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Overtime: March 2 – March 8



More stories from the week that ended March 8 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Four terminally ill patients see Rembrandt exhibition courtesy of Ambulance Wish Foundation charity.
  • Bail for Yves Bouvier set at €10mil.
  • 15 historic artifacts stolen from Château de Fontainebleau in smash and grab burglary.
  • An Oscar Murillo canvas may have been stolen from MoMA show.
  • World's priciest cheese slicer designed by Rodrigo Otazu and Boska Holland stolen from Amsterdam Cheese Museum.
  • Islamic State extremists attack 3,000-year-old ancient city of Nimrud with bulldozers.
  • Recep Tayyip Erdogan to pay Mehmet Aksoy 10,000 Turkish Lira in compensation after calling his sculpture a “monstrosity”.
  • Bjarne Melgaard show at Munch Museum receives police complaints.
  • Austrian panel rules against returning Klimt frieze to heirs of the original Jewish owner.
  • Yves Bouvier out on €10mil. bail.
  • Jerry Saltz gets banned from Facebook. He discusses his banishment and his time on Facebook.
  • The World Press Photo competition disqualifies winner Giovanni Troilo because he staged shots.
  • Sotheby's profits fell 9% in 2014.
  • Almost half of Miami's art institutions are without directors.
  • Anne Sinclair talks about turning down a chance to pose for Picasso.
  • Artnet's list of ten women artists that are breaking social taboos.
  • Some online protesting Sacramento's decision to purchase Jeff Koons sculpture for public art display.
  • André Saraiva criticized for defacing rocks in Joshua Tree National Park.
  • Germany's last Banksy street piece is vandalized.
  • Monica Lewinsky scandal hinted at in painted portrait of Bill Clinton by Nelson Shanks.
  • Forbes's 2015 ranking of billionaires includes many art world players.
  • William Louis-Dreyfus to gift the proceeds from sales of his art collection to the Harlem Children's Zone.
  • More of the world's hotels are considering the quality of their art collection.
  • Arts Council of Wales plans five-year, £20mil fund for artists to work with disadvantaged pupils.
  • Peter Norton donates forty-one works (including Gober, Wool, Kelley, Aitken, Eisenman) to Rose Art Museum.
  • Lucian Freud collection of Frank Auerbach works to be distributed to institutions across UK in lieu of inheritance tax.
  • Museo Reina Sofía acquired 26 artworks reaching a combined price of €348,884 at ARCO art fair.
  • Bauhaus Museum to be constructed in Dessau.
  • Ben Davis reviews the Björk show at MoMA. Artnews also has a review. Ryu Spaeth gives his thoughts on The Week. Hyperallergic crew has a conversation about it.
  • Oakland pushing for George Lucas museum.
  • Visitors can touch copies of masterpieces at Museo del Prado.
  • Iraq's national museum officially reopens in Baghdad, 12 years after it was closed in aftermath of war.
  • High Line to host year-long art+nature exhibition titled Panorama.
  • Cindy Sherman and Jeff Koons each donate 50 works to US embassies and consulates.
  • Josef and Anni Albers Foundation supports Toshiko Mori-designed artist residency in Senegal.
  • Timeout chooses the 100 best paintings in New York. Paper Magazine's list of 20 art shows to see in NYC this spring.
  • List of artists announced for the 2015 Venice Biennale.
  • Gerhard Richter aghast at his auction prices and think prices will correct one day.
  • Kenny Schachter writes about the state of the art market.
  • A look at who benefits the most from the art market boom at auction.
  • Major 1958 Mark Rothko piece from Baden-Baden coming up for Christie's.
  • Marilyn Monroe’s final photo-shoot images by Bert Stern to be auctioned by Heritage Auctions Texas.
  • Artnet's guide to what is being shown in New York during Armory Arts Week. Brian Boucher has his choices for the 10 best artworks at Armory.
  • A look at which art fairs around the world are the most well attended.
  • Cool Hunting provides their highlights from the SPRING/BREAK Art Show. Artinfo also provides its picks.
  • Judd Tully's sales report from the Armory Show art fair. He also has a report from Armory Show Modern.
  • Katya Kazakina's sales report for Bloomberg at the New York art fairs.
  • T Magazine writes about the Independent Fair. ARTnews visits the fair as well.
  • List of galleries showing at Art Basel 2015 is released.
  • The expansion of the art market into artists in their second childhood.
  • The Wall Street Journal takes a look at the younger generation of Chinese art collectors.
  • Larry Gagosian puts on two museum-quality shows with former MoMA curators at his galleries.
  • Harper's Books doing a three-day popup in Manhattan.
  • Artnet's list of the top 100 most collectible living artists for March 2015.
  • Phaidon takes a brief look at the Dada movement.
  • Ai Weiwei talks about working with Hollywood remotely from China.
  • The mutually influential relationship between John Cage and Robert Rauschenberg.
  • Jeff Koons triples the production capacity of his advanced technology stone workshop in Pennsylvania.
  • Jenny Holzer will design part of NY's first significant AIDS memorial in the West Village.
  • Scott Indrisek interviews Athena Papadopoulos.
  • Wade Guyton interviews Judith Eisler at Gavlak, LA, in Interview Magazine.
  • Dazed takes a look at Amalia Ulman.
  • Tatiana Trouvé's public art sculpture in Central Park, NY.
  • Hunter Drohojowska-Philp looks at the John Currin show at Gagosian Gallery.
  • Dustin Yellin shreds $10k cash to be used in eight artworks.
  • Isa Genzken makes paintings using currency.
  • Profile of Mel Ramos.
  • Wolfgang Tillmans wins 2015 Hasselblad Award.
  • Shapero Modern to exhibit controversial Chapman Brothers explicit film.
  • Review of Leo Gabin's show at Elizabeth Dee.
  • John Baldessari and Ed Ruscha list their choices for LA's brightest creative talent.
  • Artspace interviews Shamim Momin about LAND and LA.
  • About Leonard Nimoy's one-man play about Vincent van Gogh and his brother.
  • Noah Hamilton raises money to pay his tuition by starting a fundraiser and selling his artwork online.
  • Roger White's new art travel book The Contemporaries: Travels in the 21st-Century Art World.
  • Petra Collins shoots some photographs at The Standard.
  • New Angel Otero print available from Artspace.
  • Sir Mitchell has some timed-edition prints available on his site.

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