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Overtime: April 14 – April 20



More stories from the week that ended April 20 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Nowness video of Julian Schnabel creating and speaking about his work.
  • CRIF calls for cancellation of auction of Adolf Hitler and Hermann Goering's personal effects. Sale is subsequently dropped from plans.
  • Doreta Peppas finding it impossible to sell her Nazi-looted Van Gogh paintings.
  • Despite protests from architects & preservationists, demolition of American Folk Art Museum due within month.
  • Banksy fans on the prowl for the location of his new work. It is found in Bristol and removed with crowbar by local club. It is now to go on public display in Bristol art gallery
  • Waldemar Januszczak calls for the firing of Penelope Curtis.
  • Kayvon Edson may be behind Boston bombing hoax performed during anniversary of attack.
  • The Seven Surprising Ways the Internet Has Screwed the Art World.
  • The Delaware Museum of Art has a number of works vandalized by a group using stickers.
  • All six of Syria’s World Heritage sites classified as endangered by Unesco.
  • Reopening of Musée Picasso has been delayed yet again.
  • Unusually cold winter weather cut into attendance and contributed to six-figure deficits at Milwaukee museums.
  • Michael Ovitz, Shepard Fairey, Iwan Baan, Zoe Crosher among creditors in Rubenstein Gallery bankruptcy.
  • Larry Salander's fraud victims still waiting to be paid back.
  • Cindy Sherman provides her opinion of James Franco's recently opened Pace Gallery show.
  • The story of forger Mark Landis told in documentary film.
  • How wealthy art collectors avoid paying out taxes by lending their works to museums first.
  • Harald Falckenberg writes about the interaction and reaction of art with society.
  • Mohamed Ali Fadlabi and Lars Cuzner seek to recreate The Congo Village human zoo in Norway.
  • Marianne Rosenberg plans to open her own gallery on the Upper East Side.
  • Finland's postal service unveils set of  stamps featuring artwork from Touko Laaksonen, aka Tom of Finland.
  • Joan Jonas to represent United States at 2015 Venice Biennale. Pamela Rosenkranz will represent Switzerland at the 2015 Venice Biennale.
  • A list of 25 women in the top of the art world.
  • BP portrait award shortlist for 2014 revealed.
  • Tate Modern opens a show of Matisse's cut-outs.
  • MoMA plans a Robert Gober retrospective.
  • A look at Silicon Valley Contemporary art fair and a comparison to Art Basel.
  • The advantages and disadvantages for artists in having gallery representation.
  • Kim Gordon officially joins 303 Gallery.
  • David Hammons buys warehouse in Yonkers, where he will open a new art gallery.
  • Gavlak Gallery to open second space in LA.
  • Pace Gallery and Axel Vervoordt opening in Hong Kong.
  • Artnet News’ list of the top 10 most expensive living British artists.
  • Artwork sales in 2014 off to a great start.
  • An interview with Richard Serra about his Qatari desert sculpture.
  • Novembre Magazine interviews Michael Manning.
  • Q&A with Grear Patterson.
  • A Q&A With Jesse Greenberg.
  • Tauba Auerbach discusses her life in NYC and her first solo show in London.
  • Virginia Overton answers some questions.
  • Matt Connors featured in W Magazine.
  • Amalia Ulman's iOS photos.
  • Judy Chicago to light up Prospect Park with a fireworks display featuring her work.
  • James Franco does his take on Cindy Sherman's film stills.
  • A list of ten Hollywood/celebrity art collectors and what they collect.
  • Perrotin asks Pharrell Williams to curate an exhibition of works in his new gallery in Paris.
  • Antonio Banderas to play Pablo Picasso in upcoming film about making of Guernica.
  • FIAR releases print edition by Ryan McGinley.
  • Ryan McIntosh's Print of the Week for this week.

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