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Overtime: April 17 – April 23


More stories from that week that ended April 23 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • The Art Newspaper previews Awol Erizku's upcoming show at Ben Brown Fine Arts.
  • RIP: Barkley L. Hendricks, who passed away at the age of 72.
  • RIP: Cyrus James Tilton, who passed away at the age of 39.
  • RIP: Magdalena Abakanowicz, who passed away at the age of 86.
  • RIP: Mervyn 'Skip' Williamson, who passed away at the age of 72.
  • Animal rights campaigners calling for cancellation of a performance in Australia by Hermann Nitsch.
  • May Xue to resign as CEO of Ullens Center for Contemporary Art.
  • Great-grandchildren of Peggy Guggenheim accuses Guggenheim Foundation of defying her wishes.
  • Getty Center evacuated and closed early on Tuesday after receiving bomb threat.
  • Five residents of apartment building located next door to new Tate Modern extension sue, claiming voyeurism.
  • Street artists threaten legal action over unauthorized use of their artwork by McDonald's.
  • Alec Baldwin’s lawsuit against Mary Boone heads to trial, but judge dismisses one count.
  • The rise, fall, and comeback of Richard Hambleton.
  • Laura Poitras learns the reason why she was detained at airports for years.
  • The Artist Pension Trust withdraws 18 lots from Sotheby's auction.
  • Jerry Saltz talks about his past life as a failed artist.
  • Otto Piene's former studio open for last time before closing to become ZERO Foundation's headquarters.
  • The Independent and Art Brussels fair battle for dominance in Brussels.
  • Artnet on why the market for Damien Hirst’s work isn't as bad as it appears.
  • Marc Porter back at Christie's after short 3-month stint at Sotheby's.
  • Steven Cohen revealed to have donated $1mil. to Trump inauguration.
  • Where you should live in the US if you want to work in the arts.
  • The possibilities for Seattle becoming an art and culture powerhouse.
  • Steven Murphy thinks that next major art market boom will be in the US West Coast.
  • Inaugural Los Angeles Arts Datathon was this weekend.
  • Wikipedia edit-a-thon results in 6,500 more women artists having expanded Wikipedia entries.
  • Mr. Porter profiles and speaks with Michael Govan.
  • Opening exhibition at Institute of Arab and Islamic Art in NY will include works by four female artists.
  • The Art Newspaper interviews Massimo Osanna about the preservation of Pompeii.
  • Gillian Wearing to become first woman to create statue for Parliament Square, with one of Millicent Fawcett.
  • Susan Cianciolo's Run Restaurant opens three-day duration at the Whitney Biennial.
  • Museum of Ice Cream gets a run in Los Angeles.
  • Sotheby's to offer Jean Michel Basquiat’s Untitled painting from 1982, which could sell for $60mil.
  • Christie's to offer Brancusi’s sculpture La muse endormie in it's Impressionist and Modern Art NY sale.
  • Preview of Art Brussels 2017.
  • Artnet's recommended shows and events to see during Berlin Gallery Weekend 2017.
  • A look at the Rodin market.
  • Artsy writes about how galleries support their artists.
  • Artsy explores the role of the art advisor.
  • Sprueth Magers announces worldwide representation of Otto Piene.
  • Jeffrey Grove joins Sean Kelly Gallery after stint as curator at Dallas Museum of Art.
  • Vulture shows us what Kara Walker is up to.
  • Kerry James Marshall included in Time Magazine's list of The 100 Most Influential People.
  • Sam Jablon interviews Keltie Ferris.
  • How Andy Warhol turned Marilyn Monroe into a star.
  • Ben Davis on the influence of Merce Cunningham on art history.
  • Silke Otto-Knapp chooses five things to do in Los Angeles.
  • Gael García Bernal to star in film about Christmas Eve robbery of Museo Nacional de Antropología.
  • Arts students pitch business ideas in a friendlier shark tank at CalArts.
  • Behind the scenes of virtual reality-based artwork creation.
  • Art and artist-based film in the Tribeca Film Festival.
  • The Kitchen offers limited edition benefit vinyl record by John Cale.
  • Some social events, openings, and parties from the past week.
  • The art installations at Coachella.

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