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Overtime: Sept 19 – Sept 25



More stories from the week that ended Sept 25 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Karon Davis' Pain Management at Wilding Cran exhibition images are up on the gallery's website.
  • RIP: Annie Pootoogook, who passed away at the age of 47. Her death is being investigated.
  • RIP: Jan Statman, who passed away at the age of 81 after being involved in a vehicular accident.
  • RIP: Wilf Roberts, who passed away at the age of 75 following an illness.
  • RIP: Hassan Sharif, who passed away at the age of 65 due to cancer.
  • RIP: Hassan Sharif, who passed away at the age of 65.
  • RIP: William Louis-Dreyfus, who passed away at the age of 84.
  • RIP: Teodoro González de León, who passed away at the age of 90 due to a heart attack.
  • Fire breaks out at Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm and the entire building is feared destroyed.
  • Closure: Kansas gallery closes after five years.
  • Closure: Hokitika's Carnegie Gallery closes until further notice following seismic report.
  • Metropolitan Fine Arts & Antiques in NY busted for multimillion dollar illegal ivory operation.
  • Kelley Walker's work depicting police brutality showing at CAM in St Louis causes controversy.
  • Christopher Wool painting and more in dispute during Robert and Melissa Soros divorce proceedings.
  • Tara Subkoff wants $10mil. in her divorce from Urs Fischer.
  • Dutch court orders Marina Abramović to pay Ulay over €250k over disputed collaborative works.
  • Banksy's Love Plane removed from Liverpool street and will enter "street art museum".
  • Car crashes into Museum of Broken Relationships as two people are injured.
  • Stefan Kalmár leaves Artists Space to be director of ICA in London.
  • Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce could put their art collection in jeopardy.
  • Andrew Russeth does not like Thomas Heatherwick’s Hudson Yards public art piece.
  • How relationships with dealers and collectors have changed and evolved in recent times.
  • Sir Nicholas Serota tells residents living across Switch House that they should buy curtains if they want privacy.
  • French president François Hollande announces $100mil. fund to protect cultural heritage in the Middle East.
  • Markus Lüpertz calls Berlin’s cultural scene “completely overrated.”
  • Scott Reyburn writes about the struggles faced by Paris art fairs trying to get back on track.
  • Activists in Boyle Heights march, protest, and serve galleries with eviction notices.
  • Linda Yoblansky's weekend in Los Angeles.
  • High Museum of Art to reduce price of adult admission to $14.50.
  • Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari's Toiletpaper project at the Fondation Beyeler Summer Night’s Gala.
  • Jeffrey Gundlach gives $42.5mil. to Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
  • Dusseldorf’s state museums acquire over 200 works from gallery owners Dorothee and Konrad Fischer.
  • Tate acquires its earliest picture by a female artist, a work by Joan Carlile.
  • Laura Sparks named first woman president of Cooper Union.
  • Aria Dean brought in as new assistant curator of net art at Rhizome.
  • Manuel Rabaté appointed director of Louvre Abu Dhabi.
  • Socrates Sculpture Park to get first permanent building and design is revealed.
  • Smithsonian Institution’s Archives of American Art wins the first Don Tyson Prize and $200k.
  • 2017 Venice Biennale will focus on artists and not on big themes.
  • Newly-discovered sketch leaf by Beethoven for “Emperor” concerto to be offered at auction by Sotheby’s.
  • Katya Kazakina reports on the Phillips New Now sale.
  • Original painting for E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial movie poster to be offered at Heritage Auctions.
  • What it feels like to conduct an auction.
  • Scott Indrisek previews EXPO Chicago and writes about what you might want to buy there. Artnet's list of the top ten booths at EXPO Chicago.
  • Exhibitor list released for NADA Miami Beach 2016.
  • Rirkrit Tiravanija and Tomas Vu to Open Surf Shop at UNTITLED's fair in Miami Beach.
  • Brexit could provide an advantage for the UK art market.
  • How Victoria Miro is managing sales for Njideka Akunyili Crosby's works.
  • Andrew Russeth writes about the golden age of art dealing.
  • Niels Kantor and Stefan Simchowitz discuss the market for young artists previously hot at auction.
  • Stefan Simchowitz installs rotating display of art in the new ICM Partners offices.
  • Why investors are looking at Sotheby's stock performance and the art market in general.
  • What Loretta Würtenberger, founder of the Institute for Artists’ Estates, is doing for artist estates.
  • Part 1 of Kenny Schachter's summer art and car adventures. And also part 2.
  • Art Jobs interviews Ken Harman.
  • Larry's List interviews Amy Phelan.
  • Theaster Gates acquires gazebo at the site of where Tamir Rice was shot. The Art Newspaper talks to David Adjaye and Theaster Gates.
  • Mary Reid Kelley and Lauren Redniss among the winners of 2016 MacArthur “Genius” grants.
  • Artnet profiles Manuel Mathieu.
  • Julie Mehretu appears on The Modern Art Notes podcast.
  • Josh Faught and Ruth Laskey win San Francisco Artadia Awards and $10k each.
  • LA Times visits Larry Clark's show at UTA Artist Space.
  • Arnet interviews Harmony Korine.
  • Frieze visits Rachel Rose's show at Pilar Corrias.
  • Artspace has a Q&A With Jorge Pardo.
  • Paper Mag interviews Sasha Frolova.
  • Flaunt Magazine profiles and talks to Chris Coy.
  • Artinfo has a Q&A with Sara VanDerBeek.
  • Artnet writes about the Os Gemeos show currently at Lehmann Maupin.
  • Solveig Settemsdal wins the Jerwood Drawing Prize and £8k.
  • Roger Hiorns wins 2016 edition of the Faena Prize for the Arts and gets $75k to create work.
  • Artspace surveys folks about what artists should and should not do during a studio visit.
  • Artnet covers the week in art events.
  • TOILETPAPER x Daft Punk limited edition vinyl record now available.
  • Page Six previews Alberto Mugrabi's wedding to Colby Jordan.
  • Michael Kohn's model train collection.
  • Whitney Museum shop sells limited edition honey.
  • A look at Sophia Coppola's art collection.
  • Madame Tussauds separates wax figures of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in their exhibit.
  • Kanye West joins Instagram and says it will be his art.
  • Jared Leto to star as Andy Warhol in upcoming Hollywood film.
  • Whoopi Goldberg wears a Vetements hoodie on the View

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