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Overtime: Aug 18 – Aug 24



More stories form the week that ended Aug 24 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Olafur Eliasson puts riverbed installation in his Louisiana Museum of Modern Art show in Denmark.
  • RIP: Ger van Elk, who died at the age of 73.
  • Paul Yore pleads not guilty to creating & possessing child exploitation material in creation of an art installation.
  • Judge hears court challenge to Cooper Union's tuition plan.
  • Ron Perelman subpoena demands Gagosian and the Mugrabis provide info about all transactions since 2010.
  • Louise McBride sues Christie's after she learned a painting she bought from auction house was fake.
  • Second plaintiff, said to be Bernd Viehof, comes forward with fraud claim against Helge Achenbach.
  • Lee Yong-woo, president of Gwangju Biennial Foundation, resigns due to censorship controversy.
  • Andy Sabin calls for a boycott of Aspen Art Museum due to Cai Guo-Qiang's tortoise exhibition.
  • Police Commissioner William Bratton speaks out against Museum of the City of NY's City as Canvas exhibition.
  • Palestinian artist Khaled Jarrar has his travel ban lifted by Israeli Security Agency and is able to go to Helsinki.
  • Man vandalizes a wall at the Jeff Koons retrospective at the Whitney.
  • Annette Schönholzer leaves her Art Basel senior management position.
  • Italian culture minister Dario Franceschini weighing whether to ship fragile Riace Bronzes for exhibition loan.
  • Art Basel may lose Davidoff as a sponsor of the fair due to pending Swiss tobacco sponsorship laws.
  • Artists in St. Louis respond to Michael Brown shooting and subsequent protests in Ferguson. Keith Wallace performs protest piece in front of Robert Indiana's LOVE sculpture in Philadelphia.
  • Son discovers that his father was one of those in Andy Warhol's 13 Most Wanted Men paintings.
  • USPS to release stamps commemorating four landscape paintings from Hudson River School artists.
  • Judge approves Corcoran Gallery of Art’s merge into National Gallery of Art & George Washington University.
  • Jacob Kassay & Kyle Thurman exhibition coming to MOCA Tucson.
  • Whitney Museum to be open on Mondays too for Jeff Koons retrospective.
  • LACMA becomes the first major art museum to join Snapchat.
  • Hammer Museum - winners (Alice Könitz, the Frimkesses, Jennifer Moon) of 2014 Made in L.A. Mohn Awards
  • Smithsonian adds hundreds of LGBT history items to the museum's collection. Bao Bao the panda is voted as the Smithsonian’s most iconic item.
  • The Los Angeles/Islam Arts Initiative to bring together institutions in L.A. area to stage Islamic art exhibitions.
  • Morocco’s national museum of Modern and contemporary art to open next month.
  • Chiharu Shiota's shoe installation at Smithsonian's Arthur M. Sackler Gallery.
  • Arby's donates Pharrell's hate to Newseum in Washington D.C.
  • Eight public works going up in Chicago, including sculptures by Christopher Wool and Alice Aycock.
  • Leon Black buying former Knoedler & Company art gallery space for $50mil.
    buying the former Knoedler & Company art gallery,An article about the velocity of flipping artwork at auction today and how it compares to previous cycles.
  • Phillips to sell works from the collection of the Art Institute of Chicago in auction.
  • Tracey Emin, Gavin Turk, Mat Collishaw, Sir Peter Blake to participate in Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair.
  • Looking for a hotel to stay in during Art Basel Miami Beach?
  • Randall Scott moves his gallery from DC to Baltimore.
  • Former Saatchi and Lawson assistants Francesca Grillo and Sharrine Scholtz go into art business themselves.
  • The market for classic cars heating up as CA sales total $400mil this year.
  • Forbes' India takes a look at Dakis Joannou's yacht.
  • Jonathan Griffin interviews Jamian Juliano-Villani.
  • Story of Justin Lieberman's career and his relationship and tumult with his dealers.
  • Astronaut Reid Wiseman tweets photographs from space.
  • Profile of Joe Reihsen.
  • Christo takes a rafting trip down the Arkansas River.
  • 62 days of Marina Abramović's video diaries at The Space.
  • Kim Gordon exhibiting solo at 303 Gallery next summer.
  • An interview with Keith J Varadi about Greene Exhibitions' participation in abc art fair.
  • A look at Joshua and Sonya Roth and their collection.
  • Blake Gopnik and Christian Viveros-Fauné review Jackson Pollock painting for one hour.
  • Louise Lawler to be next artist to have work displayed on High Line billboard.
  • Stop-motion video of 156 wigs that Cindy Sherman has used.
  • Damien Hirst buys London home that was listed for £34mil. A look at his other real estate holdings. Is the artist out of ideas?
  • A look at some artists that have moved to or moved back to Los Angeles.
  • Trevor Paglen honored with one of EFF's 2014 Pioneer Awards.
  • Keith Plocek reviews Korakrit Arunanondchai's show at The Mistake Room. Art Observed takes a look at the show as well.
  • Derek Blasberg talks to Doug Pray about his Levitated Mass documentary film.
  • Interview with SlutLust.
  • Artspace's list of 10 artists that are reshaping art in this century.
  • A list of ten street artists you can follow on Instagram.
  • A Q&A with the founders of the Honolulu Biennial.
  • Interview with Zachary Armstrong.
  • A look at Shinique Smith.
  • All about Bambi - the female Banksy.
  • Why the art world suppots Bobby Shriver for the L.A. County supervisor seat.
  • Phil Jones spends month dressing up and posing like local realtors and pasting himself over bench ads.
  • New limited edition Rosemarie Trockel print released.
  • The Julian Assange Coloring Book.
  • Amy Poehler parodies the art world in her Old Navy commercial.
  • A sculpture to commemorate Amy Winehouse is to be unveiled at Camden market.
  • Lady Gaga ice bucket challenge video a piece of performance art? Jeff Koons dumps a bucket of cold water over himself.

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