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Overtime: Nov 3 – Nov 9



More stories from the week that ended Nov 9 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Installation image from Dominic Samsworth exhibition at SWG3 Gallery.
  • Leonardo di Vinci self-portrait drawing was removed from Turin during WWII so Hitler would not gain magic powers.
  • Natali Cohen Vaxberg placed under house arrest for defecating on Israeli flag.
  • Diane Ducruet's images from her Mother & Daughter series censored in France.
  • Protests continue at Guggenheim in NY over alleged Abu Dhabi Museum labor abuse.
  • Tony Shafrazi's landlord trying to evict him from his SoHo loft.
  • Ronald Lauder warns Bern Art Museum about accepting Gurlitt trove before provenance has been fully investigated.
  • Adolf Hitler watercolor to be auctioned  at the Weidler auction house in Nuremberg, Germany.
  • James Cuno of The Getty speaks out against repatriation. Jonathan Jones thinks British museums should return objects and artifacts to their "rightful owners".
  • Story of the line drawn across the Berlin Wall.
  • Statue erected in memory of Steve Jobs dismantled in St Petersburg after Tim Cook came out as gay.
  • North Korean embassy in London opening doors to the public for the first time to showcase art from Pyongyang.
  • Valentin Carron going to be sued for plagiarism.
  • When forged artworks have their own fakes.
  • Case of Picasso electrician in possession of allegedly stolen works to go to trial.
  • Dia's use of a Dan Flavin work inside a cave for a Allora and Calzadilla work stirs controversy.
  • Scott Indrisek criticizes Venus Over Manhattan's recent exhibition programming decisions.
  • Pure Evil has some advice and words of wisdom to aspiring street artists.
  • Never before seen notebooks used by Jean-Michel Basquiat to go on view at the Brooklyn Museum in April.
  • A look at some of the artwork in Abu Dhabi's Guggenheim Museum collection.
  • A summary of the LACMA Art + Film Gala.
  • British Museum releases scans of artifacts to let you 3D print your own works at home.
  • J. Paul Getty Museum acquires Édouard Manet's Spring for over $65mil. at auction.
  • Jerry Perenchio to gift 47 works worth over $500mil. to LACMA.
  • Charles Claude Johnson Spink and Edith Spink donate 225 works to St Louis Art Museum.
  • Benjamin Genocchio reviews the Fondation Louis Vuitton museum.
  • Growing number of food carts a problem in front of the Met.
  • Banksy's Art Buff street piece removed from wall to go on sale one month after appearing.
  • Exhibitor list for Art Basel Hong Kong 2015 released.
  • A look at the Artissima art fair in Italy.
  • Photo London coming - seeking to be the best photography fair in the world.
  • Scott Indrisek reviews the Independent Projects art fair.
  • Profile of collectors Nelson Blitz and Catherine Woodard.
  • Kelly Crow's profile of Christie's Xin Li.
  • How Jay Gorney is operating without a physical gallery space.
  • Judd Tully reports on Sotheby's Impressionist and Modern evening sale. Eileen Kinsella also has a report.
  • Judd Tully reports on Christie's Impressionist and Modern evening sale. Eileen Kinsella also has a report.
  • Wang Zhongjun revealed as buyer of Van Gogh flowers.
  • Lauren Bacall's letter to Henry Moore among the items that will be at auction at Bonham's.
  • Christie's expands New York ground floor space with more room for private sales.
  • Online sales hoping to achieve higher prices for works.
  • Art market in UK hurt by The Artist's Resale Right levy.
  • Churner & Churner gallery in Chelsea will close at the end of November.
  • New owner of building housing Zach Feuer Gallery and Independent Fair asks them to leave.
  • Profile of Frank Stella.
  • A look at Michael Heizer's City, a project that is over 40 years in the making.
  • How Uber allows Drew Heitzler to get out more and drink more and attend more art-related social events.
  • Profile and studio visit with Michael Dotson.
  • R.H. Quaytman talks about the work in her latest exhibition.
  • i-D interviews Asger Carlsen.
  • Russ Heath creates comic about being appropriated by Roy Lichtenstein and praising the Hero Initiative.
  • A look at Aelita Andre and other child art prodigies.
  • Could Banksy be a woman?
  • Billboard featuring Dan Colen and Kalup Linzy nude and kissing unveiled on London Bridge.
  • Bjarne Melgaard seeking an unpaid intern to create large hair based sculpture and paintings.
  • WSJ visits and talks with Kara Walker.
  • Terrance Hayes poem paired with Alex Israel painting.
  • Billy Name answers some questions.
  • Nick Waplington show at Little Big Man Gallery opens.
  • Studio visit and interview with Spencer Tunik.
  • Pussy Riot, aka Enraged Vaginas in Russia, talk with Klaus Biesenbach at MoMA PS1.
  • Q&A with Rashaad Newsome.
  • New items available at Peter Sutherland's webstore.
  • Tyler Stout 2015 lunar calendar available for pre-order.
  • Beyonce dressed as Frida Kahlo and Jay Z as Basquiat for Halloween.
  • Jeff Koons to design album cover for Jimmy Page.
  • Ai Weiwei photographs clothing for V magazine.
  • Vladimir Putin exhibition in Moscow includes a painting of him spanking Obama.
  • SFDevotion sets the Guinness Book of World Records record for his Street Fighter collection.

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