More stories from the week that ended July 16 (click on bolded words for more information):

  • Dallas Museum of Art acquires Yayoi Kusama’s All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins installation.
  • RIP: Lala Rukh, who passed away at the age of 69.
  • RIP: Daniel LaRue Johnson (1938-2017).
  • Salvador Dalí’s body to be exhumed next week to help resolve paternity battle.
  • Vika Gazinskaya steals Brad Troemel’s artwork for its clothing designs.
  • NY-based graffiti artists suing Vince Camuto for alleged misappropriation and infringement of their mural work.
  • Four, including security guard, are arrested in theft of giant gold coin from Bode Museum.
  • Museum Kunstpalast pulls Andreas Achenbach painting from show after Nazi loot claim by heirs of Max Stern.
  • U.S. appeals court rules that Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum must face heirs’ claim for looted Pissarro painting.
  • Artnet on Why the Feds Were Smart Not to Throw the Book at Hobby Lobby for Buying Iraqi Loot.
  • U.S. Sen. Tom Udall says that fake Native American art is flooding the market.
  • Liberty London department store removes works by Jared Madere and Architecture Social Club.
  • Zanele Muholi’s footage of friend being pushed down stairs by possibly racist Airbnb host causes uproar. Man who pushed her charged with attempted manslaughter.
  • Glafira Rosales ordered by federal judge to pay $81mil to victims of Knoedler forgery case.
  • Selfie-taker toppling work at 14th Factory exhibition may have been a publicity stunt.
  • Thieves that stole jewelry from Masterpiece art fair had the key to cabinets.
  • Police destroy Thierry Boutonnier’s Lyon Architecture Biennial installation after mistaking it for cannabis farm.
  • Financial Times asks if blockchain can help to block art market fraud.
  • Tim Schneider on the importance of written contracts in the art world.
  • How galleries are adapting in order to survive. And part two of the series.
  • Sir Nicholas Serota and Tristram Hunt urge protection of free movement for artists and performers after Brexit.
  • The future of the art scene in Dubai.
  • The Standard has a gallery guide to Los Angeles. Artnet look sat Art Battle.
  • How documenta 14 has impacted the Athens art scene.
  • Study looks at where artists are living in New York.
  • Six caves in Swabia Jura, home to some of world’s oldest art, added to World Heritage List by UNESCO.
  • Dozens of previously unknown Thomas Gainsborough drawings discovered in book at Windsor Castle library.
  • Dia Art Foundation purchases eight works by key Mono-ha artists Lee Ufan and Kishio Suga.
  • Danh Võ retrospective coming to Guggenheim Museum.
  • New-York Historical Society launches free civics course for Green Card holders.
  • Agnès b. to open art foundation in Paris.
  • Klimt & Rodin: An Artistic Encounter at Legion of Honor in San Francisco will be Klimt’s first show in California.
  • Ben Davis writes about Hélio Oiticica on occasion of To Organize Delirium show at the Whitney Museum.
  • Parviz Tanavoli’s Lions of Iran at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art green-lighted after election victory.
  • The Art Newspaper previews Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power at Tate Modern.
  • Artnet covers Hidetomo Kimura’s annual Art Aquarium exhibition at Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall.
  • Gurlitt trove of Nazi-tainted art makes its first appearance at Kunstmuseum Bern.
  • Shortlist to design Barbican concert hall includes Gehry, Levete, Piano, and Foster.
  • Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis receives $25k grant and will launch diversity fellowship program.
  • Rem Koolhaus-designed The Factory, home for Manchester International Festival, begins construction.
  • Guadalupe Rosales is LACMA’s first Instagram artist in residence.
  • Ava DuVernay and Hilton Als to be honored at Hammer Museum gala.
  • The Art Newspaper interviews Thomas Campbell about why he left the Met.
  • Andrew Goldstein interviews Shanghai Project Co-Founder Yongwoo Lee.
  • Richard Gabriele transforms Duchamp’s urinal into a mini golf course outside Philadelphia Museum of Art.
  • Over 1,000 Frida Kahlo lookalikes gather at Dallas Museum of Art for a New Guinness World Record.
  • Sam Gilliam discusses the Venice Biennale.
  • Rare painting of Brontë sisters could sell for $50k at JP Humbert Auctioneers.
  • Jean-Paul Engelen named deputy chairman, Americas at Phillips.
  • FIAC reveals 2017 program, as well as the exhibitor list.
  • Unseen Amsterdam art fair announces participants and program for 2017.
  • The highlights of Frieze Sculpture Park 2017 in London.
  • The Bridge art fair coming to the Hamptons.
  • Three of primary NY Armory Week fairs held first week of March, while ADAA Art Show opens week earlier.
  • Artinfo writes about Condo New York.
  • Africa’s art scene may be about to take Asia’s place in the spotlight.
  • The latest edition of Joel Mesler’s True Confessions of a Justified Art Dealer.
  • Larry’s List interviews Elliot Perry about collecting.
  • Walter Robinson and Lisa Rosen’s art collection.
  • Collecteurs releases and sells a capsule edition of Max Frintrop originals.
  • David Zwirner’s Hong Kong space to launch with new works by Michaël Borremans.
  • The Art Newspaper profiles Oksana Zhnikrup, whose work Jeff Koons appropriated for his sculptures.
  • Theaster Gates plans DJ booth and fire hose artwork for 95th St. Red Line in Chicago.
  • Diane Arbus’s sexual adventures and how it related to her photography and art.
  • Tom Sachs on the art of space.
  • Aki Sasamoto featured by art21.
  • Paper Magazine writes about Adrian and Kai Schachter.
  • Liam Gillick collaborates with New Order to design set for Manchester International Festival performances.
  • Morgan O’Hara on getting people to write the US Constitution by hand.
  • Douglas Coupland puts a giant van Gogh head in a vineyard.
  • Rasheed Araeen discusses the influence of Anthony Caro.
  • Charles Saatchi’s writes about Frida Kahlo’s The Two Fridas.
  • Artnet’s list of The Best Art Shows to See in the Greek Islands This Summer.
  • Study says that AI-generated art now looks more convincingly human than work at Art Basel.

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