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Loïc Gouzer, formerly of Christie’s, will sell a Jean-Michel Basquiat drawing on his members-only app called Fair Warning. The work is estimated between $8 million and $12 million. 
365bet体育Christie’s curated “Remastered” sale, which will feature contemporary and Old Masters pieces, opens this week. 
365bet体育Here’s a look at an alleged art forgery scheme in Michigan under investigation by the FBI. Authorities are scrutinizing eight paintings purportedly created by George Copeland Ault, Ralston Crawford, and Gertrude Abercrombie. 
Brigid Berlin, who photographed goings on at Andy Warhol’s Factory, has died at age 80. [ARTnews]
Although New York City is entering phase four of reopening, Governor Andrew Cuomo has said that indoor cultural institutions must remain closed for the foreseeable future. 
The New South Wales government has canceled its plan to relocate the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney while a group called Save the Powerhouse is calling for state funding for repairs and maintenance of the institution. 
Bloomberg reports on what the future might hold for the Shed, which, amid the pandemic, cut its budget from $46 million to $26 million and issued layoffs and furloughs. 
Art & Artists
“A surprise is in store” at Anish Kapoor’s new exhibition at Houghton Hall in the United Kingdom, according to the Financial Times. 
365bet体育Sculptor Thomas J Price has created a new bronze work, depicting a woman looking at a cell phone, to go on view in east London. “In the past I have concentrated on the male Black form, but after talking with lots of Black women, I found a way of showing what representation can look like,” the artist said. 
Fashion designers Virgil Abloh, Tracy Reese, Olivier Rousteing, and Ozwald Boateng talked with the Wall Street Journal365bet体育 about Black creative directors shaping the future of the industry.