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More stories from the week that ended Oct 4 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Mousse looks at Michael Manning's latest show.
  • RIP: Antonio Ramos, 27, who was shot while working on commissioned mural intended to reduce violence.
  • RIP: Leonid Nikolayev of Voina, who died at the age of 31 in a timber cutting accident.
  • RIP: Alan Moore, who died at the age of 101.
  • RIP: Ionel Talpazan, who died at the age of 60 due to complications of a stroke and advanced diabetes.
  • RIP: Sebastiano Magnanini, art thief who died at the age of 47 under suspicious circumstances.
  • RIP: Frank Bramblett, who died at the age of 67 due to idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
  • RIP: Uggie, who starred in the film The Artist, dies at the age of 13 due to prostate tumor.
  • Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi, charged in destruction of mausoleums and a mosque in Timbuktu, appears in court.
  • Anish Kapoor accused by French official of declaring war on France.
  • Faith47's mural in support of Atena Farghadani in Red Hook vandalized by paintballs and will be painted over.
  • Princess Eugenie banned from taking anymore time off at Hauser & Wirth after only working half her time so far.
  • Sandy Heller subpoenaed in the Rybolovlev and Bouvier case.
  • Knoedler Gallery and Ann Freedman will have to go to trial in two cases involving fake works.
  • Luc Tuymans reaches out-of-court settlement with photographer Katrijn Van Giel in a copyright dispute.
  • Group of men posing as officials try to remove art in Armenian Pavilion at Beijing Biennale.
  • Great Salt Lake in Utah, where Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty located, facing most critical drought in history.
  • Two Goya works, a painting and a drawing, stolen from a private home in Villanueva de la Cañad in Spain.
  • Toledo Museum of Art to return four works to India that could possibly have been stolen.
  • Max Geller and supporters to picket Museum of Fine Arts hoping to persuade it to remove Renoir from its walls.
  • Catalog in France's archive shows how top Nazi Hermann Goering amassed stolen fine art during WWII.
  • Print of Robert Mapplethorpe's Man in Polyester Suit, which was at the center of culture war, heads to auction.
  • Man arrested, accused of purposely destroying Dale Chihuly glass sculpture at the Tacoma Art Museum.
  • Sam Larson accuses Forever 21 of stealing his work.
  • Katya Kazakina writes about the cooling of the market for young artists' work.
  • The end of Freddy in Baltimore.
  • Dozens of artists losing studio space in three Ninth Street buildings in Gowanus due to new management.
  • Royal College of Art in a state of jeopardy as staff members quit and students protest.
  • Dia abandons previous plans for new building in Chelsea and to use existing real estate it has instead.
  • Maxwell Anderson leaving as director of Dallas Museum of Art to work at New Cities Foundation in NYC.
  • Scott Reyburn discusses the opacity of the art market.
  • Basquiat estate trying to control photographs of the artist nude.
  • Jeff Koons explains why his work is not about the strive for luxury.
  • Sotheby's debt spike could hurt the company’s credit in a downturn and leads to downgrade in rating.
  • Banksy's Dismaland to be dismantled and sent to Calais to be used to build shelter for migrants.
  • Experts believe that they have found the skeletal remains of model for Mona Lisa.
  • Bill protecting artistic freedom passed into law by France’s National Assembly.
  • French government prepared to pay up to $90mil. to keep one of two Rembrandt paintings in the country. France and Netherlands to jointly buy the pictures.
  • Art initiative expedition accidentally uncovers new glow-in-the-dark sea turtle.
  • Artsy discusses the level of Britishness in the London art market.
  • The Walker Art Center announces recent acquisitions to its collection.
  • Rose Art Museum opens offsite gallery called Rosebud.
  • Dia Art Foundation hires James Meyer to be deputy director and chief curator.
  • Gabriele Finaldi vows to keep admission to National Gallery in London free.
  • Getty seeks to preserve memory of Palmyra's Roman ruins through acquisition of rare photography collection.
  • William Poundstone explores the Broad's storage of artwork. The connection of Urs Fischer's street light piece at the Broad to Chris Burden's Urban Light.
