01 The Gardner Museum has extended a $10 million reward for information leading to the recovery of works stolen from the museum in 1990.
02 Scholars confirmed Tuesday that 20 artworks by Modigliani previously on view at Genoa’s Palazzo Ducale were actually fakes.
03 Jean-Michel Basquiat’s record-breaking $110.5 million painting will go on view at the Brooklyn Museum at the end of January.
04 David Zwirner will expand his New York presence with a five-story Renzo Piano-designed building in Chelsea.
05 La Salle University’s decision to deaccession 46 works from its collection has drawn criticism.
06 A New York court ruled that billionaire art collector Dmitry Rybolovlev can use confidential documents from Sotheby’s in an international legal fight with Yves Bouvier.
07 The pioneering curator Kynaston McShine has died at age 82.
08 Discussions concerning the return of Cameroon’s “Bangwa Queen” sculpture, currently held in France, have stalled.
09 Authorities seized several antiquities from the New York home and office of billionaire collector Michael H. Steinhardt.
10 The debate continues over the Met’s decision to require out-of-town visitors to pay its full $25 suggested admission fee.
Cover image: Edouard Manet’s painting Chez Tortoni (top) is seen near an empty frame at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on December 27, 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts. Photo by Ryan McBride/AFP/Getty Images.
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