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Friday’s Hairy Eyeball: Ryan McGinley on Dash Snow, Luhring Augustine sued, Yoshitomo Nara graffiti charges dropped, Charles Saatachi new book, Skewville wooden sneakers, Picasso fake from Iraq

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Its Friday!

Ryan McGinley writes on Dash Snow in Vice Magazine [Vice via Art Fag City]

Yoshitomo Nara absolved of graffiti charges after 6 months good behavior [Artforum]

Judith Supine’s “Above the City in a Summer Night Dream” is installed on the Williamsburg Bridge [Wooster Collective]

$3 million for a Brice Marden painting [NY Times]

Guggenheim Museum’s most attended show in history was a Frank Lloyd Wright exhibit [NY Times]

Christie’s converts an icon Brooklyn warehouse into a veritable storage fortress [NY Times]

Sotheby’s and Christie’s downsize in LA [Lindsay Pollock]

Blum and Poe expands [Lindsay Pollock]

Banksy’s guerrilla Bristol Museum show reaches the 300,000 visitor mark [Guardian]

The Scotsman Steps built in 1899 will become a panel for a Martin Creed installation [News Scotsman via ArtInfo]

Martin Creed also billed to present a choreographed  performance at this year’s Frieze Music Presentation [Frieze]

Just prior to his first UK solo show at Hauser & Wirth, India’s contemporary art “superstar” Subodh Gupta speaks of his Western influences [Financial Times]

Summary of the International Art Fair in Delhi leads to discussion on the state of Indian Contemporary art [Economist]

Nazi looting claims relating to Norton Simon Museum’s ‘Adam’ and ‘Eve’ become the center of a legal battle [LA Times]

Probable Picasso fake uncovered in Iraq is touted by the media [ArtMarketMonitor]

C-Monster covers Skewville wooden sneakers [Skewville via C-Monster]

Ed Ruscha to receive Artistic Excellence Award from the National Arts Awards on October 5 [Americans For The Arts]

Charles Saatchi promotes his new book of art world experiences in interview with The Guardian [Guardian]

Expose on the Moscow art scene [Guardian]

Luhring Augustine sued by Moscow dealer over George Condo paintings [Bloomberg]

Annie Leibovitz potentially saved from $24 million debt to Art Capital Market by townhouses [Bloomberg]

Many thanks to ArtObserved

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Friday’s Hairy Eyeball: Ryan McGinley on Dash Snow, Luhring Augustine sued, Yoshitomo Nara graffiti charges dropped, Charles Saatachi new book, Skewville wooden sneakers, Picasso fake from Iraq