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1 The Art Angle Podcast: 5 Technologies That Will Transform the Art World by 2030
2 The Back Room: Compare and Contrast
3 Banksy’s Famed Shredded Artwork, ‘Love Is in the Bin,’ Sells for a Record $25.4 Million at Sotheby’s—18 Times the Non-Shredded Price
4 Vincent van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ Has Captivated the Public for Over a Century—Here Are 3 Things You Might Not Know About It
5 Introducing: The Artnet Intelligence Report, Fall 2021 Edition
6 The FBI Has Busted Once-Rising Artist Christian Rosa for Selling Forged Paintings Purportedly by His Former Mentor Raymond Pettibon
7 Why Did So Many Workers Get Laid Off From U.S. Museums When They Received So Much Federal Aid? A New Report Crunches the Numbers
8 ‘We Found It in Bubble Wrap’: A 17th-Century Tiepolo Drawing Has Been Rediscovered in the Attic of a Historic U.K. Manor
9 What Will Become the Next Big Art Destination in the Coming Decade? We Asked 10 Art-World Insiders
10 In Need of Cash, Burning Man Is Selling Art in a Sotheby’s Charity Auction That Includes a $50,000 Rocket Car
11 6 Takeaways From the Artnet Intelligence Report’s Profile of T.O.P, the K-Pop Star and Collector’s First Interview in Years
12 These Sphinx Patio Ornaments Were Offered for $700 at an English Auction House. Turns Out They’re Ancient—and Sold for $265,000
13 Download the Full Fall 2021 Artnet Intelligence Report Here
14 Larry Gagosian and Artist Anna Weyant Step Out on the Town, Buyer of Last Week’s $21 Million Basquiat Outed, and More Art-World Gossip
15 The Met Museum Is Deaccessioning $1 Million Worth of Photos and Prints to Fill a Revenue Shortfall Caused by the Pandemic
16 A Danish Museum Lent an Artist $84,000 to Reproduce an Old Work About Labor. Instead, He Pocketed It and Called It Conceptual Art
17 Art Industry News: Dave Grohl Says ‘Nevermind’ Might Get New Album Art in Light of the Lawsuit From the Cover Baby + Other Stories
18 Masterworks, a Company Offering Fractional Shares of Major Artworks, Is Now Valued at Over $1 Billion
19 ‘I Needed a Wider Spectrum With Total Freedom’: Ex-Fashion Designer Martin Margiela Has Just Gained Worldwide Gallery Representation
20 An Artist’s Busts of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and John Lewis Go Up in New York’s Union Square
21 Artnet Analytics Dive: What’s Happening in the Photography Market?
22 Editors’ Picks: 12 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From Greater New York to Archtober
23 Mark Rothko’s Abstract Art Has Fallen Out of Fashion. Here’s How a Cohort of Industry Players Is Working to Revive His Market
24 In a Reversal, London Will Keep Two Statues of Slaveowners on View (But With Explanatory Texts)
25 The Art Angle Podcast: How Art Basel Did (and Didn’t) Change After a Two-Year Hiatus
26 Art Industry News: Did Banksy Pull Another Bait-and-Switch When It Comes to His Notorious Self-Shredding Artwork? + Other Stories
27 From Banksy’s Record-Shredding Sale to an FBI-Busted Art Star: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week
28 Is This the Most Expensive Work at Art Basel? One Dealer Has Brought a $40 Million Fresh-to-Market Painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat
29 Anna Park’s Charcoal Drawings of the End of the World Have Earned Her Fans From Top Curators to KAWS. At 25, She’s Just Getting Started
30 Art Industry News: Paul McCartney Says That John Lennon’s Desire to Make Art With Yoko Ono Really Did Break Up the Beatles + Other Stories
