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Overtime: Jan 6 – Jan 12



More stories from the week that ended Jan 5 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Davina Semo's exhibition RUDER FORMS SURVIVE opens at Marlborough Chelsea.
  • RIP: Clinton De Menezes at age 43, murdered while protecting a friend, after saving his wife and daughter.
  • Paul Conrad's "Chain Reaction" sculpture could receive additional funding for preservation from Santa Monica.
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science will deliver its 30 vigango totems to the National Museums of Kenya.
  • Bavaria drafting a national law to ease the return of Nazi-looted art to its rightful owners.
  • The hunt for stolen and looted art in Poland.
  • Damian Brenninkmeyer, former head at Christie's, ordered to have marriage counseling for beating his wife.
  • Gregg Pierleoni accused of embezzling from company and spending on Thomas Kinkade artwork, among other things.
  • Rauschenberg Foundation trustees sue for $60 million in fees and trial set to get underway later this year.
  • Florentijn Hofman threatening to close Taiwan exhibition early in protest at an apparent copycat attempt.
  • 200 people protest the conversion of Ebrington Turner Prize gallery into office space.
  • A Satanic group wants to erect a 7' statute of Satan near Oklahoma City.
  • Gwen Goodwin claims in court that Melissa Mark-Viverito placed a curse on her in the form of a public art project.
  • Tim Haries found guilty of vandalizing portrait of Queen, which he did to highlight the "social justice issue of our time".
  • Video surfaces purporting to show attack on Park City Banksy street piece.
  • New regulations involving ability to 14-day period to return goods threatening to undermine online art market in Britain.
  • Artspace provides a primer on The Pictures Generation.
  • Mera Rubell tours 37 Baltimore art studios in 36 hours.
  • Solutions for a global art world.
  • Fidel Castro makes appearance at art studio opening after 9 Months out of public view.
  • Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has a groundhog problem.
  • MOCA reachess goal of $100-million endowment and now has new objective of $150 million. Some possibilities for the museum's next director.
  • Attendance at Frick Museum spikes due to Tartt novel.
  • Shepard Fairey showing alongside Jasper Johns in show at The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.
  • Jeffrey Uslip named chief curator of CAM St. Louis. Shows by Mark Flood, Kelley Walker, and Joe Goode coming.
  • Budi Tek's Yuz Museum in Shanghai has a soft opening. First show in May.
  • MoMA unveils redesign of building, featuring retractable glass wall, new space and opening of its free first floor.
  • Keith and Katherine Sachs donating majority of their art collection to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
  • Christie's rapidly expanding private sales division.
  • Nigerian art market increased 21.8% from 2012 to 2013.
  • Christie’s CEO Steven Murphy talks about the market in India and Indian art.
  • Art Remba's artwork rental business.
  • Profile of Russian art collector Alexey Ananiev.
  • Forbes 30 Under 30 in Art & Style this year includes Lucien Smith, Torey Thornton, Oscar Murillo, and Travess Smalley.
  • Financial Times talks with Nicholas Penny over breakfast.
  • Hyperallergic's 10 Best NYC Art Shows in 2013.
  • Thomas Struth's latest series involves photographs of Disneyland.
  • David Lynch's photography of old industrial factories and buildings.
  • Alexsandro Palombo creates some erotic images of Homer and Marge Simpson.
  • David Hockney's iPad art.
  • Oscar Murillo among the nominees for The Times South Bank Breakthrough Award.
  • Edith Abeyta crowdsourcing on Craigslist and paying for contributions to a art project.
  • Lola Montes Schnabel featured in Magnetica Magazine, with an interview by Pedro Matos.
  • Gregor Hildebrandt shares some songs that inspire his artwork.
  • Robert Indiana on NPR discussing his retrospective and the success he received from Love.
  • Alex Prager answers 25 Questions.
  • Blair Thurman interview by Bill Powers.
  • Damien Hirst unveils Mickey Mouse painting to be auctioned for the benefit of Kids Company.
  • Larry Clark's $100 photographs sale at Home Alone 2.
  • REVOK: Made in Detroit book with individually-painted cover available from MOCA.
  • Marcel Dzama print available at Whitechapel Gallery.
  • Uprise has Andrew Schoultz skate decks available.
  • Sam Flores edition of 25 on wood available on Upper Playground.
  • Katy Perry to guest curate Madonna's Art for Freedom project.
  • Bleeding Cool has a conversation with Shia LaBeouf about authorship and censorship.
  • Jessica Chastain gets put in shots influenced by classic paintings.
  • Adele buys painting by Darren Coffield and wants to commission a portrait by him.
  • Yours truly nominated for Rob Pruitt Art Award and included in Art in America's family portrait of the art world in 2013.

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