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More stories from the week that ended Oct 18 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Artsy visits Hayal Pozanti and covers her Sunday Art Fair presentation with Levy.Delval.
  • RIP: Hilla Becher, who died at the age of 81.
  • RIP: Paul Reed, who died at the age of 96 due to congestive heart failure.
  • Diversity in the Arts study shows funding for African American & Latino nonprofit museums is bleak.
  • Mexico’s missing 43 remembered and honored with art installations, murals, banners, and costumes.
  • Ryan O'Neal sues Richard Bernard Francis over ownership of Farrah Fawcett Warhol painting.
  • Metropolitan Police request to destroy the contents of Graham Ovenden’s studio.
  • Yoshiro Taniguchi-designed Hotel Okura in Tokyo to be demolished.
  • Opening of Gavin Brown's Harlem space delayed due to holdup processing real-estate papers.
  • J. Tony Serra is the lead lawyer in Shrimp Boy's defense case.
  • Luke Brugnara court case has "reached a new low."
  • Hired graffiti artists write phrases like “Homeland Is Racist” in Arabic on the show’s set in Berlin.
  • “Renoir Sucks at Painting" group of protestors targets the Met next.
  • Christie's cancels Old Masters January sale in NY, moving it to April as part of a re-branded Classic Art Week.
  • Scott Indrisek thinks that Dave Eggers work is very similar to David Shrigley's.
  • Liz Hurley kicked out of V&A museum for sitting on antique bed and taking a picture.
  • Lutz Bacher's Magic Mountain at Greater New York looks to use similar materials to Daniel Arsham's work.
  • Modern restaurant inside MoMA to eliminate tipping.
  • 25 years after purchasing, woman discovers that she has a authentic Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house.
  • Zocalo Public Square writes about the evolution of Los Angeles' art scene.
  • CurateLA is hosting a birthday/anniversary event in Los Angeles and you can RSVP.
  • San Bernardino, CA is having an arts revival, which may be a catalyst in reviving the city.
  • New art authentication method uses specks of synthetic DNA from the artist.
  • President Xi Jinping's speech on the arts is released after one year.
  • Iran's artists benefitting from improved relations between Iran and the west.
  • Scott Indrisek shares his picks for 10 artists to see at Greater New YorkChristian Viveros-Fauné reviews the showHolland Cotter also writes about the exhibition.
  • Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden receives $2mil. gift from trustee Joleen Julis and her husband, Mitch.
  • MoMA hosting monthly edit-a-thons to help improve the quality of Wikipedia pages.
  • National Gallery of Art added another 1,541 works from Corcoran Gallery of Art to its permanent collection.
  • Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco reveal 10 pledged gifts to de Young’s permanent collection.
  • 2016 Met Gala theme announced as Fashion in an Age of Technology.
  • Thelma Golden wins Bard curatorial award, which includes a $25k stipend.
  • Katya Kazakina covers the white glove Phillips evening sale. Colin Gleadell writes his report. Judd Tully also gets in on the action.
  • Billy the Kid photograph bought for $2 could be sold at Kagin’s auctioneers for an estimated $5mil.
  • Colin Gleadell writes about the Sotheby's London evening sale. Judd Tully has a report on Sotheby’s Italian art & contemporary sales.
  • Richard Prince Instagram work flipped at auction.
  • ArtTactic talks to Leon Benrimon about Heritage Auctions entering the modern and contemporary market.
  • Financial Times writes that demand still high in London during Frieze week. Artnet looks at the best and worst of Frieze week.
  • Artinfo interviews Victoria Siddall about Frieze London 2015. Artnet's choices for the top ten booths at Frieze London. The Guardian writes about Frieze and Ken Kagami's genital drawings.
  • Judd Tully has a sales report from Frieze and Frieze Masters. Artnet also covers sales at the Frieze fair and Frieze Masters. Katya Kazakina writes about sales at the fair for Bloomberg. Finally, Alexander Forbes also tells us what sold at Frieze.
  • Kenny Schachter appears on the ArtTactic Podcast.
  • Artnet interviews Koyo Kouoh, curator of 1:54 contemporary African art fair.
  • Larry Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch team up for a show during Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • Fritz Dietl opens Delaware Freeport as tax haven for NY collectors and also those outside the country.
  • Has collecting and connoisseurship changed throughout the years?
  • Vogue's guide for beginning collectors.
  • A look at Sam Gilliam's market progression.
  • Ben Davis reviews the opening of the Rumney Guggenheim gallery.
  • Galerie Brimo de Laroussilhe,Galleria Alessandra Di Castro and Galerie Kugel get together for a pop-up in NY.
  • Brian Boucher wonders who Water McBeer is.
  • Galleria Continua may show Anish Kapoor in its new space in Cuba.
  • Sotheby's gives us a tour of A. Alfred Taubman's Bloomfield Hills residence.
  • A tour inside Fairfax Dorn and Marc Glimcher’s New York loft.
  • SABER in the LA Times.
  • The story of Robert Indiana's LOVE piece.
  • Karen Rosenberg interviews Dana Schutz.
  • Paul Schimmel discusses Mike Kelley's work.
  • Dylan Kerr interviews Rachel Rose.
  • Ron English talks about American censorship.
  • Ai Weiwei to write his first proper memoir, published by Crown Publishing Group.
  • Matthew Weinstein reviews Barnaby Furnas' and Mike Kelley's latest respective shows in NY.
  • Snapshot Galleria interviews Quam Odunsi/Reserve Result.
  • Artsy interviews Steve Martin.
  • Adam Lindemann to buy Montauk estate formerly owned by Andy Warhol.
  • Larry Gagosian sells one of his houses in the Upper East Side of NY. Artnet speculates on why he did it.
  • Paddle8 visits Sibylle Rochat's collection.
  • Artspace notes that figurative art is starting to dominate over abstract art. Andrew Goldstein interviews Bill Arning about the return of figuration in painting.
  • Rashid Johnson provides an insider's guide to Chicago.
  • Seven artists that are influencing today's fashion designers.
  • Artspace has a guide on pronouncing the names of artists at Frieze and Greater New York.
  • Michael Tullberg's book looks at rave culture in Los Angeles during the '90s.
  • The latest trend in piercing involves food and clothing.
  • Max Siedentopf performs public service of pimping strangers rides with cardboard and photographing result.
  • When solo artist gallery exhibitions only contain one piece.
  • Artspace looks at 6 interesting and unique gallery websites.
  • Ten shows to see in London during Frieze week.
  • Kate Gilmore and Loveless PhotoFiber are the two winners of seventh annual ArtPrize competition.
  • Scott Indrisek's 26 Amazing Animal Moments In Contemporary Art.
  • A look at the artists and artworks featured in Fox's show Empire.
  • Bill Viola limited edition vinyl record from The Vinyl Factory released.
  • Chisenhale Gallery releases Jordan Wolfson edition.
  • Limited edition José Parlá scarf available from Standard.

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