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Overtime: Oct 24 – Oct 30



More stories from the week that ended Oct 30 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Artspace profiles Nathan Cash Davidson, Torey Thornton, and Avery Singer. (above: Torey Thornton's Rapport Vroom show at Shane Campbell Gallery).
  • Frieze reviews Jamian Juliano-Villani's The World’s Greatest Planet on Earth at Studio Voltaire.
  • RIP: Raymond Brown, who passed away during scaffolding accident in Miami while painting a mural.
  • RIP: Tom Doyle, who passed away on Oct 8.
  • RIP: Marwan Kassab-Bachi, who passed away at the age of 82.
  • RIP: Steve Dillon, who passed away at the age of 54.
  • Ottawa Sgt. Chris Hrnchiar charged after racist comments over death of Annie Pootoogook.
  • The New Art Gallery in Walsall is at risk of closure under cost-cutting proposals by the local council.
  • The British Museum’s Townley Venus sculpture had its thumb broken off by outside caterers.
  • More heritage sites damaged by two strong earthquakes that struck central Italy.
  • Christie’s had doubts concerning provenance of suspected Frans Hals forgery and declined to sell it.
  • Patrizia Asproni resigns as head of the Turin Museum Foundation after feud with mayor.
  • Urs Schwarzenbach fined $4mil. for bringing in over 200 artworks into Switzerland and avoiding taxes on them.
  • The National Gallery contesting legal claim in a NY court over ownership of Matisse’s Greta Moll portrait.
  • Vivienne Westwood accused of plagiarizing Roberta Marrero’s work and brand calls to apologize & negotiate.
  • Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame destroyed by vandal dressed as construction worker. Jamie Otis arrested on suspicion of felony vandalism for the act.
  • Mary Boone accuses Alec Baldwin of tax avoidance when he had his Bleckner shipped to CA instead of NY.
  • South Korea's Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism announce plans for new law to clamp down on forgeries.
  • Mayor Gallery files lawsuit against Agnes Martin authentication committee for catalogue raisonné exclusions.
  • Steve McCurry speaks out against arrest of Sharbat Gula, the subject of his famous photograph.
  • Pussy Riot attacks Donald Trump with new video.
  • Ben Davis on Vine Art in honor of the platform's demise.
  • Unknown Kirchner painting discovered during tests beneath later canvas.
  • London mayor Sadiq Khan pledges to create affordable artists’ studios in the city.
  • 200-year old Museo del Prado opens Clara Peeters show, its first exhibition dedicated to a female artist.
  • Luc Tuymans organizes James Ensore show at London’s Royal Academy of Arts.
  • MoMA adds NTT DOCOMO’s original set of 176 emoji to its collection.
  • Marlene and Spencer Hays donate major collection (Bonnard, Vuillard, Redon, others) to Musée d’Orsay.
  • Christopher Knight reviews The Shimmer of Gold: Giovanni di Paolo in Renaissance Siena at The Getty.
  • Ben Davis reviews Pipilotti Rist’s New Museum show Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest.
  • Keith J Varadi reviews Tamara Henderson's Seasons End: Panting Healer show at REDCAT.
  • The growth of museums in Los Angeles.
  • Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego plans renovation and expansion by Annabelle Selldorf.
  • Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in SoHo expanding to double its space.
  • Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art to receive challenge grant up to $900k from Walton Family Foundation.
  • David M. Rubenstein to become chairman of the Smithsonian Institution’s Board of Regents.
  • Anne Imhof will represent Germany in the 2017 Venice Biennale.
  • Herzog & de Meuron wins competition to design Berlin’s Museum of the 20th Century.
  • Architecture Research Office selected to renovate Rothko Chapel.
  • Ragnar Kjartansson creates Yoko Ono work from 1993 Simpsons episode for show at Reykjavik Art Museum.
  • Independent Curators International names Miguel A. Lopez '16 winner of Independent Vision Curatorial Award.
  • Sotheby's to offer Edvard Munch's Girls on the Bridge, estimated to sell for $50mil. at auction.
  • Sales at Sotheby's and Christie's shows that Islamic art market continues to grow.
  • Conor Jordan on Wassily Kandinsky’s Rigide et Courbé (Rigid and Curved), which is being offered by Christie's.
  • Phillips to offer five works from the collection of Tommy Hilfiger.
  • Marc Newson's Pod of Drawers 1987 sells for €1mil. at Artcurial Heavy Metal sale.
  • Indecline's The Emperor Has No Balls naked Donald Trump sculpture sells for $22k at Julien's Auctions.
  • Sotheby’s acquires the Mei Moses Art Indices and will rename it the Sotheby's Mei Moses. The experts weigh in on the acquisition.
  • Naomi Watts buys four works at the Take Home a Nude benefit auction.
  • ARTnews visits the opening of the TEFAF art fair in NY. Judd Tully also reports from the fair. Art Market Monitor has a summary of what sold.
  • Scott Indrisik previews Artbo 2016.
  • Pioneer Works announces the first Alternative Art School Fair.
  • Kenny Schachters' adventures in Paris during FIAC.
  • Galerie Perrotin to open a space in Tokyo.
  • James Tarmy profiles Almine Ruiz-Picasso.
  • Henri Neuendorf interviews David Kordanksy.
  • Henri Neuendorf also interviews Vito Schnabel.
  • Fortune writes about Steve Cohen's art collection.
  • The emerging role of fine art in luxury real estate staging.
  • Artnet's list of the 100 most collectible living artists.
  • Sotheby's provides an inside look at the Steven & Ann Ames collection.
  • A look at Anderson Cooper's interest in art.
  • The Art Newspaper interviews Kerry James Marshall.
  • Isa Genz­ken in W Magazine.
  • Derrick Adams wins 2016 Joyce Alexander Wein Artist Prize and $50k.
  • NY Times profiles Carolee Schneemann.
  • Danny Fox discusses some of his new paintings.
  • Jenny Holzer turns excerpts from interviews about AIDS into a new series of artworks projected onto buildings. Surface interviews the artist about the project.
  • Nigel Cooke talks about painting.
  • Frieze reviews Amelie von Wulffen's show at Galerie Barbara Weiss
  • Sam Falls interview in Purple.
  • LA Times covers shows that you should visit in Los Angeles right now.
  • Artnet's list of 10 Disruptors Who Are Completely Changing the Art World.
  • Why some artists are remembered more than others.
  • The week in NY's social scene.
  • Mitch Putnam, of OMG Posters, has put out a 11"x14" book called OMG Posters: A Decade of Rock Art.
  • A look at some of the lessons learned from Marina Abramovic's memoir.
  • Tiqui Atencio's Could Have, Would Have, Should Have: Inside the World of the Art Collector book.
  • Artnet writes about 11 Fascinating Books About Art History’s Most Scandalous Forgeries.
  • Liu Yiqian buys a $23.5mil. apartment in a high-rise facing Central Park.
  • James Franco directs a video for Sotheby's.
  • SAIC lions wear Cubs hats for the first time ever on occasion of the team being in the World Series.
  • Eight of the hottest Halloween art parties in NY.

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