Quantcast
Channel: Features – Arrested Motion
People Here Also Viewed:
Viewing all articles
Browse latest Browse all 1453

Overtime: Aug 1 – Aug 7

0
0

Storm-King-1

More stories from the week that ended Aug 7 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Artnet shares some art-filled day trips from NYC.
  • Ben Medansky's studio and everything in it lost to fire in Downtown Los Angeles.
  • LA Times writes about the gentrification resistance in Boyle Heights centered around art galleries.
  • Will Zika concerns be a major issue during the Miami art fairs in December?
  • Justin Giarla leaves San Francisco as artists, collectors, and others discuss financial disputes with the dealer.
  • Lenora Claire fighting to change archaic anti-stalking laws.
  • Lushsux Instagram account censored by the platform after Hilary Clinton pic goes viral. The artist subsequently alters the mural by covering the presidential candidate in a niqab. He releases a limited edition print of the image.
  • Magnus art-pricing app removed from Apple's App Store due to evidence of widespread data theft.
  • Giancarlo Neri public art installation in Rio, coinciding with 2016 Olympic Games, scrapped due to budget cuts.
  • Pokémon Go player crashes into Deana Haggag's car. Her house is Great Blue Heron, Fishing Gym PokéGym.
  • Jeff Wall leaves Marian Goodman after 25 years to go to Gagosian Gallery.
  • Zehra Doğan among those detained in Turkey’s wave of arrests after a failed military coup.
  • Trial judge denies request to reconsider California Resale Royalty Act decision.
  • Trial for lawsuit centered on Peter Doig painting the artists says he did not paint set to begin on Monday.
  • Harry Brant arrested, charged with larceny, resisting arrest, and drug possession after skipping $28 taxi fare.
  • Studies show that there is a lack of ethnic and racial diversity among top museum staff in the US.
  • Jens Hoffmann out as deputy director of Jewish Museum.
  • Lori Hotz, global head of postwar, contemporary at Christie's, leaves company amid declining sales.
  • Kanye West Watermill Center Benefit performance postponed until next year. Photos from the event, as well as other summer social events.
  • Robert Ekelund on Why the booming contemporary art market is bad for art museums.
  • Jamie Sterns writes about exiting the gallery world as a professional.
  • Ronald S Lauder says that a work with a disputed provenance was discovered at New York’s Neue Galerie.
  • Why collecting art and investing in it for money is frowned upon.
  • X-ray reveals mysterious female face hidden beneath Degas' Portrait of a Woman painting.
  • Jamillah James named curator of new ICA LA.
  • Michelle Obama visits MCA to view Kerry James Marshall exhibit.
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art had its best year ever in attendance, despite $10mil. deficit.
  • The Getty Research Institute acquires major collection of works on paper by Käthe Kollwitz and her peers.
  • A preview of LACMA's Meander galleries.
  • Garage Museum of Contemporary Art organizes first exhibition in St Petersburg, featuring Russian artists.
  • 100 Joseph Beuys works on paper in exhibition at Edinburgh’s Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.
  • Creative Time adds seven new members to its board of directors, including Trevor Paglen and Waris Ahluwalia.
  • Daehyung Lee appointed curator of the Korean Pavilion (group show) for the 2017 Venice Biennale.
  • FRONT International: Cleveland Exhibition for Contemporary Art triennial coming in 2018.
  • The Tennessee State Museum to receive donation of 238 Red Grooms graphic works from Knestricks.
  • The Hyde Collection receives gift of artwork and cash valued at $11mil. from a Schenectady architect.
  • Jupiter Artland unveils a new permanent outdoor commission by Christian Boltanski.
  • USC Roski School hires Suzanne Lacy, Patty Chang, Edgar Arceneaux, Kori Newkirk, and Keith Mayerson.
  • CGC 5.5-graded Action Comics #1 issue sells for $1mil. at Heritage Auctions.
  • Sotheby's to offer works from the Steven and Ann Ames collection.
  • Kenny Schachter finds his way back on Facebook and writes about his mischief in Ibiza.
  • Swizz Beatz's No Commission Art Fair has a Bronx, NY edition.
  • Bortolami Gallery launches Artist/City project, which install artworks in nontraditional spaces across the US.
  • Artnet's list of six art dealers under the age of 40 to watch.
  • CoBo's list of Top 5 Asian Collectors You Need to Follow on Social Media.
  • Why antiques fairs are now also showing contemporary art.
  • Hannelore K. claims copyright of new work after claiming "collaboration" with Arthur Köpcke increased value.
  • Robert Irwin installation opens in Marfa.
  • Mariko Mori's sixth Olympic ring installation: Ring: One with Nature.
  • Brandi Twilley's show at Sargent's Daughters.
  • Juergen Teller to curate exhibition of works by Robert Mapplethorpe at Alison Jacques gallery.
  • Patrick Martinez interview with Take Two on KPCC 89.3 FM.
  • Petra Cortright by Stefan Simchowitz, in Vogue Italia.
  • Pioneer Works announces its fall 2016 residents.
  • KCRW's ArtTalk visits some group shows in Los Angeles.
  • Blake Gopnik writes about an unknown "self" portrait of Andy Warhol.
  • Richard Diebenkorn: The Catalogue Raisonné release date announced.
  • Rob Pruitt creates for J.Crew.
  • Tracey Emin, David Shrigley, Eddie Peake, and others discuss work they created for Rio Olympics.
  • MoMA/MoMA PS1 Records label to release The Thoughts of Gilbert & George.
  • Artnet writes about 12 Sound Artists Changing Your Perception of Art.
  • Architectural Digest visits the home of Laure Heriard Dubreuil and Aaron Young. They also provide a tour of Marc Jacobs' house and art collection.
  • Pikachu statue appears in New Orleans.
  • Tips on how to take a art selfie.
  • Jimmy Fallon and Jonah Hill draw fruit and a nude model.

Viewing all articles
Browse latest Browse all 1453

Latest Images

Trending Articles



click here for Latest and Popular articles on Mesothelioma and Asbestos


Latest Images