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Overtime: Feb 6 – Feb 12



More stories from the week that ended Feb 12 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Petzel's We need to talk…  show in David Ebony’s list of top 10 New York gallery shows this winter.
  • RIP: Dahlov Ipcar, who passed away at the age of 99.
  • RIP: Arlyn Pillay, who passed away at the age of 35 after being shot by his brother.
  • Fifteen masked men break into Visual Culture Research Center, destroys an exhibition, and steals artworks
  • Manaf Halbouni's vertical bus installation intended as a monument to people of Aleppo draws protests.
  • Shia LaBeouf's He Will Not Divide Us exhibit is shut down by Museum of the Moving Image due to violence.
  • Paris will install 8-foot bulletproof glass walls around Eiffel Tower, emphasizing aesthetics, access, and security.
  • Artists faced pronounced rise in attacks and censorship in 2016, according to report.
  • Tom Hill rejects National Gallery's £30mil. offer to buy Pontormo portrait because he would lose $10mil.
  • Institutions, galleries, artists, critics, and curators sign petition against Trump’s immigration ban. MoMA responds to Trump’s immigration ban by hanging work by artists from countries affected by executive order. Artists in countries affected by ban speak about facing an uncertain future in US.
  • Jen Graves resigns as art critic of The Stranger.
  • Auction sales for 2016 down at Christie’s, Sotheby’s and Phillips. Judd Tully reports on Christie's sales.
  • Proposal for Skulptur Projekte Münster (SPM) to be every five years instead of ten is shot down.
  • After fall in visitors over recent years, Tate Britain hoping David Hockney retrospective will pull in the crowds. Artnet writes about the show.
  • Possibility of building demolition may force several NY midtown galleries to relocate.
  • Artinfo looks at Murray Guy's last exhibition.
  • Is the Metropolitan Museum of Art on the decline?
  • Did the woman depicted in Mona Lisa have syphilis?
  • Pete Sousa's Instagram account appears to be taking shots at Donald Trump.
  • Anish Kapoor pledges to use $1mil. given to him from winning Genesis Prize to help world’s refugees.
  • NADA New York will donate half the proceeds from ticket sales to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
  • Images of Gauguin in Tahiti discovered in photo album acquired at auction.
  • Tracey Emin funding a four-year scholarship for a refugee student at Bard College Berlin.
  • Artinfo's The 2016 Power List: High-Wattage Women, Part 3.
  • Jori Finkel writes about the artwork found on Los Angeles' billboards.
  • Hunter Drohojowska-Philp discusses Dubuffet Drawings: 1935-1962 at the Hammer Museum.
  • Diego Rivera's Zapatista Landscape travels to LACMA for Picasso & Rivera: Conversations Across Time show.
  • Preview of the Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion show at Victoria & Albert Museum.
  • The Art Newspaper shares three museum shows you should see in London.
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art makes all public domain works in its collection available online.
  • UK’s Government Art Collection (GAC) plans to set up its own gallery to showcase its "off duty" art collection.
  • Three college campuses in the US with built-in art installations.
  • List of participating artists for Viva Arte Viva at 57th Venice Biennale revealed. Artinfo has a list of all the artists and national pavilions in the Biennale. The Art Newspaper writes about the main exhibition.
  • Nathaniel Mellors and Erkka Nissinen will represent Finland at the Venice Biennale.
  • Oprah Winfrey sold Gustav Klimt‘s Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer II (1912) in 2016 for $150mil.
  • Christie's opening a new space in Beverly Hills.
  • Sotheby’s to have its first-ever erotic art auction.
  • Los Angeles Modern Auctions announces highlights selection for its March 5 Modern Art & Design auction.
  • Artnet reports from the Zona Maco fair.
  • Loney Abrams chooses the 10 Best Artworks From Mexico City's Material Art Fair 2017.
  • MCH Group (owner of Art Basel) buys stake in Art Düsseldorf.
  • Artinfo writes about Dallas Art Fair.
  • The latest in Kenny Schachter's art market adventures and dealings.
  • How Artsy achieves success in the online art sphere while others struggle or fail.
  • Artist Pension Trust to sell work at auction for the first time in its 13-year history.
  • The third annual UNICEF NextGen Art Party will held on Saturday, March 11 in Venice, LA.
  • New York Times interviews Ryan McGinley.
  • New York Times profiles Vija Celmins.
  • Carolina A. Miranda profiles Patrick Martinez.
  • Tim Steiner's sells Wim Delvoye-tattooed skin on his back to collector Rik Reinking.
  • Scott Indrisek interviews Takashi Murakami.
  • Gerhard Richter's little known cartoon drawings.
  • Jack Pierson talks to writer Eileen Myles.
  • Kenneth Goldsmith writes about Francis Picabia.
  • Nominees for 2017 Prix Marcel Duchamp shortlist announced.
  • Artspace interviews Asher Penn about the importance of print magazines.
  • Andy Warhol's early gay art that he was unable to have exhibited.
  • Artspace interviews Hans Haacke.
  • Peter Blake's daughter Rose shares her experience on a ride in LA with David Hockney.
  • Stefan Simchowitz photographs rugby players at Art Gallery of New South Wales.
  • How Carmen Herrera inspired Albert Kriemler’s Spring 2017 collection for AKRIS.
  • The week in social events & parties in New York.
  • U2's Adam Clayton discusses the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat.

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