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Overtime: July 28 – Aug 3



More stories from the week that ended Aug 3 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Luis Hernan captures images of wifi signals using Android app and long exposure photography.
  • RIP: Devin Leonardi, who took his own life at the age of 33.
  • RIP: King Robbo, who died at the age of 45 after being in a vegetative state since 2011.
  • RIP: Andrea L. Rich, who passed away at the age of 71 due to acute myeloid leukemia.
  • Residents distraught and angry as militants destroy Iraq city’s cultural relics.
  • Jeff Koons knockoff Balloon Dog sculptures available on Alibaba.
  • Banksy's spy phone booth street piece gets vandalized. Hekmat Kaveh vows to purchase the work to preserve it in the community. The piece subsequently gets defaced again.
  • Silkscreen painting by Jim Osborne stolen from walls of Juneau International Airport.
  • AholSniffsGlue sues American Eagle Outfitters for intellectual property infringement.
  • Helga Wall-Apelt sues The Ringling, FSU, and the FSU Foundation for failing to comply with terms of her $30mil. gift.
  • Karla Storie suing NYC and NYPD for arresting her after she posed nude for Andy Golub's body-painting exhibition in 2011.
  • Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot sue Russian government over imprisonment.
  • Ukraine rebels go to museum in Donetsk to take tank and howitzer exhibits.
  • Israeli embassy in Dublin sparks outrage with its racist art meme.
  • Heirs of the dispossessed collectors in East Germany have new-found hope about their looted artwork.
  • When Google's robots accidentally take selfies of itself and art by Chadwick Gibson and Mario Santamaria result.
  • Jack Ede drops out of school after he achieves success on Instagram with his art.
  • MOCA's exhibition schedule currently a mystery.
  • Delaware Art Museum may have to sell more artwork to raise the funds it needs.
  • Court drama over art advisory fees assumed by former friend helping in situation of financial distress.
  • Louvre Museum gardens has a rodent problem.
  • The Arts District is downtown Los Angeles sees changes and new construction.
  • Lucian Freud's will to remain secret after artist's son loses his legal challenge to its validity.
  • Popular museums in the world dealing with issue of overcrowding.
  • Stolen painting of Saint Luke the Evangelist signed “Rembrandt” recovered after 35 years.
  • Bilderberg Group art collection will go on view for the first time as part of St. Moritz Art Masters.
  • Tawfik Gebreel, Bushra Shanan and Belal Khaled transform smoke-filled Gaza images into symbol of resistance.
  • A guide on how to pronounce some tongue puzzling gallery names.
  • Forbes' list of the most creative cities in America.
  • Bowery Whole Foods in NY to have a Lower East Side themed art exhibition.
  • NeueHouse opening a location in Hollywood, CA.
  • Damien Hirst-backed real estate project of 750-home extension in Ilfracombe gets approved.
  • Artspace's list of seven art tastemakers to follow on Instagram.
  • George Lucas chooses Mad Architects to lead the team that will design the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Chicago.
  • Jean-Michel Othoniel producing the first new permanent artworks in the gardens of Versailles in more than 300 years.
  • Museo Nacional del Prado discovers previously unknown Swiss bank account containing over €1 million.
  • Pinakothek der Moderne Museum acquires Picasso’s Femme au Violon from a private collection on long term loan.
  • Count Christian Duerckheim loans Tracey Emin's My Bed to Tate for period of ten years.
  • Agnes Martin retrospective coming to the Tate in 2015.
  • Michael Kimmelman's case against the Frick Collection’s proposed expansion.
  • Food cart spaces near Metropolitan Museum of Art in heavy demand.
  • Carolina A Miranda suggests three things MOCA can do to fill its exhibition gap.
  • Edward Dolman joins Phillips as chairman and CEO.
  • Photos owned by Howard Stein heading for sale at Sotheby's with record presale estimates for photography collection.
  • Former directors of Haunch of Venison to open Parafin gallery in London.
  • Flower District in NYC could be the city's next gallery hub.
  • How major auction houses are searching, recruiting, and finding new buyers and collectors and sellers today.
  • Will buyers be comfortable spending big bucks with eBay and Sotheby's partnership offerings?
  • A conversation between Judd Tully and Larry Gagosian from 1993.
  • An Irish perspective of the current art market.
  • List of galleries and artists exhibiting at Art Berlin Contemporary announced.
  • Indigenous Fine Arts Market debuts to compete in heated Native American art with Santa Fe Indian Market.
  • Sale of Mark Fletcher and Tobias Meyer's NY apartment successfully completes.
  • London's Gherkin skyscraper put on the market with a price of around £650mil.
  • Fine art making its way into San Diego Comic Con.
  • A look at the Düsseldorf School - its history, teachers, and famous students.
  • Assemble selected to design a new art gallery for Goldsmiths College.
  • CalArts Residency for Teaching Artists - the school's new program for preparing students for teaching.
  • Art Forum has a Los Angeles update, including a look at Korakrit Arunanondchai.
  • Art salons gaining popularity in Los Angeles.
  • Peter Brant, Alberto Mugrabi, Aby Rosen, Larry Gagosian, and others get together to talk about Andy Warhol.
  • Tracey Emin wins public art competition and will place 60 bronze bird sculptures in Sydney.
  • Elliott Hundley images from his Art21 video, including studio shots and artwork.
  • Interview with Jen Stark.
  • Shirin Neshat answers 22 questions.
  • An interview with Dan Rees.
  • Interview with sound artist Maria Chavez.
  • Kenny Scharf karbombs vehicles this weekend at Montauk’s Surf Lodge.
  • Mona Kuhn opening a exhibition at Edwynn Houk Gallery in Sept.
  • Simon de Pury writes about the changing public aesthetic in London.
  • MZ Wallace tailoring a version of its Metro Tote using print of Glenn Ligon artwork.
  • Marina Abramovic and Ed Atkins limited edition items available from VF Editions shop.
  • The Goldfinch, story about boy who steals painting from The Met, to become a film.
  • Swizz Beatz documents the installation of a KAWS sculpture in his house.
  • Katy Perry borrows from Piet Mondrian for her latest music video looks.

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