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Overtime: June 8 – June 14



More stories from the week that ended June 14 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Artsy looks at the Eve Fowler show at Mier Gallery.
  • RIP: Alan Bond, who died at the age of 77 following heart surgery.
  • Man stabbed in the neck in the gardens of Art Institute of Chicago.
  • Egyptian temple of Karnak site of attempted terrorist attack. Heritige sites Great Dam of Marib and Al-Qahira castle in Yemen damaged by Saudi airstrikes.
  • Zwelethu Mthethwa's trial begins as he pleads not guilty to murder.
  • Kosovo art installation of dresses supports war of independence rape victims.
  • Cooper Union president Jamshed Bharucha announces his resignation.
  • Jeffrey Rudman will resign as chairman of the Boston Public Library board of trustees.
  • Anish Kapoor responds to vagina controversy.
  • Drouot auction house continuing to sell sacred Native American masks despite protests.
  • Website hosting Emma Sulkowicz's new video taken down by DoS cyberattack.
  • Nadia Plesner's three-year battle with Louis Vuitton over depictions of their products in her work.
  • CBC fires Evan Solomon for allegedly leveraging his professional position to broker lucrative art deals.
  • Los Angeles sees a steady rise in graffiti.
  • Christian Viveros-Fauné on how Jeffrey Deitch's "Coney Art Walls" is exploiting artists for real estate ploy.
  • Ben Davis writes about Russian government possibly staging Neo-Nazi attack on Chelsea gallery show.
  • The Global Times tabloid urges Ai Weiwei to change his politics.
  • Hergé heirs lose court ruling due to unexpected appearance of document.
  • Arne Glimcher thinks Agnes Martin is underrated because her work doesn’t reproduce well.
  • TSA returns $40k painting temporarily forgotten at Newark airport.
  • Saul and David painting reattributed to Rembrandt after being dismissed in 1969 as the work of a follower.
  • Pont des Arts bridge in Paris now is adorned with street art instead of padlocks.
  • Computer algorithm picks and ranks art history's most creative paintings.
  • The Garage Museum for Contemporary Art opens in Moscow.
  • TAN interviews Richard Armstrong, director of Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation.
  • Kelly Baum named curator of postwar and contemporary art at the Met.
  • Leonardo DiCaprio to donate large installation by John Gerrard to LACMA.
  • MoMA announces Marcel Broodthaers, the artist’s first museum retrospective in New York. The museum has also acquired Richard Serra’s Equal from David Zwirner.
  • Artnet looks at Philippe Parreno's show at Park Avenue Armory.
  • De Young show in 2016 to exhibit Ed Ruscha's vision of the American frontier.
  • Tate Britain to exhibit Steve McQueen's Lynching Tree piece.
  • Artinfo reviews the Storylines show at The Guggenheim Museum.
  • Artinfo reviews Cy Twombly: Paradise in Venice at the Ca’Pesaro.
  • Letters from Lucian Freud to Sir Stephen Spender to go on sale at Sotheby's.
  • Steven Cohen revealed to be buyer of $140mil. Giacometti sculpture from Christie's.
  • Large gilt-bronze figure of the Buddha Vairocana sells for $3.85mil. at Sotheby's.
  • Christopher Lee's golden gun from Bond film goes to auction at Bonhams.
  • The experience of bidding by phone during auction sales.
  • NY Times writes about the Choices Paris art fair.
  • Conceptual Fine Arts talks about how auctions have been shaping the emerging art scene today.
  • Larry Gagosian opens a third gallery space in London.
  • Michele Maccarone expanding to Los Angeles in September.
  • The art market boom in Nigeria.
  • Colin Gleadell writes about the cold market for Russian art.
  • Andrew Goldstein interviews Carlos Rivera for Artspace.
  • A guide for visitors to Basel.
  • The ever-elusive Silcon Valley set and its relation to art collecting.
  • Paddle8 seeing more $100k+ works on its platform and more single-owner sales. It also talks to Bibi Gritti about her collection and sale.
  • Simon de Pury launches De Pury, an online auction platform specializing in single owner sales.
  • How collectors are using Instagram to buy art.
  • Katya Kazakina looks at the gallery shows in NY that opened in May.
  • Part six of Joel Mesler's True Confessions of a Justified Art Dealer serial on ARTnews.
  • Kohn Gallery will represent the estate of artist John Altoon
  • Ai Weiwei's first-ever solo exhibition in China opens at Galleria Continua and Tang Contemporary Art Center.
  • Artinfo reviews Sam Falls' show at Ballroom Marfa.
  • Andrew Russeth talks to Carmen Herrera.
  • Ai Weiwei and Jacob Appelbaum collaborate on a project.
  • Alphasixty visits Luke Diiorio at his studio and interviews him.
  • Agnès Varda and JR launch crowdfunding campaign to finance their road trip.
  • Paola Pivi inserts horses at the Eiffel Tower for a photographic series.
  • Christo on the verge of turning 80 years old.
  • Brent Wadden interview in Randian.
  • Roger Hiorns to bury decommissioned Boeing 737 underground outside his hometown of Birmingham.
  • J. Grant Brittain interview about the skate scene and his photography back in the day.
  • Katsu shows us how to make a graffiti drone.
  • A look at the selfie in art history.
  • A lot of art dealers would be farmers if they had a alternate occupation.
  • When avocados are inserted into classic paintings.

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