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A German manufacturer of food products has returned a painting to the heirs of a collector killed by the Nazis.
The Art Newspaper
Investigators arrested 23 people in Italy as authorities unearth what they say is a crime ring devoted to trafficking in stolen artifacts.
Here’s a look at Epstein’s connections in the art world.
The 7,000-square-foot Fifth Avenue apartment of the late arts patron Jayne Wrightsman, who ranked on ARTnews’s Top 200 Collectors throughout the ’90s, has been listed for $50 million.
The New York Times
The Aspen Times took a look around Oscar Murillo’s new solo show at the Aspen Art Museum, which opens this weekend.
The Aspen Times
Art historian Julia Bryan-Wilson on the “art and afterlife of Bauhaus weaver Anni Albers,” on the occasion of the group show “Maneuver,” curated by Lynne Cooke, at the Artist’s Institute.
In case you missed it: a first look at Kusama’s new solo show at David Zwirner in New York.
Reminder: In less than a week, a Kusama-designed balloon will take flight as part of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.