sábado, 28 de enero de 2017

Christo Cancels Project over Trump

and the 9 Other Biggest News Stories This Week

01  Christo will abandon a planned Colorado installation to protest President Donald Trump. More »

02  South Korea’s minister of culture resigned after it was discovered that she had blacklisted some 10,000 artists, preventing them from receiving funding. More »

03  The Bronx Museum of the Arts will not be receiving a loan of works from Cuba because of fears that the pieces could be seized by U.S courts. More »

04  On Sunday, Spain’s Interior Ministry announced the arrest of 75 people across Europe for trafficking in stolen art and artifacts. More »

05  The company art collection of German food manufacturer Dr. Oetker will return a portrait by Anthony van Dyck to the heir of a Jewish art dealer who fled the Netherlands. More »

06  A merger between the forthcoming World War II museum in Gdańsk and another war museum led by minister of culture Piotr Glinski has potentially endangered the autonomy of the proposed major new museum. More »

07  MoMA has lost a sculpture it commissioned from artist Pat Lasch in 1979. More »

08  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has acquired the popular Rain RoomMore »

09  Actor Shia LaBeouf was arrested while mounting an art installation, a livestreamed protest of President Donald Trump. More »

10  A British art forger has been sentenced to three years and seven months in prison after pleading guilty to charges of fraud and forgery. More »

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