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Alexander ForbesMuseum officials have no idea where the works are. For real?
Sarah CasconeMassimiliano Gioni has a new title and layoffs hit Sotheby's.
Alexander ForbesIt's the most significant world power not to have signed the Hague Convention.
Sarah CasconeVermeer's masterpiece under permanent house arrest at the Mauritshuis.
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Benjamin SuttonBachelorette parties at the Met, and more art world news to start your week.
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Eileen KinsellaLiu Yiqian's stunt was meant to make a point about the Chinese art market.
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Sam GaskinSee a fishing boat crewed by pandas, elephants, large cats and other mammals.
Sarah CasconeThe institution will bring Gutenberg Bible printing technology to the nation's capital.
Cait MunroSLIDESHOW: 15 photos from the ethereal installation.
Alexander ForbesHe was installing a major exhibition in Berlin.
Benjamin GenocchioThe Guardian's Jonathan Jones's "take" on the MH17 crash is despicable.
Sarah CasconeCould supposedly priceless art collection be a complete hoax?
Alexandra PeersWatermill's high priest discusses nudity, high society, and his generation.
Sarah CasconeContractors have been illegally working Sundays to finish the building.
artnet NewsSLIDESHOW: A hipster like Courbet, a narcissist like Warhol, or some combo of both?
Sarah CasconeIt will be built alongside a historic wharf used during the slave trade.
Alexander ForbesSome experts think so.
Pierre CiricAn attorney concurs that the time for “clean museums” has come.
Paddy JohnsonThe artist turned his studio into a massive animated image.
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