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Art Consultant Lisa Schiff Cooperates With Authorities As She Faces Multiple Lawsuits + Other Stories

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Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know on Monday, June 12.


A sculpture missing from the museum is discovered – Seven months later garden wheel missing from the outdoor sculpture garden of the North Dakota Museum of Art, it has been returned safely to the institution. Two people found the artwork next to a dumpster at the Southgate Casino, Bar and Grill. “It was a shock to everyone, I think, that he was coming back,” director Matthew Wallace said. (Herald of Grand Forks)

Doris Salcedo on the myth of “postcolonialism” – The acclaimed Colombian artist’s first major solo exhibition in Switzerland just opend At Foundation Beyelerand she says her politically steeped art, which commemorates those lost and forgotten, is “like a lonely liturgy. Her work, which has often focused on atrocities in her native Colombia, now focuses on the European migrant crisis, which she calls “THE question today. “People say we live in a post-colonial or post-racist time,” she added. “There’s nothing ‘post’ about it.” (FinancialTimes)

Lisa Schiff cooperates – The artistic adviser is in the process of liquidating her assets in order to help pay creditors as she faces several trialand is cooperating with federal and state authorities, according to court documents. Schiff’s attorney, John Cahill, is representing its pro bono, and its recent movement asked the court to allow Schiff to stay civil proceedings and deny a restraining order sought by his former client Candace Barasch. (The new artpaper)


Noguchi Museum Names Board Chairs – Spencer Bailey and Susan Kessler will serve as co-chairs of the board of trustees of the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and the Garden Museum in New York, succeeding Malcolm C. Nolen who held the position since 2016. The Museum also elected Christiane Fischer, Mary Ping, and Anuj Puri as Vice Presidents, and elected Carol Rattray to join the Board. (Press release)

IFPDA Print Fair Announces 30th Anniversary Program – The world’s largest and oldest association of fine art print specialists has unveiled the more than 90 exhibitors championing more than 550 years of printmaking at the next edition of its annual exhibition, which returns to the Javits Center from 26 to October 29. Attendees range from mega-galleries Hauser & Wirth and David Zwirner, to new entrants Cade Tompkins Projects and the Lower East Side Print Shop, to invitational exhibitors Black Women of Print and Parkett. (Press release)


Almine Rech expands – The premier art gallery expands its international footprint with two new outposts: a temporary exhibition space in Gstaad, Switzerland, and a new office space in the Principality of Monaco. These spaces follow the gallery’s announced expansion to Tribeca, which is slated to open in late 2023. (Press release)

Preview of Almine Rech in Gstaad. Courtesy of Almine Rech.

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