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Overtime: Nov 14 – Nov 20



More stories from the week that ended Nov 14 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • NY Times reveals the artist list (which includes Henry Taylor, pictured above) for 2017 Whitney Biennial. Artnet also previews the survey.
  • One of the tallest surviving structures from ancient world has been totally destroyed by Isil at Nimrud.
  • Three people suspected of forging and distributing fake Lee Ufan paintings arrested.
  • Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam dismisses a set of 65 newly revealed "Van Gogh" drawings as imitations. The experts are disagreeing.
  • Nicholas Zoullas' mistress and boyfriend steals $15mil. worth of his erotic art and gets caught and arrested.
  • Eric McNatt sues Richard Prince, Blum & Poe, and Ocula Limited over his Kim Gordon photograph.
  • Alphonse Mucha's grandson sues Prague to stop Asian tour of Slav Epic due to conservation fears.
  • Anselm Kiefer disavows and calls for cancellation of his first exhibition in China, saying he was not consulted. Museum declares that the show will go on.
  • Frank Gehry may move to France now that Donald Trump is elected president of US.
  • Wu Tsang responds to Trump's win. As does James Welling, Mel Chin, and Martha Wilson. CARLA collects responses from around Los Angeles.
  • Gerhard Richter goes on a tirade about Angela Merkel.
  • Fritz Read resigns from AIA in protest over its pledge to work with President-Elect Trump. AIA apologizes for its pledge.
  • The city of Orlando announces plans to purchase Pulse nightclub and turn it into a memorial.
  • Bjarne Melgaard’s gets his work out of customs in Norway and in the process helps change outmoded laws.
  • An exploration of the term curator.
  • Laura Hoptman talks painting.
  • Louvre Abu Dhabi commissions site-specific artworks by Giuseppe Penone and Jenny Holzer. The Art Newspaper profiles the museum.
  • Frieze Magazine writes about Wade Guyton’s solo exhibition at MAMCO in Geneva.
  • MoMA acquires László Moholy-Nagy's EM 1 (Telephone Picture) at Sotheby's auction.
  • Guggenheim acquires work by Tauba Auerbach and N. Dash for its collection.
  • Elaine Wynn may give Francis Bacon’s Three Studies of Lucian Freud to LACMA.
  • Romanian government will buy €11mil. Brancusi despite failing to raise enough money during fundraising.
  • The BALTIC Centre of Contemporary Art launches new artists’ award - first judged solely by artists.
  • Artinfo interviews Albers Foundation director Nicholas Fox Weber.
  • Cecilia Alemani to present pared-down Italian pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale.
  • Social media manager roles at museums receive attention-grabbing salaries.
  • All three parts of Bowie/Collector Sotheby's sale in London sells.
  • Judd Tully reports on the Sotheby's Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale. Eileen Kinsella also analyzes the auction.
  • Dan Duray reports on the Christie’s Post-War & Contemporary Sale. Judd Tully also analyzes the auction. Brian Boucher writes about it as well. Katya Kazakina has additional information.
  • Eileen Kinsella reports on the Christie’s Evening Impressionist Sale. Meghana Reddy also writes about the auction.
  • Judd Tully reports on Sotheby's Contemporary Art Evening Auction. Brian Boucher gets in on the action. Katya Kazakina analyzes the sale. How the Ames collection contributed.
  • A look at the Adrian Ghenie works at auction this week. Dean Valentine may be the consignor of Ghenie's The Bridge painting, which is being auctioned by Christie's.
  • Sotheby’s to offer previously unknown, newly discovered James Ensor painting.
  • Artinfo previews Bonham’s California and Western Paintings and Sculpture auction in Los Angeles.
  • One of Disneyland's early Haunted Mansion stretching portraits to go to auction at Van Eaton Galleries.
  • Financial Times emphasizes the importance of quality in auction artwork sales.
  • Miami Herald interviews Marc Spiegler and Noah Horowitz about Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • A preview of Art Basel Miami Beach's Conversations and Salon series of talks.
  • Stefan Simchowitz's adventures in London during Frieze.
  • How retail shops are utilizing art works in their spaces.
  • The Art Newspaper explores online artwork sales platforms.
  • Artnet interviews Arnold Lehman.
  • The Art Gorgeous has a Q&A with Magnus Edensvard.
  • Christian Viveros-Fauné interviews Dave Hoyland.
  • Larry's List interviews Kavita Chellaram.
  • Artillery profiles Daniel Rolnik.
  • Alexander McQueen’s $10mil. London home hits the market.
  • A look at Gwyneth Paltrow's art collection.
  • Mary Corse now represented by Kayne Griffin Corcoran.
  • Artspace details 4 Ways for Artists to Fund Their Studios Without Actually Selling Any Art.
  • NY Times profiles Zeng Fanzhi.
  • The Standard writes about the Art of Elsa Dorfman and Jonas Wood.
  • Scott Indrisek interviews Ryan Schneider.
  • Artillery visits the Helen Pashgian show at Peter Blake Gallery.
  • Ross Simonini interviews Joshua Abelow.
  • Ajay Kurian discusses Jordan Wolfson, Petroushka, and Donald Trump.
  • Helen Marten awarded inaugural £30k Hepworth Prize for Sculpture. Will share prize cash with nominees.
  • Adam Broomberg launches poster campaign protesting the “rising right”.
  • Artspace interviews Peter Marino about his bronze sculptures.
  • Elle profiles 15 women artists.
  • Artnet's list of The 15 Most Fashionable Men in the Art World.
  • Scott Indrisek interviews Knowledge Bennett.
  • Part 1 of Artnet's The Top 30 Most Exciting Street Artists Right Now list. Part II is released. And finally, Part III.
  • Keith J. Varadi & Oscar Mendoza's photos from the anti-Trump protests in Los Angeles.
  • Frieze wonders How can art respond to Trump?
  • Stephen Bannon's views on the art world.
  • Alex Israel teams up with Duran Duran on limited edition release, with creative direction by China Chow.
  • DABSMYLA releases a new print.

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