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Overtime: June 30 – July 6



More stories from the week that ended July 6 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • The Guardian reviews Barbara Kruger's show at Modern Art Oxford.
  • RIP: Madeleine Gekiere, who committed suicide at the age of 95.
  • John D. Re accused of selling over 60 forged Jackson Pollock paintings to private collectors and on eBay.
  • The band Unfathomable Ruination to play in sealed box until they run out of oxygen.
  • SUV crashes into Addonis Parker's studio in Miami.
  • Indian art market plagued by fakes.
  • Another group of sacred Hopi masks auctioned in Paris, despite objections from the US and tribal members.
  • Group launches legal action against Corcoran Gallery of Art to block the arrangement to merge with National Gallery of Art.
  • Yvon Lambert’s Paris gallery to shut down in December.
  • Congress proposes American Royalties Too (A.R.T.) Act, which would give artists a 5% cut of auction sale profits.
  • Jeff Koons gets OK to combine his properties into one of the largest houses in NYC. Neighbors unhappy.
  • Saatchi Art sells artwork depicting Charles Saatchi's attack on Nigella Lawson.
  • Olyvia Kwok sued by Sotheby's for not paying for works she won at auction.
  • Paris court rejects Guggenheim descendants’ claim over Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation's Venice Palazzo.
  • Brazil finds package of artwork (including Milhazes and Os Gemeos) worth $4.5mil smuggled from US in shipping container.
  • Vladimir Putin signs legislation banning swear words in art and films.
  • Frieze London announces that from this year, it will open to VIPs on Tuesday and close on Saturday night.
  • Report finds that NYC’s art world is 200% whiter than its overall population.
  • A list of seven legendary mistresses in art history.
  • Manifesta 10 includes works that take on Russia's LGBT laws.
  • Blurred lines within the art world ecosystem.
  • Auction houses feel that figurative and representational painting making a comeback.
  • Cheltenham locals rally to raise money and save their Banksy street piece.
  • A look at the art scene in Hudson, NY.
  • NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial celebrates craftsmen, designers, and other creatives.
  • A look at NYC museum and gallery workers that are also artists.
  • NYC gives $23mil. for arts education in this year's budget to hire 120 new arts teachers and build partnerships.
  • VandalizedMonet painting that was punched by a man back on show at National Gallery after restoration.
  • Moore College receives $240,000 grant in support of its exhibition Strange Currencies.
  • ICA Boston successfully completes $50mil. fundraising campaign.
  • Indianapolis Museum of Art acquires large-scale outdoor sculpture by Roy Lichtenstein.
  • Aspen Art Museum, with a building designed by Shigeru Ban, opens in August.
  • Art critics and experts think that Tracey Emin's My Bed needs to be put in public display.
  • Perform Chinatown seeking donations on Indiegogo.
  • The cost of using telemarketers for museums and institutions.
  • Analyses of the Sotheby's, Christie's, and Phillips London contemporary art evening sales. Judd Tully also looks at the Sotheby's evening sale, the Christie's one, and finally, the Phillips auction. WSJ takes a look at last week's sales.
  • Ten of history's game-changing art auctions.
  • Sotheby’s chosen to auction Mellon family's treasures, including prized artwork.
  • A current look at the online platforms for buying artwork.
  • The contrast between the auction market for Contemporary and for Impressionist and Modern works.
  • Leon Black's Apollo one of the investors that injected funding into ArtBinder.
  • Paul Pfeiffer creates on-line only artwork on occassion of World Cup.
  • Danh Vo selected to represent Denmark at the 2015 Venice Biennale.
  • Ai Weiwei does a Navajo Art collaboration with Bert Benally.
  • William Kentridge‘s latest project will transform the banks of Rome’s river Tiber into a long work of art.
  • Take a selfie of yourself with Kara Walker's Sugar Baby without having to visit the piece.
  • Asher Penn interviews Frank Kozik.
  • Interview Magazine interviews Parker Ito.
  • Vulture profiles Oscar Murillo.
  • W Magazine takes a look at Kour Pour.
  • Profile of Gina Beavers.
  • Sean J Patrick Carney writes about Kim Gordon and Raymond Pettibon's talk at The Strand.
  • Hyperallergic visits Marina Abramovic's Serpentine show.
  • An interview with Walter Robinson.
  • Courtney Malick has a conversation with Daniel Turner.
  • Adam Carr talks to Oliver Osbourne.
  • Carter Mull originals available at Onestar Press.
  • Vladimir Maislin Photoshops images of Marina Abramovic with medications.
  • Carolina A. Miranda writes a Jeff Koons poem using reviews from his show.

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