What You Need To Read This Week

                             via Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards.

                             via Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards.

The EU has officially decided not to ban the use of cadmium paint after worries that artists seriously hurt the environment when washing out paintbrushes in the sink: [Art News]

PSY, the Gangam Style singer, bought property occupied by the Takeout Drawing Gallery of Seoul and is planning to evict the artists. This debacle has so far involved several lawsuits and trips to the hospital: [Art Net News]

The oval office has your favourite abstract art pieces: [New York Times]

The British Museum will set up restoration training programs to save the monuments of the middle east destroyed by ISIS: [The Guardian]

Wait, musician Sting has had Matisse's 1947 Jazz Portfolio all this time? And is selling it at Christies with his other collection featuring artists like Robert Mapplethorpe, Ben Nicholason, and Picasso? We're just as surprised as you are. [Art News]

If you live in Britain, you have priority to buy this Rembrandt painting! Better start saving. [New York Times Arts Beat]

Light installation artist James Turrell, after being named one of Drake's favourites, released a statement that he did not direct the new 'Hotline Bling' music video after much speculation. [Pitchfork]