More stories below (compiled with the help of YESNIK) from this week (click on bolded words for more information):Kaws’ Small Lie figure installation at Hamad International Airport in Qatar (photo credit: @dash.jpg). 39 must-see gallery shows in New York this March. Russell Crowe “The Art Of Divorce” auction. What’s driving nonprofits into the art world’s arms. 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair New York 2018 exhibitor list revealed. Artists Space NY adds Barbara Gladstone to the board. Former Artforum Editor Michelle Kuo joins MoMA as curator. Frieze Artistic Director Loring Randolph on how asking smart questions got her in the door. What do collectors want from a big-name artist? The name or the work of art? Is that Basquiat real or fake? Here’s five tell-tale clues. Startup Codex brings blockchain to art authentication with backing from Pantera. Sotheby’s shares surge on 60% jump in full-year profit boosted by Picasso, private sales. “Vacation” – the New York gallery timeshare that’s signed up a dozen global dealers. Saudi Arabia’s Contemporary Art Scene is suddenly buzzing. The Mona Lisa may be going on tour. Hammer Museum at UCLA launches $180 million campaign to support major transformation. Hammer Museum’s ‘Made in L.A. 2018’ artist list. Facebook censors 30,000 year-old Venus of Willendorf as “pornographic.” Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-18 at the Design Museum: March 28 – August 12. Iconic Banksy Well Hung Lover artwork defaced by vandals in Bristol.