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Overtime: May 27 – June 1



More stories from the week that ended June 1 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Jeff Koons' Split-Rocker to be installed at 30 Rock.
  • RIP: Maya Angelou, who died at the age of 86.
  • RIP: Michael Schmidt, who died at the age of 68, three days after learning he had won Prix Pictet.
  • Gunman opens fire and kills four people during attack at Brussels Jewish Museum.
  • Alexander Selvik Wengshoel eats his own hip as part of art performance. Says it tastes like "wild sheep".
  • The Guardian criticizes Pharrell Williams for including a Terry Richardson piece in his G I R L show.
  • Lucian Freud's son launches legal battle to claim share of the artist's £42mil. estate.
  • Luke Brugnara arrested for taking delivery of $11mil. worth of art and not paying for it.
  • Cooper Union alumni, professors, and students sue over Cooper Union tuition.
  • Walmart attempting to bully photographic negatives from widow of photographer.
  • Eddie Colla sues Walmart for selling his work as fake Banksy art.
  • Payingartst.org.uk campaign launched due to artists not being paid for exhibiting at publicly-funded spaces in UK.
  • MOCANoMI board rejects North Miami’s nominee for Museum of Contemporary Art director.
  • Marina Abramović's Nothing may be too similar to Mary Ellen Carroll while not acknowledging it.
  • Louise Bourgeois's townhouse is going to reopen soon.
  • What happened to some of the Banksy pieces that he hung up himself at various museums.
  • A new appraisal of the Detroit Institute of Art's collection is underway.
  • Marina Abramovic and Ed Ruscha among artists that have their work buried at Isla del Coco exhibition.
  • What Makes an Art Capital?
  • National Gallery's painting that was attributed to Rembrandt's follower may really be by Rembrandt.
  • San Francisco plans to officially offer George Lucas prime lot near Bay Bridge as the site for a museum.
  • MOCA names Helen Molesworth as chief curator. She starts Sept. 1.
  • Charles Saatchi consigns Tracey Emin's My Bed for auction at Christie's. She discusses the work. How officials in Japan did not believe she was an artist during transportation of the piece. The complexities in transporting, storing, and arranging the installation.
  • Tintin plate drawn by Hergé sells for $3.4mil. at Artcurial, setting a record for a comic.
  • Master-forger Han van Meegeren’s death mask acquired for €300 by Rijksmuseum.
  • The Sincura Group in talks to convert London Underground station into "world’s first street art museum".
  • Christie's in NY offering courses on collecting contemporary art.
  • Sotheby's London to offer the only Botticelli drawing to appear on the market in 100 years.
  • Phillips and Tumblr will hold a second digital art sale in London.
  • Details of Steve Lazarides' Banksy retrospective curatorial effort at Sotheby's.
  • Why galleries are choosing the Upper East Side rather than Chelsea in NYC.
  • Moving Image art fair expands with a edition in Istanbul.
  • Why Leslie Wexner focuses on collecting only Pablo Picasso now.
  • Scott Indrisek gives us a look at Andrew Brischler.
  • Richard Prince's work using Instagram.
  • Lilly Wei interviews David Ostrowski.
  • Q&A with Alex Da Corte.
  • About new sensation Yung Jake.
  • Andres Serrano answers 25 questions.
  • Video and highlights of Takashi Murakami's talk with Pico Iyer in Los Angeles.
  • How Pharrell Williams contributes to the art world and his future in it.
  • Hand-finished screen print released by Pejac.
  • A look at art world lawyer Joshua Roth.
  • Photographs from the house/scene of Kurt Cobain's suicide released.
  • Monica Lewinsky offered a job managing and curating the Erotic Heritage Museum.

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