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More stories from the week that ended Oct 11 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Parker Ito part of Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris's CO-WORKERS – Network as Artist show.
  • RIP: Chantal Akerman, who died unexpectedly at the age of 65.
  • RIP: Olga Hirshhorn, who died at the age of 95.
  • RIP: Akram Raslan, who died of torture-related injuries at the hands of Syrian police.
  • Images and information for Davida Nemeroff and JPW3 - FRYGUY up at Cooper Cole's site.
  • Helen Molesworth recalls the time she spent with Noah Davis.
  • Ai Weiwei discovers surveillance devices installed in his home studio and messes with those listening in.
  • Union strike at National Gallery in London ends after 100 days when deal is agreed to.
  • Does a museum show curated by a collector like Steve Martin create a conflict of interest?
  • Pierre-Auguste Renoir protest occurs outside of Boston Museum of Fine Arts. His descendent Genevieve Renoir defends the artist on Instagram.
  • Deutsches Museum evacuated after WWII bomb discovered in nearby courtyard during construction work.
  • Yoko Ono's attempt at breaking the world record for a human peace sign unfortunately fails.
  • Does art still have the power to shock?
  • Market for fine arts in Buenos Aires may not be large enough to support its artists.
  • Eileen Kinsella writes about the cooling off in the market for younger artists. Georgina Adams discusses the supposed art market slowdown in China.
  • Douglas Druick announces he will leave his position as director and president of Art Institute of Chicago.
  • National Museum of Women in the Arts awards Jo Applin the Mellor Prize for Research on Women Artists.
  • Artists list for 4th Greater New York show at MoMA PS1 revealed. Andrew Russeth reviews the exhibition.
  • Eddie Peake's The Forever Loop installation at the Barbican.
  • Noguchi Museum launches a multi-artist show called Museum of Stones.
  • Frank Auerbach's upcoming retrospective at Tate Britain.
  • Centre Pompidou to present pop-up exhibitions in Korea and China.
  • University of Maryland to partner with Phillips Collection. Masterpieces from Kunstmuseum Basel headed to Phillips Collection for a tour.
  • David M. Rubenstein gives $25mil. to Duke University to fund arts programming and new arts building.
  • Artnet looks at Damien Hirst's Newport Street Gallery museum.
  • The museum boom currently occurring in Beirut.
  • Hepworth Wakefield gallery launches £30k contemporary sculpture prize to be awarded every two years.
  • Marco Breuer winner of inaugural Headlands Center for the Arts Larry Sultan Photography Award.
  • James Jean, Shepard Fairey, more in OUTSIDE/IN :: The Ascendance of Street Art... at ArtCenter.
  • Sotheby's Hong Kong sale shows strong results. Zeng Fanzhi and Jack Ma collaborative painting sells for $5.4mil. during the sale.
  • Bonhams' sale of Middle Eastern modern and contemporary art in London breaks records for five artists.
  • Phillips gets back Cy Twombly work that it had previously sold in 2006. Christie's has a Warhol Four Marilyns work that was previously sold at Phillips in 2013.
  • The National Press Club and its affiliated journalism institute will sell its Norman Rockwell painting.
  • The story of the dual-sided Picasso painting consigned to Sotheby's by William Koch.
  • Carlyle’s Olivier Sarkozy launching art financing firm, Athena, that will offer loans against art as an asset.
  • Kenny Schachter writes about the September auctions.
  • Marion Maneker discusses the use of artwork as currency.
  • The commonality between art and venture capital.
  • Colin Gleadell looks at the market for Allan Kaprow paintings.
  • Art+Auction looks at the 5 Fairs to See During Frieze Week 2015. Christie's insider guide to Frieze week.
  • Adam Fields starts ARTA to make art shipping easier and more convenient.
  • Hauser & Wirth plans new gallery space in Chelsea.
  • David Zwirner now represents Sigmar Polke.
  • Andrew Kreps Gallery now represents Michael E. Smith.
  • Andrew Edlin Gallery now represents the estate of Eugene Von Bruenchenhein.
  • Victoria Miro now represents Do Ho Suh.
  • Modern Painters interviews Frank Stella.
  • The Art Newspaper republishes rare interview with Alberto Burri.
  • L’OFFICIEL Singapore talks to Chloe Wise.
  • Christopher Knight reviews the James Hayward show at Roberts & Tilton.
  • Joan Punyet Miró performs at Joan Miró show at Galerie Gmurzynska.
  • Scott Indrisek interviews Jim Shaw.
  • Ryan McNamara and Dev Hynes plan large scale performance during Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • Rashid Johnson talks about Robert Davis.
  • Jeffrey Deitch to exhibit the work of The Wolfpack brothers.
  • W Magazine visits Jacob Kassay's show at Fitzpatrick-Leland House.
  • It's Nice That looks at the work of Jon Rafman.
  • ArtDaily covers Danh Vō's site-specific project for the Palacio de Cristal in Madrid.
  • Ethan Cook discusses his new series of works.
  • MoMA visits Ryan McGinness at Lower East Side Printshop.
  • How artists throughout history have utilized the golden ratio.
  • Jerry Saltz discusses Donald Trump's neck vagina and more with Paddle8.
  • Patt Morrison interviews Steve Martin about art.
  • James Franco paints portrait of Randall Park as Kim Jong-un.
  • Paddle8 has a collector's guide to Amsterdam.
  • Artnet compiles 12 memorable art world cameos on TV.
  • On occasion of Instagram's fifth anniversary, four artists reveal who they follow on the gram. Part II of Larry's List of art collectors to follow on Instagram.
  • Artists Living With Art, a book by Stacey Goergen and Amanda Benchley takes you inside artist's homes.
  • Amazon opens hand-made goods marketplace with Handmade at Amazon.
  • Phaidon releases JR's first monograph. Use code: AUT35 for 35% off.
  • New Vic Muniz edition on Artware.
  • Time-limited edition available by Sam Falls.
  • Russell Etchen catalogs and ephemera available from his site.
  • Alexander Calder-inspired wallets available at Whitney shop.
  • Lazarides releases new prints by Ian Francis.

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