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More stories from the week that ended May 8 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Max Frintrop exhibition opens at Lyles & King. Text and images are up.
  • RIP: Marisol, who passed away at the age of 85 due to pneumonia.
  • RIP: Carl Fredrik Reutersward, who passed away at the age of 81 after being treated for pneumonia.
  • Illma Gore says that a Trump supporter punched her in the face for her anti-Trump artwork.
  • FBI goes digging in search for stolen Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist works.
  • Fire at Rosemarie Trockel's house may have damaged or destroyed about $34.5mil. in artwork.
  • Art collectors pulling works out of Geneva Free Ports and transferring them to Delaware and London.
  • Graffiti exploding in the streets of Los Angeles.
  • Aby Rosen and others in NY pay fines for avoiding to pay taxes on purchased artwork.
  • Moving Image fair cancelled this year.
  • Met Opera struggling at the box office.
  • Julian Schnabel leaves Gagosian Gallery for a return to Pace Gallery.
  • Jonathan Jones thinks that Kate Middleton and the royal family are ruining British art.
  • Study shows that less than a third of the biggest museum solo exhibitions in the US go to women.
  • MoMA cutting staff. Offers voluntary buyouts to employees 55 or older with at least nine years of service.
  • Install of Maurizio Cattelan's solid gold toilet faces technical issues and will be delayed for time being.
  • Artists Space leaves SoHo space on Greene Street due to penthouse development.
  • Martino Stierli of MoMA responds to architecture and design gallery closing criticism.
  • Bendor Grosvenor criticizes Sotheby's collaboration with Vosges. chocolates.
  • Shepard Fairey revisits an Echo Park Darby Crash mural after eight years.
  • Galerie Gmurzynska donates £25k to fund restoration and maintenance of Kurt Schwitters' Merz Barn.
  • Vulture visits Brussels on occasion of art fair week.
  • A look back at the '90s in Los Angeles.
  • Artspace provides a primer on the Harlem art scene.
  • Xavier Veilhan to represent France at 2017 Venice Biennale.
  • Italy allocating €1bil to restoration and building projects at 33 museums, monuments and archaeological sites.
  • Yayoi Kusama: Narcissus Garden at the Glass House is now installed and on view.
  • Berlin Biennale announces artist list.
  • São Paulo Biennial releases artist list for 2016 edition.
  • Santa Monica Museum of Art moves to downtown and becomes Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
  • Scott Indrisek visits the Nicole Eisenman show at New Museum.
  • Christopher Bedford now director of The Baltimore Museum of Art.
  • NY Times profiles Scott Rothkopf.
  • Noah Davis' legacy lives on in three current institutional exhibitions.
  • Houston Press previews Mark Flood's exhibition at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston.
  • Painting believed to be by Baba Bishan Singh and initially purchased for £40 sells at auction for £92,250.
  • Artwork for last two pages of Tintin's comic book King Ottokar’s Sceptre sells for €1.05mil at Artcurial.
  • Hili Perlson's thoughts and observations on Berlin Gallery Weekend 2016.
  • The possibility of a Frieze art fair on the west coast on occasion of WMG-IME investment in Frieze.
  • Artnet previews works at Frieze NY. Sandy Rower's favorite works from the fair. Artspace chooses the ten best works. Dylan Kerr's picks for emerging artists at Frieze. Ben Davis' first impression of Frieze. Sarah Cascone provides us with a tour of the fair. Molly Gottschalk's opening day impressions of the fair. Judd Tully has a video walk-through of Frieze NY. Andrew Russeth's highlights at the fair.
  • Judd Tully has a sales report from Frieze NY.
  • Linda Yablonsky's adventures in NY during Frieze week.
  • Benjamin Godsill's NADA NY artwork picks. Spencer Bailey gives his choices from the fair. Jenny Jaskey gets in on the action as well. Peter Knell joins the fun. Scott Indrisek's discoveries and steals at NADA NY. Brian Boucher highlights 11 booths in the fair. Artspace focuses on paintings there. ArtFCity shares their NADA thoughts. Video on some of the works at the fair.
  • Eileen Kinsella visits Art New York, where Adrien Brody was exhibiting his paintings.
  • Van Gogh Museum offers collection conservation, preservation advice, other services to collectors and more.
  • Simon de Pury on NPR.
  • The Art Gorgeous profiles Teriha Yaegashi and Juliette Premmereur of The New Art Advisors Alliance.
  • Profile of conservator Gloria Velandia, who frequently can be found restoring works at art fairs.
  • Larry's List visits and interviews Fashen.
  • Artspace profiles LA's The Landing.
  • Gagosian Gallery opens its San Francisco location.
  • West Elm plans on opening gallery in Chelsea, NY.
  • Judd Tully reviews Jean-Michel Basquiat show at Nahmad Contemporary.
  • Observer profiles Njideka Akunyili Crosby.
  • LA Weekly profiles Ramiro Gomez. LA Times interviews the artist.
  • Judy Chicago to be represented by Salon94.
  • It's Nice That shares expert of David Hockney interview.
  • Michael Slenske profiles Louise Bonnet.
  • Artnet interviews James Turrell.
  • Christopher Knight reviews George Condo's show at Sprüth Magers Gallery.
  • Carolina A. Miranda profiles and catches up with Betye Saar.
  • The New Yorker shares Christian Marclay's sidewalk animations.
  • Artnet talks to Tom Sachs about his show with Jeffrey Deitch.
  • François Morellet and Pierre Soulages gaining increasing recognition around the world.
  • Ai Weiwei making his first feature-length film, which will be a documentary about refugees.
  • Martin Creed installs Work No. 2630 - UNDERSTANDING neon on the East river in Brooklyn.
  • Paul McCarthy and Bobby Fisher talk art. Phaidon discusses McCarthy's non-icky work.
  • Jordan Wolfson's new installation at David Zwirner in NY.
  • LA Weekly reviews some shows currently on view in Los Angeles, including at Night Gallery and Wilding Cran.
  • Artillery goes to openings in Culver City.
  • How street artists are addressing the current US presidential campaign.
  • Steven Mnuchin, son of Robert Mnuchin, named Donald Trump's campaign finance chair.
  • What you should know moving back to NYC from LA.

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