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Overtime: April 21 – April 27



More stories from the week that ended April 27 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Ryan McGinley shown by Team Gallery at Paris Photo LA, which opened this weekend.
  • RIP: Robert Olsen, who died at the age of 44 from a probable heart attack.
  • Vogue not working with Terry Richardson after new allegations (denied by Richardson) by Emma Appleton.
  • A vandal uses razor to damage Arezoo Moseni's work in a exhibition at Gallery 61.
  • Jose Carlos Bergantiños Diaz arrested after being suspected of dealing in fake art.
  • Helly Nahmad begs court judge to give him community service in lieu of prison time.
  • Pei-Shen Qia escapes to China to avoid likely lengthy prison time.
  • Building housing Tony Shafrazi, Lehmann Maupin, and Stephen Haller's galleries to be demolished.
  • Benjamin Sutton thinks James Franco's Pace Gallery show is bad and also offensive. Roberta Smith thinks he should stick to acting.
  • Banksy issues a statement disapproving the Stealing Banksy exhibition in London.
  • Jonathan Jones criticizes Andy Scott's sculptures of colossal Clydesdale horse heads in Scotland.
  • Lawsuit filed over destruction of public mural in Venice created in 1969 by Los Angeles Fine Arts Squad.
  • Cornelia Gurlitt, the aunt of Cornelius Gurlitt, revealed to have been an artist who committed suicide in her 20s.
  • Foundation for Art and Creative Technology lays off paid staff members in favor of volunteers.
  • Emergence of digitally printed film posters drives painters in India to look at alternative means of livelihood.
  • Pearl Paint in Tribeca closes its doors after 50 years in business.
  • Richard Serra's thoughts on today's New York art scene community.
  • Obama may return collection of lost Korean artifacts during his visit to the country.
  • States and cities vying for the Obama presidential museum.
  • Ten politicians that have dabbled in creating fine art.
  • Twenty-eight digital experiments by Andy Warhol discovered on aging floppy disks from 1985.
  • New evidence obtained in one collectors' thirty year quest in having his Rothko authenticated.
  • Study finds that artists have structurally different (more developed) brains compared with non-artists.
  • Two legendary women art dealers you should know about.
  • The history of the found object in art history.
  • The Andy Warhol Museum rehanging his works for the first time since it opened in 1994.
  • Alexander McQueen's Savage Beauty show, originally shown at Met, to come to London.
  • NY's museums once again take up trend of presenting dance performances in their exhibition spaces.
  • New Governors Island Park will be receiving new site-specific public art installations.
  • Christie's forces Phillips' hand in moving their evening sale day.
  • FIAC's Los Angeles debut will coincide with Paris Photo L.A. in May 2015.
  • Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner to lead a private tour of their collection and storage facility.
  • Larry Gagosian buys condo in Faena Residence Miami Beach.
  • New UK law on rings and joint acquisitions aims to stop market manipulation at auction sales.
  • Is the depth of the global art market exaggerated?
  • Brent Donovan talks about his print collection and what draws him to certain prints.
  • A list of the Top 10 Most Expensive Living French Artists and also a list of the Top 10 Most Expensive Living German Artists.
  • Last week's live Twitter Q&A with Philippe Vergne.
  • Fulton Ryder now represents Genieve Figgis. It also represents bp laval.
  • Steve McQueen one of Time's Most Influential People.
  • Takashi Murakami's first feature film, Jellyfish Eyes, about to tour eight cities in the US.
  • Roberta Smith takes a look at Sara Cwynar's show Flat Death.
  • Review of Tom Sachs's Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac show.
  • An interview with Gabriele De Santis.
  • Marsea Goldberg answers some questions.
  • Amalia Ulman’s hospital experience after receiving surgery.
  • Andrew M. Goldstein interviews Peter Brant.
  • Profile of and interview with Kyle DeWoody by Derek Blasberg.
  • New Liam Everett etchings produced by Paulson Bott Press.
  • Parra screen print released this week by HVW8.
  • Will Barras x Stendec print out now.
  • Serpentine Galleries collaborates with Comme des Garçons to develop unisex fragrance.

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