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Overtime: Oct 3 – Oct 9



More stories from the week that ended Oct 10 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • The '90s are alive at Frieze. Artnet's list of what to see in London during Frieze week. The Art Newspaper  also has five picks of things to see. Artspace chooses five rising stars that are exhibiting work. The fair may benefit from a weak pound. Artnet picks the top 15 booths at the fair. Andrew Goldstein picks ten works from Frieze. Lorena Muñoz-Alonso has a sales report from Frieze. Artnet also looks at what sold. Artinfo gets in on the acquisitions action as well and provides an update. [pictured above: Aaron-Garber Maikovska's work at Frieze London Focus]
  • RIP: Walter Darby Bannard, who passed away at the age of 82.
  • RIP: Daphne Odjig, who passed away at the age of 97.
  • RIP: Elaine Lustig Cohen, who passed away at the age of 89.
  • RIP: Yusuf Arakkal, who passed away at the age of 71.
  • RIP: Andrew Vicari, who passed away at the age of 84.
  • RIP: George Barris, who passed away at the age of 94.
  • RIP: Joseph Wheelwright, who passed away at the age of 68.
  • Marcus Omar Glenn sentenced to 2-15 years in prison for drunken driving death of his wife’s best friend.
  • Contemporary Art Museum staff member verbally and nearly physically attacked due to Kelley Walker show.
  • Photojournalism show in Moscow centered on pictures of Ukrainian soldiers attacked by right-wing protesters.
  • France to increase funding for museums and acquisitions in 2017 budget in wake of terror attacks in Paris.
  • Institute of Contemporary Art Miami temporarily closes due to Hurricane Matthew.
  • Police in Greece arrest 26 in bust of alleged antiquities smuggling ring and recover more than 2,000 objects.
  • Christopher Knight criticizes MOCA's Pesce show for having guest curator who owns most of work on view.
  • Estate of Paul Leffmann say Picasso's The Actor, currently in Met's collection, was originally sold under duress.
  • Recent Old Masters forgery discovery could lead to up to £200mil. worth of fakes.
  • Wildenstein trial reveals feuds within the family. The trial gets rowdy during the second week.
  • Dash Snow estate sues McDonald's for copyright infringement for using a SACE tag inside their restaurant.
  • Guerrilla Girls target super-wealthy collectors that own private museums. They handed out stickers at Frieze before being stopped.
  • Dr. Thomas J. Berghuis steps down from his position as museum director of MACAN.
  • Alexander Gilkes splits up with his wife Misha Nonoo.
  • 60 Minutes has a program about Pierre and Danielle Le Guennec Picasso trove.
  • Painting previously valued at $26 turns out to be authentic Raphael after Dr Bendor Grosvenor spots it.
  • When artists use biological "materials" in their artwork.
  • Eventbrite Rally's list of 5 Provocative Art Exhibits Opening This Fall in LA.
  • James Turrell’s Meeting Skyspace reopens at MoMA PS1.
  • Tate to exhibit major Bruce Nauman retrospective in 2019.
  • The Color Line at the Musée du Quai Branly brings African American art to Paris.
  • Holland Cotter reviews the Agnes Martin show at the Guggenheim Museum.
  • London to get first major Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibition in over 20 years, at Barbican Centre.
  • Kohl’s donates $1.5mil. to the Milwaukee Art Museum.
  • Heiner Bastian and his family will give their house to the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation.
  • The Portland Art Museum to expand, connecting the museum’s two freestanding buildings.
  • New York Public Library for the Performing Arts acquires the archive of Michael Holman.
  • The Museu de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia (Maat), directed by Pedro Gadanho, is opening in Lisbon.
  • The Art Newspaper discusses why museum leaders are curating and organizing shows for private collectors.
  • NY Times looks at the auction vs. primary market for artwork during Frieze week.
  • Colin Gleadell analyzes the sale of Leslie Waddington's collection at Christie's. Judd Tully also reports on the sale. Anny Shaw also writes about the auction.
  • Judd Tully analyzes the Phillips evening sale. Colin Gleadell also has a report.
  • Colin Gleadell examines the Christie's evening sale. Judd Tully writes about the auction as well.
  • PAD fair returns to London's Berkeley Square with a tribute to Zaha Hadid.
  • When the provenance and previous ownership of works enhance its value.
  • Artsy explores how young artists price their work.
  • Hauser & Wirth now represents the estate of Arshile Gorky.
  • Leo Villareal now represented by Pace Gallery.
  • Christian Viveros-Fauné interviews Cristin Tierney.
  • Cultured covers John Wolf's Human Condition show.
  • The second part of Artnet's Mysteries of the ‘Gallery Girl' series.
  • Larry's List interviews T.O.P.
  • Carrie Mae Weems creates and shares pro-Hillary Clinton video.
  • Mousse Magazine interviews Michael Rey.
  • The Fader interviews Dread Scott.
  • Zoe Leonard's I want a president installed at the High Line in NY.
  • Lisa Barense, aka Loyola Condenser, gets gallery show of her Instagram prints at Lawrence and Clark Gallery.
  • Dan Nadel writes about Joe Bradley's Krasdale show.
  • Ren Hang's photographs in Purple Magazine.
  • Rana Begum wins 2017 Abraaj Group Art Prize and $100k.
  • Jeff Koons show opens at Almine Rech in London.
  • Lena Dunham and Laurie Simmons in conversation.
  • aqnb reviews Julien Nguyen's show at Freedman Fitzpatrick.
  • The Sunday Painter brings Samara Scott project to Four Six One Nine in Los Angeles.
  • David Hockney and David Gayford talk about pictures.
  • Rachel Rose signs to Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and they will help manage her feature film career.
  • Shepard Fairey puts up murals on the streets of Hong Kong and has a show at The Pulse.
  • Laura Owens will design a lift ticket for the upcoming ski season in Aspen.
  • Damien Hirst's Myth and Legend sculpture editions available from Other Criteria.
  • 3Arts announces the ten recipients of its ninth annual 3Arts Awards.
  • Artnet profiles 10 Female Designers Breaking the Mold.
  • Lucian Wintrich organizes a pro-Trump art show in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
  • Shia LaBeouf's next art performance.
  • A look at David Bowie's collection.
  • Snoop Dogg gives Martha Stewart an original painting of a dog.
  • A look at what artists the Beckham family collects.

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