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Overtime: July 6 – July 12



More stories from the week that ended July 12 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • DRAWINGS|FRIDGES (Aaron Garber-Maikovska, Eric Yahnker, more) images at Greene Exhibitions now up.
  • Nicolas Bourriaud fired as director of the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts.
  • Major public cultural institutions in Greece to close due to lack of funding.
  • Court stops Lutfur Rahman from trying to sell $26mil. Henry Moore sculpture to pay town's debts.
  • MFA Boston's Dress Up in a Kimono event causes controversy for its "cultural appropriation and orientalism". The museum subsequently apologizes and cancels event.
  • Russia has selfie-safety campaign after string of selfie-related deaths.
  • Snorri Ásmundsson looking for voluntary recently dead bodies to make art with.
  • Shepard Fairey arrested in Los Angeles for warrant from Detroit.
  • Four masked men stage hoax heist at London's National Portrait Gallery, causes panic, and are arrested.
  • Milo Moiré arrested after art performance at the Eiffel Tower.
  • Jimmie Durham and Heini Gut outdoor Documenta artworks destroyed by unknown vandals.
  • Man steals Elisabeth Frink bronze valued at £40,000 from Beaux Arts in Mayfair.
  • Smithsonian issues statement regarding Bill Cosby allegations and will still show his collection.
  • Timothy Sammons sued by clients that allege he has not paid them for sold artworks.
  • Monet painting of dubious authenticity at the heart of $300mil. lawsuit between Brooklyn families.
  • SH Contemporary art fair in Shanghai is canceled this year.
  • Stefan Simchowitz goes on tirade against Paddle8, criticizing the company in Facebook post.
  • Nicolas Bourriaud and Fleur Pellerin verbally attack one another in public.
  • Isabella Bortolozzi responds angrily to Bert Kreuk's court win over Danh Vo.
  • White Cube to close São Paulo space after its three-year lease ends.
  • Carolina A. Miranda points out Los Angeles' flaws.
  • J.J Charlesworth does not think that the art market will crash anytime soon.
  • President Obama designates Nevada site of Michael Heizer's City a national monument.
  • Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute sending tiny art museum to the moon.
  • Ben Davis reviews the Charles Ray retrospective currently at the Art Institute of Chicago.
  • Ashmolean Museum returns bequested artwork to original owners after discovering it was linked to looters. It also raises £3.5mil. in four weeks to keep JMW Turner painting of Oxford in the city.
  • Thompson Family Foundation will give Park Avenue Armory $65mil. for arts programming and education.
  • Smithsonian Magazine talks about Leslie + Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art.
  • Lee Rosenbaum talks to Arnold Lehman about the end of his tenure at Brooklyn Museum.
  • Gary Carrion-Murayari and Alex Gartenfeld named curators of 2018 New Museum Triennial.
  • Wall Street Journal profiles the new leaders and CEOs of Sotheby's, Christie's, and Phillips.
  • How Christie's is using financial deals to boost its auction sales.
  • Caitlyn Jenner's 1984 Olympic torch heads to auction at Heritage.
  • Sotheby’s will auction Hans Krebs' 1953 Nobel Prize.
  • Lucas Cranach the Elder painting sells for record £9.3mil. at Christie's.
  • Kenny Schachter writes about his overall art market outlook based on the London sales.
  • Marion Maneker discusses the uncertainty of prices in today's art market.
  • When artists collect work by other artists.
  • Artspace's panel on using a finance-sector outlook as a collecting tool.
  • A look at the art market in Greece amidst economic chaos.
  • Cologne Fine Art organizers announce new contemporary art fair called COFA Contemporary.
  • Launch of Gully Art Exchange for the exchange of urban street art and graffiti works.
  • Agnès Monplaisir discusses the Brazilian art market on the ArtTactic Podcast.
  • Anna Kustera Gallery, previously in Chelsea, moves to Red Hook in Brooklyn.
  • K A N S A S gallery to move from Tribeca to Lower East Side.
  • Zocalo Public Square writes about Laurel Seidl's Glass Outhouse Art Gallery.
  • Artspace visits Sue Stoffel.
  • Scott Indrisek talks to Skarlet Smatana about the George Economou Collection.
  • Larry's List interviews Mark Hix about his collection.
  • The Financial Times talks about sound art.
  • David Rappeneau, Caja Von Zeipel, and Marie Karlberg in Kunsthalle Wichiita's inaugural 5th of July show.
  • Jamian Juliano-Villani, Dean Levin, Jacolby Satterwhite and others named by Details as artists to watch.
  • The Guardian talks to Jeff Koons.
  • Sandro Miller recreates a series of classic photographs with John Malkovich filling in for certain subjects.
  • JR's Inside Out project at Morgan State University.
  • Artnet lists five surprising facts about David Hockney. Happy 78th birthday to the artist.
  • Nona Faustine poses nude for photographs at former slavery trade sites in New York.
  • LA Times reviews Meanwhile in Lonesome Valley group show, curated by Sayre Gomez, at Loudhailer Gallery.
  • Monet's extraordinary skills as a gardener.
  • Phaidon interviews Yong Lin Tan, who won Sony World Photography Awards Youth Photographer of the Year.
  • Barbara Rose talks about Al Held.
  • Scott Indrisek talks to Andria Hicks about Image Objects.
  • Norm Laich makes Paul McCarthy for President t-shirts, which are available for $25 each at Team Gallery.
  • Luc Tuymans visits Ai Weiwei in Beijing.
  • Artnet's list of the summer's best NY gallery group shows.
  • Sketch feature on Apple Watch popularly utilized for drawing penises.
  • Kanye, Juergen, & Kim limited edition booklet available for £20 from System.
  • LA Times writes about Leonardo DiCaprio's inclusion in ARTnews' top 200 list of collectors.
  • Beyoncé-inspired 78-storey Premier Tower skyscraper to be built in Melbourne.

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