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Overtime: May 22 – May 28


More stories from the week that ended May 28 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Eileen Kinsella provides a look at the Marciano Art Foundation museum. KCRW also looks at the museum, as well as the growth of private museums in general. The Hollywood Reporter also covers the opening. Christopher Knight reviews the museum and shows. Tim Schneider also provides his opinion. Christopher Hawthorne explores the architecture of the museum.
  • RIP: Stanley Brouwn, who passed away at the age of 81.
  • RIP: Dan Campanelli, who passed away at the age of 68.
  • RIP: Rand Castile, who passed away at the age of 78.
  • RIP: Rich Buckler, who passed away at the age of 68.
  • CRG Gallery to close after 25 years.
  • Wilkinson Gallery to close after nearly two decades.
  • Donald Trump’s newly released 2018 budget calls for eliminating the National Endowment for the Arts.
  • Berta Colón disputes dismissal and accuses staff member at El Museo del Barrio of employee intimidation.
  • Perry Rubenstein sentenced to 180 days in jail and three years of formal probation.
  • Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump failed to include their art collection in required financial disclosures.
  • Todd Andrew Desper arrested on charges he was trying to sell artwork stolen in Gardner Museum heist.
  • William D. Adams, chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities in the US, has resigned.
  • Art Cologne and Art Brussels will take place during the same time in 2018.
  • How the Royal Academy came close in the '70s to selling Michelangelo's Taddei Tondo.
  • Jeff Koons ballerina sculpture bears striking resemblance to a work by Oksana Zhnikrup. Koons studio says that they produced the work under licensing agreement.
  • Italy court ruling bars appointment of five new museum directors, citing Skype interviews as invalid.
  • Steven Lavine, who is retiring as president, shares his memories at CalArts.
  • Soap to blame for blemishing paintings and causing conservation worries.
  • Artnet looks back at 6 Forgotten Art Darlings From the Gilded-Age Market Boom.
  • Jeremy Deller puts Strong and stable my arse posters across London.
  • Matt Carey-Williams leaves Phillips to become a director at Blain Southern.
  • Martin Roth defends co-curating Azerbaijan pavilion.
  • NY Times thinks that Modern African Art Is Being Gentrified.
  • Brooklyn Rail co-founder Phong Bui says publication will relaunch with bigger staff and more reviews.
  • Pissarro painting in Gurlitt trove returned to heir of Max Heilbronn.
  • Caravaggio’s final paintings could provide a clue to his last days.
  • How Lisbon became one of Europe's hottest art capitals.
  • France’s former culture minister among candidates to be new director-general of UNESCO.
  • Saudi Arabian government presented two exhibitions of contemporary art especially for the Trumps.
  • The British Museum’s Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave exhibition focuses on last 30 years of artist's life.
  • The Turner Prize to be held at the Turner Contemporary gallery in Margate in 2019.
  • Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art receives $15mil. from the Windgate Charitable Foundation.
  • Deutsche Bank  planning to establish a new arts forum in central Berlin to exhibit its corporate collection.
  • Michael Bloomberg gives $75mil. to Shed Arts Center in New York's Hudson Yards. Artnet writes about the space, opening in 2019.
  • Holland Cotter reviews the Venice Biennale and provides an opinion on the Damien Hirst show in Venice.
  • Gilbert & George's Scapegoating Pictures on display in St. Matthew’s Church by Berlin’s Kulturforum.
  • Artnet previews Prospect New Orleans.
  • Renoir's former summer home in Essoyes becomes a musuem opens to the public after major overhaul.
  • Foundation for Contemporary Arts will give out a new $40k annual Roy Lichtenstein Award.
  • Artnet interviews Agnes Gund.
  • The current status of Jeff Koons' Train sculpture.
  • Heffel Auction House sets new auction record for a Jean Paul Riopelle work at auction.
  • Sotheby’s offering £15-25mil. Kandinsky painting in its Impressionist & Modern Art Sale in London.
  • Sotheby's to sell work from Mario Testino's collection and proceeds will benefit charity.
  • Kenny Schachter's adventures during the New York auctions last week.
  • Artnet's 12 takeaways from the New York auctions last week.
  • Bloomberg explores tax issues involving sale of $110.5mil. Basquiat.
  • Sotheby’s auction sales paintings by Barkley L. Hendricks breaks record for the artist.
  • Apollo 11 Contingency Lunar Sample Return Bag containing moon dust could sell for $4mil. at Sotheby's.
  • Exhibitor list for EXPO CHICAGO released.
  • Artinfo previews Art Athina 2017 in Athens.
  • Peter Blum Gallery moves to downtown NY and adds new artists, including Enoc Perez.
  • A look at the market for Florine Stettheimer's works.
  • How art is being used to sell real estate.
  • The Globe and Mail discusses the various considerations and options in passing on your art collection.
  • LA Times visits John Baldessari, who has new prints out with Mixografia.
  • Santiago Sierra staging performance where he reads names of people who have died in Syrian civil war.
  • Valeria Napoleone’s guide to female artists she thinks you should know about.
  • Mona Lisa: The People and the Painting book by Martin Kemp sheds new light on Leonardo da Vinci.
  • Julian Schnabel announces that Willem Dafoe will act lead in upcoming Van Gogh biopic.
  • Why Showtime’s Billions gets it right when it comes to the artwork in the show.
  • Artinfo shares Jacky Aizenman’s guide to his hometown San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • Arcade Art Gallery releases Anthony Ausgang limited edition print.
  • Artnet's list of the 25 fanciest art parties in America this summer.
  • Donald Trump gives the Pope Rising Above sculpture by Geoffrey C. Smith.
  • Crayola will have a new blue color crayon.

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