31 The Back Room: A Post-American Art World?
32 artnet AG: artnet Announces NFT Sale for Autumn Season, Strong Sales on artnet Auctions and artnet News
33 NFTs Make Their Debut at Art Basel, Where Collectors Are Curious—And a Bit Confused—About the New Art Medium
34 The Back Room: The Center Cannot Hold
35 Art Industry News: Artist Hito Steyerl Declines Germany’s Highest Honor, Accusing the Committee of ‘Diversity-Washing’ + Other Stories
36 From the New MacArthur ‘Geniuses’ to a Gratuitously Well-Endowed Italian Sculpture: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week
37 Danish Artist Condemns Hong Kong University’s Removal of His Tiananmen Monument After Over 20 Years: ‘I Think They Will Destroy It’
38 The Duo That Invented the Art World’s First Crypto Platform in 2014 Is Back With a Tool to Help Galleries Launch Their Own NFT Marketplaces
39 Sotheby’s Launches Metaverse, a Dedicated Digital Art Platform, With a Little Help From Pak, Paris Hilton, and Time Magazine
40 Spotlight: Dealer Elena Ulansky on the Pleasures of Helping Would-Be Collectors Connect to Art
41 Art Industry News: Turns Out the Success of Artist Neo Rauch Is Based on a ‘Historical Misunderstanding,’ Per the New Yorker + Other Stories
42 Art Industry News: Model Emily Ratajkowski Loses Copyright Battle Against a Photographer + Other Stories
43 Panel Discussion: How Can Artists Explore New Technologies While Grappling With Sustainability?
44 Christie’s Will Sell Works by Dana Schutz, Nicolas Party, and Other Contemporary Art Stars to Benefit the NYC AIDS Memorial
45 In Pictures: See the Spectacular Realization of Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s Ultimate Dream to Wrap the Arc de Triomphe in Paris
46 Frieze London’s Newest Section Seeks to ‘Deconstruct the World as We Know It.’ There’s Good Art There, Too
47 Master Forger Wolfgang Beltracchi Shows Off His Skills (and Pointed Humor) With a New NFT Collection
48 Art Basel Unlimited, the Fair’s Section for Oversize Works, Debuts With a $3 Million Bread House and a Whole Lot of Big Paintings
49 Art Industry News: A French Politician Likens Christo’s Wrapped Arc de Triomphe to a ‘Garbage Bag’ + Other Stories
50 From an Astrologer’s Advice to Libra Artists to the Death of a Gardner Heist Suspect: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week
51 Finally Stabilized After a Catastrophic Fire, Notre Dame Cathedral Is Ready to Be Rebuilt—Maybe in Time for the 2024 Summer Olympics
52 Liste, the Beloved Satellite Fair for Emerging Talent, Lobbied Art Basel to Set Up Shop Inside the Messeplatz. The Gambit Paid Off
53 Editors’ Picks: 11 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From Open House New York to a Warhol-Themed Corn Maze
54 Editors’ Picks: 11 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From New Art by Mike Perry of ‘Broad City’ to the Affordable Art Fair
55 Three Heads of State Backed a Blockbuster Art Show About Democratic Values. Critics Say Its Organizers Don’t Practice What They Preach
56 Is Jeff Koons as Passionate About Uniqlo as He Sounds? Why Is This Unicorn Named After Picasso? + Other Questions I Have About the Week’s Art News
57 Michelangelo Made This Haunting Pieta For His Own Tomb. Conservators Have Spent Years Painstakingly Restoring It—See Their Process Here
58 It’s on Us to Queer the Metaverse: A Digitally Savvy Athens Biennale Tackles the Promises and Pitfalls of Web 3.0
59 ‘You Have to Experience It in the Radical Present’: How Anicka Yi’s Ultra-Sensorial Tate Commission Resists the Age of Instagram Art
60 Art Industry News: The Frick Will Hang Queer Contemporary Artists Alongside Old Masters at the Breuer Building + Other Stories
61 Will Disgraced Art Dealer Inigo Philbrick Avoid Trial After All? Court Papers Suggest He Could Be in Settlement Talks With U.S. Authorities
62 With Camera Crews and a Slick Studio, Christie’s $88 Million Evening Sale in London Felt Like a TV Show—Luckily, Buyers Tuned in
63 What I Buy and Why: Art Dealer Carla Camacho on the Best Collecting Advice She Ever Received, and Why She Likes to Shop at Work
64 Editors’ Picks: 11 Events for Your Art Calendar, From a Show About Texas on Governors Island to a Truly Bonkers Dog Dinner
65 Obsessed With the ‘Bad Art Friend’ Case? We Are, Too. Here’s How a Recent Art Copyright Decision Could Shape the Outcome
66 Frieze Opens Its Cork Street Gallery Complex, Offering International Dealers a Slower-Paced Alternative to the Art-Fair Hamster Wheel
67 Art Industry News: Sotheby’s Is Selling the U.S. Constitution in Its Contemporary Art Evening Sale for Some Reason + Other Stories
68 ‘It’s a Carnival Life’: Four Artists and One Art Dealer at New York Comic Con on Surviving Lockdown—and Returning to the Convention Circuit
69 A Basquiat Painting Picked Up in 1998 for Less Than $400,000 Could Make More Than $40 Million at Christie’s in November
70 How Did Immersive Van Gogh Top Taylor Swift? Does Anyone Ever #AskaCurator? + Other Questions I Have About the Week’s Art News
71 Rare 18th-Century Drawing by Rococo Artist Tiepolo Discovered in English Estate's Attic
72 What Did Egyptian Mummies Really Look Like? A Gene-Tech Company Has Unwrapped the Mystery, Creating Hyper-Realistic Portraits
73 Hot Lots: 7 Works That Completely Upended Expectations at Last Week’s Modern and Contemporary Art Day Sales in New York
