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More stories from the week that ended March 27 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Keith J Varadi reviews Ajay Kurian's show at JOAN.
  • Museums, as well as other institutions and transport in Brussels, on lockdown following terrorist attacks. Bozar later opens with increased security.
  • Syria antiquities chief Maamoun Abdelkarim vows to rebuild Palmyra temples razed by IS.
  • El Sexto arrested during protest in Havana.
  • Censorship growing in Turkey as museums seek to help those affected by legal action.
  • Monts 14 group launches final appeal to stop Jean Nouvel's Duo Towers.
  • James Baldwin’s longtime home in Southern France faces demolition.
  • Sean O'Neal had fundraising campaign for Jewish Museum show that did not exist.
  • Study shows that more narcissistic artists receive higher prices for their work.
  • Alice Choina responds to Neue Galerie's policy of not allowing kids.
  • Peter Brant Jr. arrested for acting drunk and belligerent while waiting to board flight. His lawyer insults him.
  • Paul Nungesser lawsuit against Columbia University over Emma Sulkowicz mattress performance dismissed.
  • Chris Burden's Urban Lights sculpture at LACMA will go dark for two months beginning May 1.
  • Ed Vaizey publishes UK's first Government White Paper on culture in more than 50 years. Demands diversity.
  • Art Cologne and Berlin Gallery week to clash in 2017.
  • Current Affairs laments on the declining taste of the global super rich.
  • Stolen artifacts and relics stashed by Robin Stymes in storage unit are returned to Italy.
  • Scott Indrisek examines Dave Hickey's perspective on diversity.
  • Bloomberg wonders why more Chinese do not buy Chinese contemporary art.
  • David Bowie mural by James Cochran (Jimmy C) in London is to be listed to ensure its long-term protection.
  • Artnet News takes a look back on occasion of Artnet Magazine's 20 year anniversary.
  • LA Times analyzes the Broad Museum after it has been open six months.
  • Frick Collection trying again to succeed with expanion plans.
  • Katya Kazakina writes about Titian's The Flaying of Marsyas, currently on view at the Met Breuer.
  • Martin Creed exhibition coming to Park Avenue Armory in June.
  • Newport Street Gallery to host survey of Jeff Koons' works from Damien Hirst's collection.
  • Tim Sayer bequeathing his collection to Hepworth Wakefield.
  • Basilica di Santa Maria Antiqua reopens after 30 year restoration.
  • Ann Goldstein appointed new deputy director, and chair and curator at the Art Institute of Chicago.
  • Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco hires Max Hollein as its next director.
  • Adrienne Edwards new curator at large and Vincenzo de Bellis new curator of visual arts at Walker Art Center.
  • Q&A with Martha Tedeschi on her new position as director of Harvard Art Museums.
  • Cai Guo-Qiang, Nalini Malani, & Yoshitomo Nara honored & named Asia Arts Game Changers by Asia Society.
  • Cienega Elementary fourth-graders spend a week at Hammer Museum.
  • Phillips to auction three Mark Bradford works from a single collection.
  • Sotheby's offering complete 1955 portfolio of hand-colored Andy Warhol shoe lithographs.
  • NY Times discusses Christie's failure-focused sale.
  • The remaining works in the Josefowitz Collection goes on sale at Christie’s in Paris.
  • Colin Gleadell writes about smaller regional salesrooms performing well.
  • Kenny Schachter's adventures and opinions while he is in town during Art Basel Hong Kong.
  • Market for historic Chinese art still very healthy. Tastes may be shifting in the Chinese market.
  • Could the auction market in China be slowing down due to more people shifting their buying to galleries?
  • South China Morning Post examines the art market in China. Artinfo focuses on the Hong Kong art market.
  • Art Basel launching Art Basel Cities to help cities around the world develop cultural events.
  • Artnet previews Art Basel Hong Kong. Artinfo also has a preview and shows us 60 works in 60 seconds. Artnet shares what happened during the opening of the fair. NY Times also writes about the opening. Artinfo's picks for the must-see booths at the fair.
  • Larry's List lists special events occurring during Art Basel week in Hong Kong. Mr Porter names five people you should meet at ABHK.
  • Art Market Monitor provides a Art Basel Hong Kong sales report.
  • Portal art fair to launch in New York during Frieze week.
  • The Wall Street Journal profiles Jack Shainman.
  • Andrew M. Goldstein interviews José Freire.
  • Ozy profiles Michelle Papillion.
  • Artspace interviews Natalia Hug.
  • Larry's List interviews Lawrence Chu.
  • Scott Indrisek named editor-in-chief, Rachel Corbett named executive editor, of Modern Painters.
  • Andrew Berardini discusses professionalism in artists.
  • Tracey Emin gets married to a rock.
  • Christian Marclay to perform new version of Groove live on turntables with an ensemble in London.
  • Pussy Riot to be first resident artists in Tania Bruguera crowdfunding initiative.
  • Thug Scholar writes about how the white art world killed Jean-Michel Basquiat.
  • The Guardian profiles Ann Hirsch.
  • Norman Lewis is having his moment.
  • David Pagel reviews Alex Israel & Bret Easton Ellis' collaborative exhibition at Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills.
  • Zocalo Public Square writes about Catharine Opie's 700 Nimes Road photographs.
  • Modern Painters profiles Danny Fox.
  • Mayan Toledano explores the lives of Israeli soldiers through her photographs.
  • Yo-Yo Ma and Ellsworth Kelly are this year’s recipients of the J. Paul Getty Medal.
  • Yayoi Kusama may have conducted the US's first gay wedding.
  • Andy Warhol and Robert Mapplethorpe on their feelings towards each other.
  • Chuck Webster awarded Rosenthal Family Foundation Award in Painting.
  • Stuart Ringholt to offer nude tours of Art Cologne.
  • Shandaken Project announces residencies for 2016 at the Storm King Art Center.
  • Artinfo details five essential Japanese artists.
  • Kickstarter campaign for The Olsen Twins Hiding from the Paparazzi show officially reaches its funding goal.
  • Jim Drain limited edition signed print available from Tiny Showcase.
  • Taschen will release a definitive monograph of Issey Miyake's work.
  • NY Mag writes about Faena House and the scene in Miami.
  • Alexander Gilkes talks about what he wears.

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