Randy Kennedy chats with Iona Rozeal Brown, who has shows coming up at Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art and Salon 94 Freemans. [NYT]
Knoedler hit with another lawsuit, this one from a collector who argues that disputed paintings sold as genuine Abstract-Expressionist works are, in fact, genuine and that the gallery should have worked harder to sell them. [NYT]
“Stolen” Banksy mural withdrawn from auction. [Bloomberg]
“President Hollande gives special dispensation for Manet’s [Olympia] to travel to Venice.” [The Art Newspaper]
“Ballet with bits: Artist makes computer program that makes art.” [The Brooklyn Paper]
The 2,600-year-old Cyrus Cylinder, which is, in some sense, an early declaration of human rights, will visit the U.S. from the British Museum. [CNN]
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