74 Who Is the Enslaved Child in This Portrait of Yale University's Namesake?
75 Jan Van Eyck’s Famed Ghent Altarpiece Got an Assist from His Older Brother Hubert, Researchers Find
76 A $21.2 Million Picasso Soars to a New Record as Basquiat and Other Western Art Stars Dominate Sotheby’s Auctions in Hong Kong
77 The Art World's Technological Revolution Is Coming. Here's What a Truly Networked Art Market Will Look Like
78 Cambridge University’s Jesus College Has Become One of the First U.K. Institutions to Actually Return a Benin Bronze to Nigeria
79 Why We Are Launching Artnet News Pro, Our New Members-Only Section Offering an Insider’s View of the Evolving Art Market
80 Mexico City Will Replace Its Christopher Columbus Statue With a Replica of a Pre-Hispanic Indigenous Female Figure
81 Introducing: The Spring 2021 Artnet Intelligence Report
82 New Archaeological Find in Utah Suggests Humans Have Been Using Tobacco Since the Ice Age
83 The week in art news – City of London to keep statues with slavery links
84 What’s With All the Hitler NFTs? Will Robots Put Street Artists Out of Work? + Other Questions I Have About The Week’s Art News
85 The Back Room: Changing the Game
86 Germany Plans to Return Over 1,000 Benin Bronzes to Nigeria in 2022
87 Editors’ Picks: 8 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From Ming Smith’s Air Jordan Project to an Art Advisor’s New Podcast
88 Art Industry News: Artists of Color Say Aspen’s Very White and Very Self-Congratulatory Art Fests Are ‘Jarring’ and ‘Gross’ + Other Stories
89 An Exhibition of Never-Before-Seen Sketches Reveals That Van Gogh Planned a Sequel to His Famous Painting ‘The Potato Eaters’
90 The 15 Most Popular Artnet News Stories of 2020, From Miserable Restoration Fails to the True Purpose of Stonehenge
91 15 Minutes With a Price Database Power User: The Head of Photographs at Artnet Auctions on the Evolution of the Market
92 Reversing a Trump Order, President Biden Has Reinstated Federal Protection for Two Natural Landmarks in the Utah Desert
93 Here Are the 15 Most Expensive Artworks Sold at Auction Around the World in July 2021
94 Editors’ Picks: 10 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From a Show of Cringeworthy Art to a Christie’s Conference on NFTs
95 British Museum won’t return Greece’s Parthenon Marbles
96 Art Industry News: The New York Times Calls Artnet’s Wet Paint the ‘Essential’ Chronicle of NYC’s Downtown Art Scene + Other Stories
97 Editors’ Picks: 11 Events for Your Calendar This Week, From a Chess Grandmaster at the Rubin to a Modern Spin on Artemisia Gentileschi
98 Art Industry News: Pop Artist Peter Max’s Children Are in a Colorful Battle to Control His Empire + Other Stories
99 Editors Picks: 11 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From Julie Mehretu at the Whitney to Alteronce Gumby in Queens and Manhattan
100 Art Industry News: Hey, Party People! New York City Officials Are Looking to Build a Museum of Nightlife + Other Stories