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Overtime: May 23 – May 29



More stories from the week that ended May 29 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Terence Koh returns. Koh talks to Artforum. New York Times interviews him. Artinfo writes about the show at Andrew Edlin Gallery. Artsy also covers his return. The Creators Project attends the parade.
  • RIP: Steve Wolfe, who passed away at the age of 66.
  • Darja Bajagić work censored from Omul Negru exhibition.
  • Artsy writes about the culturally suffocating ways that the government treats art exhibitions in Vietnam.
  • Thomas Duncan Gallery will close in June.
  • Clifton Benevento gallery closes.
  • Two boys attack and destroy Shelly Xue glass sculpture while adults film the incident.
  • Doug Chrismas' involvement with Ace Gallery comes to an end as he is terminated by Sam Leslie.
  • Morris Zukerman indicted on tax-related charges, including avoidance of paying sales tax on artwork.
  • Isa Genzken struggled with alcoholism and other issues after her divorce with Gerhard Richter.
  • Sampson Wong and Jason Lam's installation on Hong Kong skyscraper cancelled after it became politicized.
  • Anderson Cooper reports on the Knoedler scandal for 60 Minutes.
  • Smithsonian Museum holds emergency meeting to halt Parisian auction of Native American Artifacts.
  • Paddle8 lays off a lot of its staff, while many leave on their own.
  • Christie's fined $4,750 for selling a piece of elephant ivory without the correct documentation.
  • Lu Hengzhong, a member of Ai Weiwei's studio, questioned by police during evacuation of Idomeni camp.
  • Guccifer pleads guilty to hacking Bushes and releasing photos, including George W Bush's painting images.
  • Board of trustees at De Appel resigns in part due to developments surrounding dismissal of director Benedett.
  • SFMoMA continues to sell Caitlin Williams Freeman-designed cakes even though she is no longer there.
  • Too few NYers are visiting the National September 11 Memorial Museum.
  • £10mil. fund created to save a version of Armada portrait of Queen Elizabeth I.
  • Brazil's interim President Michel Temer will reinstate Culture Ministry after an outcry from country's top artists.
  • Vincent Gallo sues Facebook for allowing a fake Vincent Gallo to still exist and catfish people he knows.
  • Settlement reached between Qatari royal family and Gagosian/Leon Black over Picasso bust suit.
  • Julian Schnabel talks more about leaving Gagosian Gallery for Pace Gallery.
  • Drugs within the context of the art world.
  • Petition to stop the closure of UC San Diego's University Art Gallery.
  • What to do and not to do during artist studio visits.
  • Artsy's video about the role of galleries.
  • Do you need an art history degree to be a curator?
  • Google to launch Magenta, a project that will create art using artificial intelligence.
  • What the art scene is like in Medellín, Colombia.
  • James Richards will represent Wales at the Venice Biennale 2017.
  • Michael Govan and Peter Zumthor present model of new LACMA wing during Venice Architecture Biennale.
  • The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum acquires O'Keeffe's The Barns, Lake George painting.
  • Renaissance Society receives largest gift total in its history: $1.5mil. from three pledges.
  • Courtauld Institute of Art receives $13mil. from the UK’s Heritage Lottery Fund for major renovations.
  • Bronx Museum of the Arts gets $25mil. facelift, but no expansion.
  • Artinfo explores Jeff Koons show at Newport Street Gallery.
  • Artspace details the Guggenheim's Lavazza partnership deal.
  • Louvre and Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo sign antiquities cooperation deal.
  • Artnet provides a brief history of the Berlin Biennale.
  • Craig Robins donates 100 works to Pérez Art Museum Miami.
  • Elton John offering his Warhol Basquiat collaborative painting for sale at Sotheby's.
  • Christie’s opening exhibition space in Beijing.
  • A preview of Art Basel 2016.
  • Sneak peek of photo basel 2016.
  • Art Basel's parent company, MCH, could be acquiring Art Brussels.
  • The inaugural ARCO Lisboa opens in Portugal.
  • Artspace speaks with Paola Capata about Granpalazzo.
  • Frédéric de Goldschmidt's favorite works from Granpalazzo. Mauro De Iorio makes his choices from the fair. Cecilia Canziani also makes some picks.
  • Zaha Hadid's only NYC residential penthouse on the market for $50mil.
  • The market for Xu Lei's works.
  • Artinfo examines Gego's market.
  • Marianne Boesky doubling the size of her gallery in Chelsea.
  • Gavin Brown talks about the future of art galleries and the opening of his new space.
  • Simon de Pury talks with Charlie Rose.
  • Peter Brant has "assumed full control" over art magazines that were part of a merger last year.
  • Aaron Moulton on Seeing Is Forgetting podcast.
  • Art+Auction interviews Sindika Dokolo.
  • Artnet interviews Julia Stoschek and discusses her pop-up show.
  • Artnet profiles and speaks with Edward Zeng.
  • Larry's List interviews Peter Ibsen.
  • Jeffrey Deitch's throwback pics.
  • Porch Gallery's exhibition Fierce Generosity is a memorial exhibition dedicated to Carolyn GlasoeBailey.
  • Preview of Yayoi Kusama's show at Victoria Miro Gallery.
  • Ed Atkins receives the honor of having the inaugural show at Gavin Brown's Enterprise's new space.
  • Andes Hruby recalls being photographed by Robert Mapplethorpe and her relationship with him.
  • Scott Indrisek writes about Jordan Wolfson's show at David Zwirner Gallery.
  • Mariko Mori installs a ring installation in Rio de Jinero.
  • The Telegraph profiles Alex Katz.
  • Altman Siegel gallery now reps Alex Olson.
  • What Andrea Rosen Wants You to Know About Félix González-Torres.
  • Artnet interviews Zachary Armstrong.
  • Xaviera Simmons Kickstarter fundraiser for performance at The Kitchen.
  • Artuner interviews Andy Holden.
  • Fader interviews Rajni Perera.
  • Artifex Press to publish Lee Ufan catalogue raisonné.
  • Land Art to see in Utah, including classic works by Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson.
  • Artinfo has video of 5 must-see sculpture shows in Chelsea, NY.
  • Claire Danes is the new host of Art21’s TV series, Art in the Twenty-First Century.
  • LA Weekly spends a day in LA with Sasha Grey.
  • Bob Dylan and Andy Warhol's relationship.
  • A look at Elton John's art collection.
  • Shia LaBeouf's #TAKEMEANYWHERE hitchhiking art project.
  • Beyoncé visits William N. Copley retrospective at the Menil Collection.
  • Paris Jackson gets a tattoo of dad Michael Jackson's Dangerous cover art, created by Mark Ryden.
  • Johnie’s Coffee Shop Restaurant gets a Bernie Sanders art show.
  • Eyeglasses on floor of SFMoMA assumed to be art.

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