Trump Election Will Help the Art Market: Sotheby’s CEO … And More

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Sotheby’s CEO Tad Smith declares the Trump presidency good for the art market. (CNBC)

Claremont Museum of Art opens in Southern California. The inaugural exhibit looks at six decades of artists in the area. (Los Angeles Times)

German painter Anselm Kiefer says a survey of his work in Beijing is unauthorized, requests his work be removed. (Artnet News)

Norwegian artist Bjarne Melgaard had faced a massive tax bill importing his works from New York, because customs in Oslo decided they were not art. Now, the Norwegian prime minister is stepping in. (The Art Newspaper)

On the 20th anniversary of the death of England’s Rose, a Kensington Palace show remembers her style. “Diana: Her Fashion Story,” opens in February 2017. (Artnet News)

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