Quantcast
Channel: Features – Arrested Motion
Viewing all articles
Browse latest Browse all 1453

Overtime: June 16 – June 22

0
0

ce41a_june13_hepworth_img

More stories from the week that ended June 22 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • A review of Franz West's show at the Hepworth.
  • RIP: Ultra Violet, who died at the age of 78 due to cancer.
  • Heritage sues Christie’s for $60mil. over handbag personnel and trade secrets.
  • Brad Pitt and Peter Capaldi leading efforts to raise £20mil. to restore fire-damaged Glasgow School of Art building.
  • Finnish people unhappy with the possibility and feasibility study of Helsinki Guggenheim.
  • More MOCANoMi drama between the board and city. It further escalates.
  • France’s culture budget loses €55mil. due to efforts to reduce national deficit.
  • Keith Haring and Andy Warhol fakes making their way around the market.
  • Delaware Art Museum's William Holman Hunt painting sells for $4.25mil. - well under estimates.
  • Thirteen works on paper (part of larger installation) by Bernhard Gwiggner stolen from an exhibition at ICON-Galerie.
  • Ai Weiwei's lawyer, Pu Zhiqiang, detained by Chinese and may be going to prison.
  • Jerry Saltz wonders why so many "New Abstraction" works look the same.
  • Kanye West claims that Annie Leibovitz backed out of shooting his wedding. He mad.
  • New 49er's stadium in Santa Clara commissions 200 works of art.
  • How Phil Whitfield became the Dallas Cowboys' ambassador for art.
  • Works made in ceramic becoming fashionable.
  • An introduction to The Jogging, featuring Keith Varadi, Jesse Stecklow, and Spencer Longo.
  • When art galleries become international destinations.
  • What will be the future of Bergamont Station in Santa Monica?
  • LA Mayor Garcetti nominates arts education advocate Danielle Brazell to head cultural affairs department
  • Artspace's first part in its series of guides to art language and word usage.
  • Infrared technology used to uncover hidden painting found under Picasso's The Blue Room.
  • Ryan Seacreast the most high profile name of the new board of trustees members at LACMA.
  • MoMA to stage exhibition of Björk's costumes, instruments and video collaborations.
  • Whitney Museum and The High Line announce collaboration, with Alex Katz as inaugural artist.
  • Smithsonian Institution scans Barack Obama’s head to create the first 3D portrait of sitting president.
  • Titian’s Danae painting will be on display at the National Gallery of Art beginning July 1.
  • Adam Lindemann provides some great insights about the art world on Instagram.
  • Bonhams is for sale.
  • A brief history of Art Basel. Early market sales report out of the fair. A fair report, from Judd Tully. And another one by him. Artnet's Basel sales report. Gallerist has some sales info.
  • Interview with Peter Bläuer about the Liste art fair.
  • Designboom interviews Will Cotton.
  • Artnet writes about ten smart buys at Art Basel's satellite fairs.
  • A look at the market for Jeff Koons' work.
  • Sotheby's sells British Guiana One-Cent Magenta stamp for record $9.5mil. Why stamps are increasing in price.
  • Robert De Niro Sr. has a new auction record for a painting.
  • Francis Bacon's 1967 study of Lucian Freud painting, owned by Roald Dahl, to be auctioned at Christie's.
  • Marisa Sage talks about going from operating a gallery to becoming a art consultant.
  • A guide to the different types of collectors out there.
  • Casey Kaplan leaving Chelsea after ten years and moving to the Flower District in 2015.
  • Pace Gallery opens a temporary space in Switzerland.
  • Josh Baer talks to David Mugrabi in Basel.
  • CIA facial software uncovers a photograph of Francis Bacon in drag.
  • A look inside Louise Bourgeois' New York home.
  • A history of Bernadette Corporation.
  • Lucien Smith to have solo show in Oct with Depart Foundation in collaboration with American Academy in Rome.
  • Jeff Koons, in his own words, talking about feelings.
  • Carsten Höller builds a big slide sculpture on the Vitra campus.
  • Ben Davis writes about Pierre Soulages.
  • Kerry James Marshall joins David Zwirner Gallery in London.
  • Secundino Hernández, Celia Paul, Eric Fisch, and Kara Walker join Victoria Miro's artist roster.
  • Jake and Dinos Chapman look to crowd funding to raise money for an exhibition.
  • LA Times reviews Aurel Schmidt and Pierre Molinier's show at M+B.
  • Profile of and interview with Terry Richardson.
  • Shepard Fairey's wheat paste a indicative sign of revitalization in Downtown Los Angeles.
  • Wolfgang Tillmans looks back and ahead on his career.
  • Tyler Green talks to Jo Ann Callis.
  • Jonas Lund's Flip City project.
  • Shelley Holcomb featured in Forth Magazine.
  • Flaunt interviews the Date Farmers.
  • Brandi Milne profiled on The Hundreds.
  • Hypebeast sits down with James Jarvis.
  • P. Diddy helps promote Jennifer Hayes' work while he was in St Louis.
  • Visionaire releases a Hermes edition.
  • Cristina Bergoglio, the Pope's niece, has a art exhibition in Miami.
  • William Koch's passion for art and craftsmanship and his crusade against fake wine.

Viewing all articles
Browse latest Browse all 1453

Latest Images

Trending Articles





Latest Images