Voice reviews Dana Schutz' show at Petzel.
  • Richard Prince to exhibit single work exhibition at Gladstone Gallery.
  • Laurie Anderson talks about her project of bringing Guantánamo to Park Avenue.
  • Juha van Ingen, and Janne Särkelä create 1000-year-long animated GIF.
  • Darren Bader looking for women with specific names for an artwork.
  • Candida Höfer is the winner of this year’s Cologne Fine Art Prize, which includes €10,000.
  • Roberta Smith reviews Ron Nagle at Matthew Marks Gallery.
  • Math Bass talks to Courtney Malick.
  • Studio International interviews Petra Cortright.
  • Michael Slenske writes about Graham Wilson.
  • Scott Indrisek talks to Keltie Ferris about her show.
  • Craig Hubert talks to Adrian Tomine.
  • Scott Indrisek reviews Stanya Kahn's show at Marlborough Chelsea.
  • Artnet looks at the best cities for artists in the 21st century.
  • David Ebony chooses his top 10 NY shows for the fall. Martin Herbert picks ten Oct shows around the world he thinks you shouldn't miss.
  • Jerry Saltz briefly reviews some shows in NY.
  • Zaha Hadid becomes first woman to win RIBA Royal Gold Medal for architecture.
  • Artcurial will be the exclusive European retailer of Jeff Koons’s Yellow Balloon Dog plate.

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