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Overtime: Sept 29 – Oct 5



More stories from the week that ended Oct 5 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada creates giant face on the mall in DC. Image credit: Matt McClain/The Washington Post.
  • RIP: Walter Josef Fischer, aka Oz, who was killed by a subway train at the age of 64.
  • Unrest in Hong Kong could negatively (or positively?) affect Sotheby's and Christie's auctions in the region. Art inspired by the protest movement.
  • Former staff members of Corcoran Gallery of Art hold a funeral for the institution.
  • Banksy street piece gets buffed after complaints of racism.
  • Jerry Holbert criticized for racist Obama newspaper cartoon.
  • Art dealer Jason White gets five years in prison for federal stalking.
  • Drug lord Beltran Leyva, after living a life posing as a art dealer, is arrested.
  • Crowd of Ukrainian nationalists destroy the country's tallest Lenin statue in Kharkiv.
  • Gruppo Mondiale accused of exhibiting and selling thousands of copies of Rodin bronzes.
  • David Hockney thinks art today is "less" because the art establishment has ignored figurative art for too long.
  • Philippine court orders Marcos family to return eight major paintings.
  • The Lana Newstrom invisible art stunt.
  • Western art in Qatar causes controversy.
  • 29 murals from New Deal era in Rincon Center complex in San Francisco are to be restored.
  • Early Diego Velázquez masterpiece restored and being shown to the public after 90 years in Yale basement.
  • Technology reveals that Leonardo Da Vinci painted three versions of his The Lady with an Ermine.
  • Ancient land art discovered by Kazakh research team using Google Earth.
  • Federico Castelluccio (Furio in Sopranos) discovers and restores Guercino painting worth millions.
  • Guggenheim Museum planning expansion for its collection and staff offices.
  • Whitney Museum to stay open for 36 hours on Oct 18-19 to celebrate closing of Jeff Koons show.
  • KCET interviews Phillipe Vergne of MOCA. The museum offers free admission to those that bring a review of its Warhol show and tweets about it.
  • Derek and Christen Wilson donate $1mil. to Duke Univeristy’s Nasher Museum of Art.
  • Arnold and Marie Forde's art collection in Laguna Beach, CA.
  • Christie's adds new 2% performance fee to consignors.
  • Vincent van Gogh's Still Life, Vase with Daisies and Poppies painting could sell for $50mil. at Sotheby's.
  • Frank Cohen consigns Jeff Koons Balloon Monkey (Orange) sculpture to Christie's. Damien Hirst also consigns a Koons piece to auction.
  • More on the big money November sales.
  • How much is the global art market growing?
  • Japanese art market gradually growing.
  • US Appeals court ruling on art estate taxes has the potential to save you a lot of money.
  • HuffPost tells you 10 things a artwork needs to have to sell well.
  • Artnet has lists of collectable artists according to auction sales.
  • Skate's releases its art market fair report.
  • A sales report from Vienna Fair.
  • NY Times writes about Post-Internet art as it relates to the current art market.
  • Alberto Chehebar Q&A on ExhibitionA.
  • Profile of Nigerian collector Theo Danjuma.
  • What Jeffrey Deitch is up to.
  • CLEARING Gallery moving into new 5,000 sq. ft. space in Bushwick.
  • Mathew Gallery opening in NY at 47 Canal.
  • A look at the art scene in upstate New York.
  • Kohn Gallery adds Lita Alburquerque to its artist roster.
  • Artolease leases out artwork to corporate clients.
  • An inside look at the Sexy Beast benefit event, organized by Davida Nemeroff and Mieke Marple of Night Gallery.
  • A review of the LAXArt gala.
  • A look at the artists short-listed for the Turner Prize.
  • Scott Indrisek reviews SculptureCenter's exhibition Puddle, Pothole, Portal.
  • Jerry Saltz reviews Robert Gober show at MoMA. Roberta Smith also takes a look.
  • Peter Schjeldahl reviews Richard Prince's show of Instagram prints at Gagosian Gallery.
  • New CNN show Ones to Watch aims to find next art star.
  • Damien Hirst's new cabinet piece.
  • Constant Dullaart DIS Magazine project adds thousands of Instagram followers to art world accounts.
  • Pace Gallery exhibition explores Picasso's relationship with his wife Jacqueline Roque.
  • Profile of and interview with Tracey Emin.
  • Ai Weiwei takes over Blenheim Palace with a large-scale exhibition.
  • Eric Fischl taking photographs of art fair attendees.
  • Jeanette Hayes in Interview Magazine.
  • Camille Henrot wins 2014 Nam June Paik Award.
  • Stephen Shore explains how his La Brea Ave photo was organized using Claude Lorrain's compositional technique.
  • Laura Owens signed and numbered limited edition print.
  • Bumblebeelovesyou X Together We Rise tote bags and books available to benefit the charity.
  • Seth Price signed and numbered limited edition print.
  • Andres Serrano signed and numbered limited edition print.
  • Damien Hirst pills make their debut in London.
  • Oxygen has street art competition show called Street Art Throwdown.

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