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Overtime: June 22 – June 28


LandonMetz @ Andersen's

More stories from the week that ended June 28 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Documentation of Landon Metz' show at Andersen's.
  • RIP: Miriam Schapiro, who died at the age of 91.
  • Cady Noland disavows another one of her works after it was restored without her consultation.
  • Richard Dorment looks back on his career as an art critic as he heads into retirement.
  • Worker accidentally dismantles and throws out Jim Osman outdoor sculpture he mistook for trash.
  • Anish Kapoor feels that vandalization of his vagina sculpture was politically motivated.
  • Arrest warrant for Shepard Fairey issued in Detroit for illegal work he put up while in town.
  • Maya Hayuk sues Starbucks for $750k after accusing them of stealing her artwork.
  • Bert Kreuk wins lawsuit against Danh Vō and will pay $350k for a room-sized installation.
  • Mehmet Aksoy faces prison time for being accused of insulting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
  • David Carter faces jail for passing off imitations by Alfred Wallis and John Brett as genuine.
  • Ben Davis writes about the disparity between female and male artists.
  • UK last major nation to ratify Hague Convention, which protect artifacts in war zones.
  • Trio of tourists from Korea accidentally crash drone into Milan Cathedral.
  • Kenny Schachter injured in London and he also provides his report of happenings during Art Basel.
  • Dmitri Rybolovlev pursues injunction restraining Yves Bouvier from removing assets from Hong Kong.
  • UK places export bar on £12mil. Cézanne painting, hoping it will stay in the UK.
  • Once artwork is stolen, there is a very small chance (2-3%) of getting it back.
  • When things go wrong during bidding at auctions.
  • Corrections officer Gene Palmer admitted to trading tools that prisoner used to escape for artwork.
  • Erwin Wurm's car installation in Karlsruhe receives a €30 parking ticket.
  • Michael Shurman claims to creating Banksy and being subsequently blackballed.
  • Opening of Louvre Abu Dhabi delayed a year and will not open until the end of 2016.
  • Steven D. Lavine, president of CalArts, will step down from his post in 2017.
  • Erica Muhl, dean of USC's Roski School, speaks out after only having one enrolled student for next year.
  • The troubles with museum docents.
  • A life update on the 9-year old girl smoking in Mary Ellen Mark's iconic photograph.
  • Dominic Currie may have discovered Picasso painting in suitcase given to his mother by his father in the '50s.
  • Bloomberg Philanthropies funding programs using public art to inspire economic growth in struggling areas.
  • Adrian Cheng's K11 Art Foundation partners with ICA on exhibitions focused on emerging Chinese artists.
  • More street art and graffiti appearing on the walls in Greece.
  • Zócalo Public Square on How L.A. Can Keep Its Creative Hive Buzzing.
  • Prehistoric paintings on vertical rock face in Colombian wilderness photographed and filmed for the first time.
  • German president Joachim Gauck gives Queen of England a portrait of herself by Nicole Leidenfrost.
  • Karlsruhe State Museum intern discovers Piranesi drawings that were previously misattributed.
  • Christopher Knight looks at the Charles Ray show at Art Institute of Chicago.
  • MoMA staff members vote on new union contract. The museum and union subsequently reach an agreement.
  • Largest private collection of works by ART & LANGUAGE to be housed in French chateau.
  • The Vatican Museum hires tattoo remover to clean its sculptures.
  • Volkswagen extends sponsorship deal with MoMA to include Greater New York survey.
  • Moreau Kusunoki architects selected as the winning design proposal for Helsinki Guggenheim Museum.
  • Selgas Cano designs Serpentine pavilion for 2015.
  • Ai Weiwei show at Royal Academy to feature 90-ton installation called Straight.
  • Lauren Cornell named New Museum's Curator and Associate Director, Technology Initiatives.
  • Eric Edwards launches Kickstarter to create a museum for his collection of African art and artifacts.
  • Weidler auction sale featuring Adolf Hitler artwork totals $450k.
  • Sotheby's increases the amount of money it could borrow to make art loans from $550k to to $1bil.
  • Judd Tully reports on Christie’s Impressionist and Modern sale. Georgina Adam provides her opinion on the sale.
  • Judd Tully reports on Sotheby's Impressionist and Modern sale. Colin Gleadell also has a report. Katya Kazakina joins in the analysis.
  • Kenny Schachter talks about next week's auction works during the ArtTactic Podcast.
  • Bloomberg writes about the intense competition between Sotheby's and Christie's.
  • Heritage Auctions opens a location in Hong Kong, its eleventh office.
  • Art collectors are able to buy works of much larger scale nowadays at Art Basel Unlimited.
  • Deborah Wilk writes about her experience at Art Basel and what she learned.
  • Katya Kazakina writes about Les Trois Rois, the Basel hotel where the art world stays and deals.
  • Andrew Goldstein's list of 5 artists to watch from Liste 2015.
  • Christie's teaches you five things you should know when collecting Optical Art works.
  • Collectors like Richard Polsky share their experiences about buying their first work of art.
  • Jonathan Green gets three Monet pastels for the price of two after one is discovered hidden behind another.
  • Gavin Brown talks about opening a space in Rome and answers other questions.
  • Hamptons real estate once owned by Andy Warhol now on the market for $85mil.
  • Mark Bradford's list of favorite spots in Los Angeles.
  • Los Angeles Confidential lists five powerful women in the LA art scene.
  • Artnet interviews Josh Reames.
  • Gavin Brown exhibits Jannis Kounellis' Untitled (12 Horses) as the final show in his current space. Katya Kazakina also writes about the closing of the downtown location.
  • The Financial Times has lunch with Takashi Murakami.
  • Artillery reviews the Austin Irving show at Wilding Cran.
  • Six interesting facts about Sam Francis.
  • Zócalo Public Square profile of Manuel G. Cruz.
  • How Barbara Hepworth utilized photography in the presentation of her work.
  • Christopher Sprigman writes about Richard Prince.
  • Curate LA visits Kim Ye.
  • Interview with Anthony Haden-Guest about art and club culture.
  • Christopher Knight reviews Luis Gispert's show at OHWOW. Anneliese Cooper visits him at his studio.
  • Artillery reviews the Andrew Dadson show at David Kordansky Gallery.
  • Paddle8 looks at eight Modern Art artists in their homes.
  • Ed Ruscha, Joan Jonas, Jacolby Satterwhite, and other artists review some books.
  • The Tulsa Maquette by Larry Clark available for pre-order.
  • New selection of Skullphone prints released by Poster Child Prints.
  • Kjetil Nordin spends six years crocheting a single screen shot from Super Mario Brothers 3.
  • The Creators Project writes about Portugal's Graffiti Grandmas.
  • Google's artificial intelligence program Inceptionism creates its own artworks.
  • Gina Ekiss, designer of classic Jazz pattern, has been tracked down and found.
  • Artnet's list of 10 of the Funniest and Craziest Anti-Art Comments Made By Public Figures.
  • Kanye West references Leonardo Da Vinci in a comparison about himself.
  • Disneyland and Disneyworld ban selfie-sticks in its parks.

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