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Overtime: Aug 15 – Aug 21



More stories from the week that ended Aug 21 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • David Hockney: The Yosemite Suite show is a pick in Artnet's Must-See Art Guide: Los Angeles.
  • RIP: John Vaccaro, who passed away at the age of 86 due to complications from surgery.
  • RIP: Jacques Terzian, who passed away at the age of 94.
  • Marina Abramović compares Aborigines to dinosaurs and has other racist thoughts in her upcoming book. The artist responds. Publisher will remove racist passages from book.
  • Dale Chihuly criticized for his reasons for naming a series Persians.
  • How money laundering affects the art market.
  • David's ankles could bring down Michelangelo’s almost perfect statue.
  • Gerda Taro's images vandalized in Leipzig in politically-motivated attack.
  • Two men arrested over attempted theft of a panel appropriated from Banksy work previously installed.
  • CNBC thinks that Death, divorce or bankruptcy is needed to jumpstart this art market.
  • Gary Nader battles Jorge Perez over bid for new museum development in Miami.
  • Bradley Theodore painting of Diana Vreeland stolen from Dream Downtown hotel and then returned later.
  • Madam Chung Khin Chun wanted a Xu Beihong, but instead received a replica and now broker is on trial.
  • Jeff Koons work revealed to be piece surrounding $6mil. Fabrizio Moretti lawsuit against David Zwirner.
  • Peter Doig's testimony in his authentication trial. Artnet reports on the final day of the trial. I. Kurator also covers the trial.
  • Rain Embuscado takes us Inside the Hidden Drama Behind Modern Art’s Most Treacherous Rivalries.
  • Nude Donald Trump sculptures by INDECLINE installed in cities across the US.
  • New York Public Library restores original Winnie-the-Pooh stuffed dolls.
  • CA judge declares that Norton Simon Museum can keep Cranach works that were subject to Nazi loot claim.
  • Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors exhibition does a US-wide tour.
  • Brooklyn Museum to host year-long program devoted to the history and multiplicity of feminist art.
  • NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale receives promised gifts from David Horvitz and Francie Bishop Good.
  • MoMA announces major Pedro Almodóvar career retrospective.
  • Christopher Knight reviews Loris Gréaud's Sculpt at LACMA.
  • Hammer Museum announces recipients of the three Made in LA 2016 Mohn Awards and prizes.
  • The Smithsonian Institute has announces that Rachel Goslins will head the Arts and Industries Building.
  • Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art names Lauren Haynes curator of contemporary art.
  • Portland Museum of Art announces David E. Shaw and Family Sculpture Park, which will be free to the public.
  • Stanton Williams and Asif Khan chosen to design new Museum of London at West Smithfield.
  • Minneapolis Institute of Art receives $6mil. bequest to focus on Asian art and events.
  • Crocker Art Museum acquires work by Allison Schulnik.
  • NY Times looks at Steven Korff's ceramics collection.
  • Cobo interviews Marta Gnyp about collecting.
  • Helen Molesworth answers some questions.
  • Steven Cohen's Point72 Asset Management dropped two thirds of its Sotheby’s stock. Sotheby's shares doing well since the last year.
  • Sotheby’s to auction off traditional Chinese paintings from the Roy and Marilyn Papp Collection.
  • The Collection of B.Z. + Michael Schwartz currently on display at Sotheby's.
  • Elizabeth Tenenbaum's artwork picks from Code Art Fair.
  • Artnet's list of the top Asian art collectors.
  • Tom Ford’s Tadao Ando-designed Santa Fe, New Mexico ranch on the market for $75mil.
  • H&H Classics offering Porsche Carrera acclaimed as most successful by Classic 911 Magazine for over £1mil.
  • Why Stefan Simchowitz Is the Donald Trump of the Art World.
  • Gustavo Aceves to install monumental sculptures, addressing migration issues, in front of Rome's Colosseum.
  • Hueman designs Nike Hyperdunk 2016 shoe.
  • Omul Negru at Nicodim Gallery is a Artforum Critic's Pick.
  • A list of New York’s 20 hottest public artworks on display this summer.
  • Artnet discusses advice and etiquette around museum or gallery dates.
  • Tracie Ching's Kickstarter for her Wes Anderson-themed merit badges.
  • Washington Post writes about fan participation and demand in the arts.
  • Burning Man to get a transformed Boeing 747 jet.
  • Larry Gagosian and Shaq to produce Killer Bees, a film about a black basketball team in the Hamptons.
  • Madonna coming to Art Basel Miami Beach in 2016 and wants to take a couple of fans along with her.
  • David Bowie gets commemorative plaque on former home in Berlin.
  • Supreme makes a brick.

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