  • Turner Prize show opens at Tramway gallery in Glasgow. Artnet reviews the show.
  • The Art Newspaper visits John Hoyland’s show at Damien Hirst's Newport Street Gallery. Jonathan Jones reviews the show.
  • Herzog and de Meuron's design for the new Vancouver Art Gallery.
  • Frida Kahlo show set to break attendance record at New York Botanical Garden.
  • Exhibits from the Museum of Innocence will go on show early next year at Somerset House.
  • Performa announces its roster for 2015 biennial. Cait Munro has a preview.
  • ArtForum has details on the upcoming edition of Manifesta.
  • Zachary Kaplan promoted to executive director at Rhizome.
  • Katya Kazakina writes about the upcoming auction season.
  • Sarah Hanson takes an in-depth look at daytime auctions.
  • Leonardo DiCaprio winning bidder ($250k) for Walton Ford’s Pacific Theater painting at charity auction.
  • Phillips to auction print of William Eggleston’s Memphis (Tricycle) next week.
  • Heffel to offer three Lawren Harris works on occasion of the artist's Hammer retrospective.
  • Adam Sheffer appointed president of Art Dealers Association of America.
  • Artinfo has a sneak peak of Frieze London 2015.
  • The New Yorker writes about the market for Tansaekhwa artwork.
  • NY Times writes about estate planning and art collecting.
  • Larry's List interviews Moisés Cosio about the art collecting scene in Mexico City.
  • Interview with Deborah Brown about Bushwick and her gallery/studio space.
  • Hilary Schaffner and Ryan Wallace discuss Halsey McKay Gallery and Ellie Rines joining.
  • Christie's has a list of the hottest Japanese contemporary artists.
  • Observer interviews Michelle Papillion.
  • Nanette Lepore opens Lepore Savage Gallery in her West Village townhouse.
  • Lisa Cooley now represents Matthew Darbyshire.
  • Artinfo looks at Marianne Vitale as a collectible mid-career artist.
  • Ori Gersht joins Kohn Gallery artist roster.
  • Chicago Reader interviews Jeff Koons.
  • The story of Ellsworth Kelly helping a toddler doodle and providing him with tips.
  • The story of why Andy Warhol created a Barbie painting.
  • Nicole Eisenman and LaToya Ruby Frazier among the winners of MacArthur Genius grants.
  • Artinfo reviews Richard Serra's Ramble Drawings show at Gagosian Gallery.
  • Deana Lawson & Henry Taylor in conversation.
  • The Fader interviews FriendsWithYou.
  • Franz West Privatstiftung announces forthcoming catalogue raisonné of the artist's work.
  • Jerry Saltz writes about Dana Schutz and Katherine Bernhardt.
  • Artspace writes about Sam Falls' performance-based work at The Kitchen.
  • Nasher Sculpture Center awards Doris Salcedo the winner of Nasher Prize, which includes $100k.
  • Karen Wong writes about her experience at Walter De Maria's Lightning Field.
  • Phaidon writes about Wolfgang Tillmans.
  • Andrew Goldstein interviews Theaster Gates.
  • Scott Indrisek talks to Frances Stark.
  • John Waters' commencement speech to be turned into a book.
  • Bill Powers interviews Brian Calvin.
  • Dylan Kerr interviews Neil Beloufa.
  • Carolina A. Miranda looks at the Camilo Restrepo show at Steve Turner.
  • Artspace's list of artists to watch in October.
  • That feel when artists mix painting with projection.
  • Container Artist Residency program offers artist residency on a container ship.
  • Ima Moteki creates set of Nameless Paints that aim to change the way children learn and think about color.
  • Other Criteria releases new book of Damien Hirst drawings.
  • Joe Fig's Inside the Artist's Studio book released. Use code JOEFIG for 35% off.
  • ICA releases limited edition Prem Sahib print.
  • Triangle Books releases limited edition Rob Pruitt book and print.
  • Kim Kardashian's similarities to Jeff Koons.
  • ArtNews writes about Art Breakers and the problem with reality shows based on contemporary art.
  • Bernie Sanders promises to be an arts president.
  • Artspace looks at six artworks with subjects that are in pain.

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