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More stories from the week that ended Nov 8 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Christopher Y. Lew's essay on Jared Madere, who currently has an exhibition at the Whitney.
  • Tao Hongjing revealed to actually be French man named Alexandre Ouairy, who pretended to be Chinese.
  • Bosch Research and Conservation Project determines two Bosch works may have been painted by imitators.
  • Arts education in Los Angeles public schools severely lacking.
  • Michael Werner accuses Germany of using controversial legislation to generate revenue from cultural industry.
  • Sokari Douglas Camp sculpture denied entry to Nigeria due to its political value.
  • Joe Bradley leaves Gavin Brown, Eva Presenhuber, and Canada NY to be represented by Gagosian Gallery.
  • Mari-Claudia Jiménez and Lawrence Kaye discuss the restitution of Kazimir Malevich works.
  • The public feud between A. Alfred Taubman's children (from another marriage) and his widow.
  • Jerry Saltz' thoughts on the Whitney rejecting Charles Ray's Huck and Jim.
  • Harmony Korine Blue Checker painting stolen from lobby in New York building.
  • Lil Wayne has some artwork from his collection seized during a raid on his Miami mansion.
  • Embattled former gallerist Priska Juschka returns to NYC with new artist management firm.
  • The Brant Foundation sues Lloyd’s of London for $9mil. due to damage to Warhol works.
  • Sarah Hasted and Joseph Kraeutler each sue each other over a variety of claims.
  • Christopher Knight blasts Smithsonian on its show featuring Bill Cosby's collection.
  • Ben Davis thinks the Frank Stella retrospective at Whitney has style, but lacks substance.
  • Tensions between Italy's trade unions and the Italian culture ministry may cause national strike.
  • The challenge in finding a market for classic or older art works.
  • New York Daily News writes about Lucien Smith's event in the Bronx. Cait Munro discusses the controversy surrounding the party. ArtFCity also has an opinion. Artinfo covers the festivities. ArtsBeat discusses the real estate aspect of the event.
  • Profile of Phong Bui and a look at how The Brooklyn Rail sustains itself financially. Christian Viveros-Fauné's take regarding the history of the publication differs to Bui's account.
  • Kelly Crow writes about the pressures and competition auction houses face in order to gain business.
  • Dangers and difficulties in being a cartoonist in China.
  • Ai Weiwei thinks that sex, like art, is hard to define.
  • Restoration of Isack van Ostade painting reveals a man squatting to poop.
  • Jonas Mekas receives apology from Gerald Harris, the DA who charged him with obscenity.
  • Huntington Art Gallery hosts Alex Israel exhibition opening in December.
  • Christopher Y. Lew and Mia Locks announced as co-curators of 2017 Whitney Biennial. Artnet thinks this represents a fresh approach.
  • Justin Trudeau pledges to invest an additional $380mil. into arts and culture in Canada.
  • Despite unrest, Bamako Encounters, the African Biennale of Photography returns to Mali.
  • The Zero Foundation takes over former factory that served as Otto Piene’s fire studio.
  • Rodin Museum in Paris reopens after 3 years and €16mil. in renovations.
  • American Museum of Natural History unveils designs for new $325mil., 218,000-sq.ft. expansion.
  • Kim Conaty named curator for the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University.
  • The Skystone Foundation [Roden Crater organization] hires Yvette Lee as its first executive director.
  • Hirshhorn Museum gala in Manhattan will raise $1.55mil. for the DC institution.
  • Artwork from the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art collection could travel to the US.
  • Kevin McGarry writes about his experience and thoughts during the opening of Aishti Foundation in Lebanon.
  • Christopher Knight reviews Random International's Rain Room at LACMA.
  • More donors giving their artwork to places such as hospitals, libraries, retirement centers and nursing homes.
  • “Philanthropy 400” list shows that donations to arts organizations is increasing.
  • Felix Salmon looks at the health of mid-sized and smaller galleries based on the competition for real estate.
  • Wall Street Journal explores the gallery waiting list for collectors.
  • Artnet chooses The 12 Most Anticipated Auction Lots Likely to Break Records This Month.
  • Judd Tully reports on the Sotheby's A Alfred Taubman Masterworks sale. Eileen Kinsella also covers the sale.
  • Brian Boucher reports on the Sotheby's Impressionist and Modern auction. Judd Tully also covers the sale.
  • Maurizio Cattelan's Frank and Jamie work appearing at auction multiple times the past few years.
  • Carl Kahler's My Wife's Lovers painting sells for $826k at Sotheby's.
  • Artnet goes to the IFPDA Print Fair.
  • Artinfo takes a closer look at Paddle8.
  • Bloomberg looks at Cliff Hartono and the potential future market for fossils.
  • Eileen Kinsella uses some recent examples to illustrate pitfalls associated with art collecting.
  • Katya Kazakina profiles Steve Cohen's buying and selling style.
  • Artillery Mag talks to Stefan Simchowitz.
  • Bill Jenkins and Chadwick Rantanen show at Michael Thibault is a ArtForum Critic's Pick.
  • Theaster Gates launches first public art project in UK within bombed-out remains of Temple Church.
  • Catherine Opie discusses works that have shaped her vision of the body.
  • W Magazine visits Joe Bradley.
  • Exhibition tour of Ann Hirsch - Dr. Guttman’s Office exhibition at Smart Objects.
  • Bill Powers talks with Richard Prince.
  • Paige Powell's unseen photographs of Basquiat, Warhol, Madonna, and more.
  • Andrea Schleiker discusses Georg Baselitz' work on occasion of his White Cube, Hong Kong show.
  • Kickstarter campaign for Swoon's Braddock Tiles project.
  • Independent Collectors talks to Julian Opie.
  • Poppy Jackson performs nude on top of London house as part of the SPILL Festival of Performance. She speaks about the work.
  • Paddle8 texts with Jordan Wolfson.
  • 9 fun facts about Marina Abramović.
  • Artinfo profile of Ed Fornieles.
  • Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles looks at Jesper Just and April Street's shows at Various Small Fires.
  • ExhibitionA talks to José Parlá.
  • Los Angeles Magazine visits Yoskay Yamamoto.
  • The story behind Amedeo Modigliani's famous portrait model Paulette Jourdain.
  • Curate LA profiled in The Creators Project.
  • Artspace's list of 10 artists to watch for November.
  • Rema Hort Mann Foundation announces recipients of the 2015 Emerging Artist Grant in NYC.
  • Adrien Brody makes some art and will show it during Art Basel Miami Beach week.
  • Center for the History of Collecting at the Frick Collection awards prize to The Steins Collect book.
  • Aby Rosen using art to attract buyers to his new NY luxury residential tower.
  • South Park gets a very enthusiastic response from fans in its call for homoerotic/yaoi artwork.
  • What the Tinder profiles of famous artists would look like.

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