Tracey Emin and My Bed Photo via: Portland Press Herald
Tracey Emin’s Bed Heads to Tate

Coline Milliard

A dream come true?

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Budget Crisis at France’s Maeght Foundation

Sarah Cascone

Aimé Maeght's descendants squabble over a scheme to sell works from the collection.

Mark Englert, Jurassic World limited addition art print available at the San Diego Comic-Con International. Photo: Mark Englert.
San Diego Comic-Con Offers Fine Art, Too

Sarah Cascone

The annual nerd convention now doubles as a fair for geek art.

An Ethereal Evening of Performance at the Watermill Center

Cait Munro

SLIDESHOW: Photos from one of the premiere art events of the summer.

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Meteorite Sculpture Will Be International Space Station’s First Artwork

Sarah Cascone

A space rock returns to the heavens.

Yung Hee Kim and Benjamin Genocchio Host Candle-Lit Hamptons Soiree

Patrick McMullan

SLIDESHOW: Honoring Melissa Chiu as Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden director.

Alain Mila's fountain was painted without the artist's consent Photo via: Le Republicain Lorrain
French Mayor Slammed for Painting Public Art

Coline Milliard

Political appropriation or sheer idiocy?

Will the Flower District Be New York’s Next Gallery Hub?

Rozalia Jovanovic

In one pioneering dealer's words: "The area was five blocks of plants and sex."

A Soviet T-54 tank similar to that taken by the Ukrainian rebels Photo: Sandstein via WikimediaCommons
Ukrainian Rebels Raid Museum for Weapons

Alexander Forbes

Has MH17 fallout tightened their supply lines?

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Around the Art World in Three Minutes

Benjamin Sutton

The perils of running a food cart outside the Met, and more news to start your week.

Jeff Koons's Balloon Dog (Orange) (1994-2000) sold at Christie's for $58.4 million last November, the highest price ever paid at auction for a work by a living artist
Alibaba Unleashes Litter of Koons Balloon Dog Knockoffs

Eileen Kinsella

For collectors who care more about price than pedigree, there's an option.

artnet Asks Saudi Art Scene Expert Myrna Ayad

Benjamin Genocchio

In a post–9/11 world, the editor's new book challenges preconceived notions.

Last-Minute Art Getaways: Frank Gehry’s Master Plan for the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Rozalia Jovanovic

The starchitect has been brought in to quietly modernize Philly's core institution.

Azuma Makoto, Exobiotanica (2014) Photo: Azuma Makoto via artist's website
artnet News Cheat Sheet

Benjamin Sutton

The top 10 stories from the week of July 21–25.

International Dealers Make Art Southampton Worth the Trip

Cait Munro

SLIDESHOW: Our 30 favorite works from the summer's last fair.

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France’s Nude Art Models Rally for Better Working Conditions

Benjamin Sutton

Basic job security and ending unhygienic practices are among their demands.

Photo: Kelly Weill via Twitter.
Will NYC’s New ID Cards Grant Free Museum Admission?

Sarah Cascone

Sign us up!

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Berry-Hill Shows How Not to Conduct Art Investment (Again)

Eileen Kinsella

Arbitrator awards firm $3 million for losses on crooked deals.

Mosque of Younis (2006) Photo: Josef Hadi via Wikimapia
ISIS Militants Demolish Jonah’s Tomb in Iraq

Alexander Forbes

It was held in a Sunni mosque in Mosul.

Opinion: Hopi and Navajo Masks Auction Precedent in France Is Dangerous

Pierre Ciric

No indigenous peoples have legal standing to pursue cultural claims in France.

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Does The Lightning Field Still Belong to Walter De Maria?

Gracie Mansion

The great land-art site is a copyrighted work. Try telling that to an Instagrammer.

Are Skyrocketing Taxes Running Dealers Out of Chelsea?

Rozalia Jovanovic

It's not just rising rents that have driven Betty Cuningham and Casey Kaplan to…

A Clash of Cultures on the Santa Fe Biennial Trail

Alexandra Peers

The well-known art town faces increased competition from new art fairs and events.

Banksy mural in Cheltenham.
Does Banksy’s Spy Booth Belong to the Government?

Sarah Cascone

British surveyor hatches plan to rescue £1 million mural from the auction block.

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Cantor Center Gifted Thousands of Works by Warhol, Diebenkorn, and Jacob Lawrence

Benjamin Sutton

SLIDESHOW: Three separate donations for Stanford's art museum.

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