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More stories from the week that ended Nov 29 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Flash Art reviews Ajay Kurian's Rowhouse Project show in Baltimore.
  • Ashraf Fayadh sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia, charged with renouncing Islam.
  • Also Known as Africa fair in Paris cancelled in wake of terror attacks. Some Paris galleries re-staging shows that were forced to close due to attacks in city.
  • Cultural institutions in Paris report major drops in attendance following terrorist attacks in the city.
  • 17 major artworks stolen from Castelvecchio Museum, including by Pisanello, Tintoretto, Mantegna and Bellini.
  • University of Arizona Museum of Art marks and reflects on 30-year anniversary of stolen de Kooning painting.
  • Stephen Engelberg's story about his grandmother exchanging Otto Stein painting for visa to escape Holocaust.
  • Philippe Maestracci sues Nahmad family and is seeking return of Modigliani painting.
  • Family threatens National Gallery with legal action over Matisse painting they say was sold without permission.
  • Philippines using social media to try and recover 200 pieces of fine art once owned by Ferdinand Marcos.
  • Eileen Kinsella details examples of seven art shipping nightmares and how you can avoid them.
  • Siddhartha Kararwal's Bovine Divine floating cow installation causes controversy in India.
  • Maria Kulikovska recreates then destroys her own nude work while nude to protest censorship.
  • That time when Barney balloon float went out of control and had to be stabbed to death by NYPD.
  • Might be time for you to start selling your Sotheby's stock.
  • Whitney wins Apollo Award for museum opening of the year.
  • The New Yorker reviews Rachel Rose's show at the Whitney.
  • Observer interviews Michael Govan about Los Angeles and LACMA.
  • Manifesta 11 to include Pavilion of Reflections artificial island that includes swimming pool and cinema.
  • Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates's new shell design and other new features of Petersen Automotive Museum.
  • Daniel Libeskind unveils design by his group for a new Lithuanian Modern Art Center.
  • 64,000 square meter National Gallery Singapore opens its doors. Brian Boucher looks at its architecture.
  • Dimitri Hegemann planning to open Living Archive of Electronica museum in Berlin.
  • 56th Venice Biennale closes with record 500,000 visitors.
  • Ben Davis's picks for his 20 most memorable museum shows of 2015.
  • Profile of New York's Canada gallery.
  • Eli Diner profiles Queer Thoughts as it becomes situated in New York City.
  • Joe Bradley will be co-represented by both Gagosian Gallery and Canada Gallery.
  • Hauser & Wirth will be the worldwide representative of the estate of David Smith.
  • Maurice Sendak original work currently on exhibition and sale at Sotheby's.
  • Francois Curiel discusses the Christie's fall auctions in Hong Kong.
  • Miami's Little Haiti is growing as an art district/neighborhood.
  • Karen Rosenberg interviews Jeffrey Deitch about his upcoming plans and shows.
  • Financial Times writes about the Deitch/Gagosian Unrealism show during Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • Part 5 of Paper Magazine's guide to Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • Artnet's list of recommendations on who to network with in Miami during the fairs. Artinfo shows you what to wear during ABMB. Fader also has tips on ABMB attire.
  • Brian Boucher previews what galleries will be bringing to Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • Forrest Nash picks some artwork from NADA Miami Beach. Bill Arning also has his choices from the fair.
  • Artinfo's guide to the satellite art fairs during Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • Bruno Bischofberger's new storage and design space designed by his daughter and son-in-law.
  • Wu-Tang Clan's Once Upon a Time in Shaolin sells for a price in the millions by Paddle8.
  • NIGO auctioning his Star Wars collection with Sotheby's at Return of the NIGO sale.
  • Part II of Artnet's list of the top 200 collectors worldwide.
  • Elle's list of 14 of the Most Brilliant, Unexpected, and Powerful Women in Art Right Now.
  • Edgar Arceneaux awarded Performa’s Malcolm McLaren award.
  • Frieze Magazine reviews Jamian Juliano-Villani's show at Tanya Leighton.
  • Jamian Juliano-Villani profile in W Magazine. Nicholas Party, Anicka Yi, Jesse WineJacolby Satterwhite, and Max Hooper Schneider are also profiled.
  • Artslant interviews Ann Hirsch.
  • Maria Taniguchi wins Hugo Boss Asia Art 2015 award.
  • MIT commissions Antony Gormley to create site-specific work on the school's campus.
  • Rachel Rose featured in Flash Art.
  • Mat Smith interviews Luc Tuymans.
  • Catherine Opie creates monumental Yosemite Falls work for Los Angeles courthouse.
  • Artnet's history of Ai Weiwei.
  • Davina Semo discusses who being an artist is like being an alien.
  • Flash Art reviews Max Hooper Schneider’s Nature Theater of Violent Succession show.
  • Artinfo interviews Rose Wylie.
  • Heimo Zobernig is the winner of the 2016 Roswitha Haftmann Prize.
  • William Kentridge wins Apollo Award for artist of the year.
  • Part I of Artnet's list of The 50 Most Exciting Artists in Europe Today. And also part II.
  • Zach Reini's limited edition of 50 S-Thing lapel pin available from Civilized.
  • Michael Craig-Martin iPhone 6s print available from Serpentine Gallery.
  • Ron English, AIKO, Logan Hicks, GAIA among artists in Vandalog-curated Amazon Street Art Project prints.
  • A list of the top ten art books to read during Thanksgiving.
  • Hannah Rothstein creates Thanksgiving plates that feature work inspired by famous artists.
  • Artnet's 5 Artworks We'd Like To See in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade list.
  • What if your favorite art collectors put their houses on Airbnb?

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