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More stories from the week that ended Jan 24 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Barbara Kruger’s site-specific work is included in Vancouver Art Gallery's “MashUp” exhibition.
  • RIP: Leila Alaoui, who passed away at the age of 33 due to injuries suffered during terrorist attack.
  • RIP: Simon Buttimore, who passed away at the age of 56 from motorbike accident.
  • RIP: Thomas McAnulty, who passed away at the age of 73 after being hit by motorcycle.
  • RIP: Jeram Patel, who passed away at the age of 86 after suffering sever cold and cough congestion.
  • RIP: Melvin Day, who passed away at the age of 92 due to stroke.
  • RIP: Harrison McIntosh, who passed away at the age of 101 due to natural causes.
  • Hema Upadhyay's husband Chintan Upadhyay is the primary suspect for her and her lawyer's murder.
  • Deborah de Robertis arrested at Musée d'Orsay after disrobing and recreating Édouard Manet's Olympia.
  • Joe Gibbons to show his artwork made while in prison at Southfirst Gallery.
  • Sotheby's takes loss in fourth quarter and scraps dividends to buy back shares of its stock.
  • The Guardian thinks we are in the mania phase of an art market bubble. Others think the market may have already been in the corrective stage.
  • Over a third of surveyed dealers say that rising rents pose the biggest threat to the UK art market.
  • Trailer containing $250k worth of work by Miró, Haring, Neiman, Chagall and Matisse stolen off street in LA.
  • The Georgia Museum of Art thinks it has received a gift of a Van Dyck painting, but it is actually not by him.
  • Art Students League leadership facing lawsuit by faction of voting members.
  • How individuals are furthering racial equality within the art world.
  • Japan to drop the swastika symbol from its tourist maps and replace it with a pagoda image.
  • David H. Koch leaves the board of the American Museum of Natural History.
  • Brian Boucher calls out Martha Stewart on her lack of knowledge on artist's names.
  • Lisa Levy to sit naked on a toilet for two days at Christopher Stout Gallery to protest bullshit in the art world.
  • Investor steps in to keep St. Mark’s Bookshop alive financially.
  • Most artwork, including masterpieces, in a museum's collection is kept in storage and not on public view.
  • Christian Viveros-Fauné writes about Cuban art entering the art world.
  • Dresden’s State Art Collections buys back Kirchner painting seized by Nazis as degenerate art.
  • Walker Art Center garden undergoing $10mil. renovation.
  • Newark Museum has free admission during Martin Luther King Jr. Day and commemorates with programming.
  • Renovations and expansion plans at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  • Amalia Ulman included in Tate Modern's Performing for the Camera exhibitionThe Telegraph writes about her Instagram work.
  • Todd Oldham exhibition coming to Rhode Island School of Design Museum.
  • Elmgreen & Dragset's show at Ullens Center for Contemporary Art spoofs art fairs.
  • The Palestinian Museum scheduled to open on May 18.
  • Christine Macel appointed director of the Visual Arts Sector of the Venice Biennale.
  • Detroit Institute of Arts to receive some proceeds from sale of Alfred Taubman collection.
  • Ellsworth Kelly Foundation donates $250,000 to the Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies.
  • Asia Society Museum receives $2mil. gift from Mary Livingston Griggs and Mary Griggs Burke Foundation.
  • Marina Abramović will lead large-scale performance project at the Benaki Museum in Athens.
  • Sotheby's alters its traditional May auction schedule and packs everything up into one week.
  • Scott Reyburn looks at Sotheby's' business strategy. Judd Tully looks at what's ahead for Sotheby's, operationally.
  • Artnet covers the Outsider Art Fair.
  • Cait Munro previews Frieze New York 2016.
  • Eileen Kinsella has an early preview of TEFAF 2016.
  • Artinfo shows us 60 Works in 60 Seconds at Art Stage Singapore 2016.
  • Reattributed Donatello work sold and partly exchanged for a total worth of $8-11mil.
  • Fortune looks at the high-end market for artwork.
  • Kenny Schachter writes about the market for Zombie Formalism.
  • Artsy writes about the market for Dansaekhwa works.
  • Sotheby's writes about Adrian Ghenie's painting The Sunflowers in 1937.
  • Massimo De Carlo gallery to open a location in Hong Kong, in Pedder Building.
  • How The Unit used the power of Instagram and social media to grow its business.
  • Arthena introducing equity crowdfunding to the art market.
  • Steven Cohen takes out a loan with Morgan Stanley, secured by his art collection.
  • Jonathan Horowitz has another dot painting project at Swiss Institute. Portion of proceeds benefit charity.
  • NY Times visits Louise Bourgeois’s home, exactly how she left it.
  • Ry Rocklen provides an audio tour he recorded himself of his show at Feuer/Mesler.
  • Mitra Saboury at Chin's Push is an ArtForum Critic's Pick. It is also covered by Purple.
  • Scott Indrisek interviews Neville Wakefield.
  • Artinfo interviews Tommy Kha.
  • New video by Petra Cortright.
  • The Hollywood Reporter profiles Alex Israel.
  • Carolina A Miranda interviews Kori Newkirk.
  • The Telegraph profiles Sophie Taeuber-Arp.
  • CARLA writes about the Justin John Greene show at Loudhailer.
  • Artists like Derek Paul Boyle and Samara Golden share their reasons for relocating to Los Angeles.
  • Jeff Koons to work with area teenagers on a mural that will go on Aby Rosen's new hotel.
  • Smithsonian Magazine makes a connection between Ai Weiwei and Andy Warhol.
  • Jerry Saltz writes about Mark Grotjahn's sign paintings.
  • Scott Indrisek's list of the 5 must-see exhibitions in New York.
  • Beatriz Milhazes limited edition ceramic plate released by Plinth.
  • Exhibition A releases limited edition print by Hayal Pozanti.
  • Ben Davis writes about six trends that define visual culture today.
  • Raf Simmons influenced by Cindy Sherman for his latest show.
  • James Franco offers portrait painting session in $10 contest to benefit RED charity.
  • Julia Friedman puts out two books consisting of Dave Hickey's Facebook posts.
  • Village Voice covers the Banksy meet-up event at Waldorf Astoria.
  • LA Racked shares Los Angeles' most Instagrammable locations.

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