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Overtime: March 11 – March 17



More stories from the week ended March 17:
  • David Choe painted in the streets of Mexico City last week with Dhear.
  • The Met is being sued for allegedly tricking people into paying for admission.
  • Keith Haring Foundation claims that 165 pieces of Haring art in Miami exhibit are fakes.
  • Cooper Union says tuition will stay free for now.
  • Picasso's Child with a Dove heads overseas to its new private owner as export bar is lifted.
  • Serbian police have recovered Rembrandt’s Portrait of the Father. Four arrested in connection with theft.
  • New York City suspends pension payments for arts institutions.
  • Turmoil, drama, and lawsuits currently embroiling the Cy Twombly Foundation.
  • Gagosian Gallery settles suit filed over Lichtenstein painting once owned by Jan Cowles.
  • Canadian artists hoping the country institutes royalty system for secondary market sales of their work.
  • Watts Towers will be subject of new study conducted by UCLA to determine stability of the sculptures
  • Guidelines for North American museums regarding provenance has changed.
  • MOCA close to agreement with National Gallery of Art to collaborate on programming, research and exhibitions.
  • Where Eli Broad's interests may lie with MOCA.
  • National Gallery of Art announces $30 million renovation to East Building.
  • MoMA buys Mike Kelley's Deodorized Central Mass With Satellites.
  • Leonardo da Vinci's anatomical drawings to go on display alongside modern scans in Edinburgh.
  • Prince William and Kate Middleton are being encouraged to buy contemporary art.
  • Art Gallery of Ontario may be a fan of The Da Vinci Code.
  • For the sixth year in a row, the British Museum was the UK's most popular visitor attraction in 2012.
  • Roberta Smith reviews “The Hugo Boss Prize 2012: Danh Vo I M U U R 2” at the Guggenheim Museum.
  • Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens has a show devoted to music videos.
  • Joan Fontcuberta named winner of $156,000 2013 Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography.
  • Kitchen, Printed Matter, White Columns, & Glasgow International Festival of VA share inaugural Privatus Prize.
  • Armory shows and parties attract celebrities and other big names, like Beyonce, Solange, Jay-Z.
  • Moving Image art fair sells first ever artwork (by Angela Washko) created on Vine.
  • A pear-shaped colorless diamond is estimated to sell for $20 million at an auction in Switzerland.
  • Matthew Brandt to have his first solo museum exhibition at the Columbus Museum of Art.
  • Profile of an art conservator who recently used fresh elephant dung to restore a Chris Ofili painting.
  • Ai Weiwei to release heavy metal music album.
  • The new pope not known to be a big art fan.
  • Bob Matheny passes on this torch from Art Disposal Service to the next generation.
  • NPR talks to John Baldessari.
  • Jack Pierson discusses his newest exhibition and work.
  • Catherine Opie gives her thoughts about the LACMA/MOCA merger proposal.
  • Interview with Javier Peres as he discusses his new gallery venue and the Berlin art scene.
  • An interview with Bonnie Flood, the instructor who taught George W Bush how to paint.
  • The Madness of Art web series debuts.
  • View Leo Villareal's The Bay Lights live at your computer.
  • Britney Spears buys art right off the streets of LA.
  • The SK8room releases signed limited edition skate decks by ROA.

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