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Overtime: July 18 – July 24



More stories from the week that ended July 24 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Yanyan HuangGiardino del Tempo at Tomorrow Gallery featured by Mousse Magazine.
  • RIP: Mladen Stilinović, who passed at the age of 69 after battling a serious illness.
  • RIP: Billy Name, who passed away at the age of 76. When he turned Andy Warhol's Factory silver.
  • RIP: Carlos Nine, who passed away at the age of 72.
  • Jeff Koons' studio lays off 14 workers.
  • Met Museum might let go of as much as 100 workers after facing huge deficit.
  • Jack Shainman Gallery will not reconsider hanging of Dread Scott flag.
  • Marc Restellini to publish new Modigliani catalogue raisonné, despite death threats.
  • Adolf Hitler’s birthplace and childhood home may either be demolished or turned into a museum.
  • Andrew Schoultz & Paul Insect artworks censored and pulled from South Park-themed exhibition.
  • Scientific research team retracts findings that say Damien Hirst’s formaldehyde works are a health risk.
  • Zara steals Tuesday Bassen's work and sends her a callous response to her letter.
  • US federal prosecutors plan to seize $1bil. in assets controlled by fund connected to Jho Low. The prosecutors expose Jho Low’s secret scheme to illicitly aquire $137mil. in art.
  • Leigh and Leslie Keno face charges of improper bidding and are accused of not paying for auction items.
  • Christie’s 2016 first half sales volume is down by 27.5%.
  • Gagosian Gallery settles with State of NY over its failure to pay sales tax on works sold by its CA affiliate.
  • KPCC on gentrification in Boyle Heights and how the opening of art galleries may have triggered it.
  • Fake or Fortune authenticates Lucian Freud painting, despite the artist having claimed it is not his work.
  • Recepient of Van Gogh's ear revealed to be a farmer’s daughter who lived north of Arles, France.
  • Brian Whiteley retrieves his Donald Trump tombstone from NYPD after it was confiscated.
  • Artnet's guide to the Los Angeles gallery scene, via 5 neighborhoods.
  • KPCC covers the first ever Los Angeles Public Art Biennial.
  • MTA's new five-year, $27bil. spending plan will bring new art to 31 stations across system in New York.
  • 17 summer museum shows that might be worth traveling for in the United States.
  • UNESCO lists Le Corbusier's works among its World Heritage Sites.
  • Artnet's list of the 10 most respected art dealers in Europe.
  • Pokémon Go's popularity in London museums.
  • François Pinault to display works from his collection for first time in Germany at Museum Folkwang.
  • Guerrilla Girls get first dedicated UK show at Whitechapel Gallery.
  • Suhanya Raffel will be the new executive director of M+ Museum.
  • Julian Brooks appointed senior curator and head of drawings at Getty Museum.
  • Asian Art Museum in SF releases renderings of wHY-designed expansion.
  • Rashid Johnson is now the second artist ever named to Guggenheim Foundations’ board.
  • Akron Art Museum will launch the Akron Art Library, which will lend out artwork as they would books.
  • Smithsonian American Art Museum acquires artworks by Janet Echelman, Maya Lin and Leo Villareal.
  • Kanye West collaborating on an art installation piece with Robert Wilson at the Watermill Center benefit gala.
  • UCLA graduate studios renovation plans moving forward thanks to donation from Margo Leavin.
  • Patton Hindle, Courtney Childress, and RJ Supa open Yours Mine & Ours gallery in LES, NY.
  • Leslie Waddington's collection to be offered by Christie's this fall.
  • Jane Fonda offering a Warhol portrait and other items in a sale at Julien’s Auctions.
  • Bonhams will have two major works by Irma Stern in its Sept 14th sale.
  • Artnet covers Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation’s annual St. Tropez Gala.
  • Expo Chicago Announces Expo Video programming schedule.
  • Paris’s Outsider Art Fair announces roster of participating galleries.
  • A list of the most expensive British artists at auction.
  • Artnet's 10 tips for pricing artwork.
  • Claus Busch Risvig discusses collecting in the Scandinavian art scene.
  • Matthew Barney to recreate Blind Perineum performance at Gladstone Gallery.
  • Jessica Silverman Gallery now represents Judy Chicago.
  • Andy Warhol's pet portraits.
  • The art history behind Deborah Kass's anti-Trump print.
  • Frank Gehry exhibits fish sculptures at Gagosian Gallery in Rome.
  • 18 female artists share advice to women just starting out in the art world.
  • Mnuchin Gallery exhibiting Sean Scully show in Sept.
  • Spencer Tunik stages nude photoshoot with 100 women during Republican National Convention. Esquire goes behind the scenes.
  • Keith J Varadi reviews Shio Kusaka's show at Blum & Poe.
  • LA Times reviews Peter Alexander, Sculpture 1966-2016: A Career Survey at Parrasch Heijnen Gallery.
  • Lynzy Blair interviewed in Frank151 about the Night & Day show at Joseph Gross Gallery.
  • Logan Hicks is the next artist to create work on the Houston Bowery Wall.
  • 10 paid residencies around the world for artists to research and apply to.
  • Tate Shop releases new Wolfgang Tillmans works.
  • The Pit releases Amando Ross-Ho Eternal Flame limited edition poster.
  • Google launches new version of Google Arts & Culture website and app.
  • A list of art-related books to take to the beach and read this summer.
  • The art history of Donald Trump. Plastic Jesus creates baby border wall for Donald Trump Hollywood Walk of Fame star. Brian Boucher writes about the photo of a Trump supporter in front of Jeff Koons' Michael Jackson and Bubbles.
  • Frances Bean Cobain selling her artwork online.

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