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Overtime: April 22 – April 28



More stories from the week ended April 28:
  • Financial Times interviews and profiles George Condo.
  • RIP: former L.A. Times art critic William Wilson dies at 78. He suffered from Alzheimer's disease.
  • Heirs of Baron Mor Lipot Herzog can now sue Hungary over Herzog's art collection looted during WWII.
  • Michael Little arrested for allegedly selling counterfeit Chihuly art.
  • Francois Pinault will donate two looted bronze relics from his collection to the Chinese government.
  • Cleaning lady pleads guilty in $3M theft of Benjamin Franklin Houdon bust made when he was alive.
  • Artwork from seven New York galleries fail to arrive in time for VIP opening of Art Brussels due to snafu.
  • The Helly Nahmad Gallery in Manhattan reopened a week after it was raided by U.S. agents.
  • Richard Prince wins appeal against Patrick Cariou over Canal Zone images.
  • Greece pulls two ancient nude male statues from exhibition in Doha after Qataris insisted on veiling them.
  • Jori Finkel covers MOCA gala, which includes an appearance by a fake Jeffrey Deitch, for LA Times.
  • David Shrigley, Tino Sehgal, Laure Prouvost, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye are this year's Turner Prize nominees.
  • Kate Middleton to honor The Art Room, which uses art to build self-esteem, self-confidence of young people.
  • UK Culture Secretary says art must make case for public funding by focusing on economic, not artistic, value.
  • Tate Modern to have a show of Matisse's later works. They will also have Hamilton, Polke, Malevich exhibitions.
  • A museum dedicated to Mark Rothko has opened in his Latvian hometown.
  • MOCA acquires massive Ryan Trecartin video installation that was in his Any Ever exhibition.
  • The Barnes Foundation increases ticket prices more than 22%, from $18 to $22, for most hours of the day.
  • Sotheby's business development chief George Bailey has started his own "middle market" auction firm.
  • Paddle8 Vanguard auction features works by Nate Lowman, Tauba Auerbach, Dash Snow, among others.
  • NY bracing for $1bil spending spree next month when Sotheby’s and Christies hold their major spring auctions.
  • The art market took a hit in the first quarter as sales volume fell 7% compared to 2012, according to Artnet.
  • Walter Robinson writes about Fulton Ryder, the new Half Gallery location, and Lucien Smith's work.
  • Warhol Foundation selling rare and vintage signed and unsigned Warhol posters on Fab.com.
  • The Rubells will focus on contemporary Chinese art in their next exhibition for the 2013 Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • Andy Warhol's former studio and residential townhouse in Carnegie Hill up for sale for $5.8 million.
  • Amanda Ross-Ho's public art project for MCA Chicago Plaza Project announced.
  • Jonathan Jones asks Is Ai Weiwei still an artist?
  • REVOK, FAITH47, ASKEW1, and MODE2 are among artists that have designed wine bottle labels for Fin Bec.
  • Calvin Klein Collection collaborating with Ellsworth Kelly on a special project combining fashion and art.
  • PMc Magazine has some questions for Kenny Scharf.
  • Christopher Knight reviews Urs Fischer's MOCA show.
  • Daily Mail interviews, profiles, and has images of Tracey Emin.
  • Steve Wood's long stored photographs of Andy Warhol to go on view.
  • A list of Ten Things Walter Robinson Owns and Loves.
  • DJ Hennessy Youngman, aka Henrock Allah, aka Jayson Musson puts together a CVS Bangers mix.
  • George W. Bush says his new painting hobby has changed his life. Bill Clinton speaks about Bush's paintings.
  • An interview with Kelsey Brookes.
  • New bicycle helmet released by KAWS to benefit the New Museum.
  • A review of Allison Schulnik's show at the Laguna Art Museum.
  • A step by stop look at Scott C. and his process.
  • A new commission painting revealed from Greg Simkins.
  • Pharrell pays a visit to Daniel Arsham's studio.
  • Hypebeast Spaces features Yone and his studio.
  • Cai Guo-Qiang profiled by the Smithsonian.
  • Faile showing Dublin some love.
  • Designboom interviews Aakash Nihalani.

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