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Overtime: Aug 3 – Aug 9



More stories from the week that ended Aug 9 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Aaron Moulton provides a video walkthrough for Gagosian Gallery's Theories on Forgetting show.
  • RIP: Ruben Espinosa, who was found shot to death in Mexico City apartment.
  • RIP: Lance Kinz, who died at the age of 64.
  • RIP: Charles Goldstein, who died at the age of 78 due to complications of an infection.
  • Opus Art Gallery closes and owners flees to France as they allegedly have swindled collectors and consignors.
  • Mixed Green gallery closes as its lease expires.
  • FBI releases new video related to Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist.
  • Hasso Plattner threatens to withdraw pledge to bequeath his private collection to Barberini Museum.
  • Danh Vō lawyer in Bert Kreuk case resigns and is accused of witness intimidation.
  • Sotheby’s stock closes down 7.45% after weak earnings Q2 report.
  • RIME sues Moschino and Jeremy Scott over unauthorized use of his work.
  • Most of Steve Powers' public street signs in NYC have been stolen.
  • Abu Dhabi museums face further scrutiny by Gulf Labor due primarily to low pay.
  • National Gallery contracts Securitas to oversee visitor services prior to strikes. Latest strike at National Gallery results in substantial closures.
  • France's Front National accused of waging culture war on artists.
  • Los Angeles Unified School District expands plan to cut arts instruction time.
  • France seizes $27mil. Picasso work smuggled from Spain by banker.
  • Does Brussels have a fake Jérôme Dulquesnoy the Elder Manneken Pis sculpture in its museum?
  • Criminal complaint filed in Slovakia in connection with the sale of Bernini but to Getty Museum.
  • HitchBOT social experiment ends after he is found decapitated and mutilated.
  • Max Levai's involvement in Happy Ending and its recent incidents including an alleged rape and separate assault.
  • Majdal Nateel's work to go on show in London after Jon Snow smuggles it out of Gaza.
  • Seven year-old boy gets stuck in John Clement public sculpture and has to be extracted.
  • Experts are questioning the therapeutic benefits of adult coloring books.
  • Abstract art can help Californians suffering from the drought to appreciate their brown thirsty lawns.
  • Does Jon Stewart hate contemporary art?
  • Ai Weiwei granted full six-month UK visa by home secretary, reversing previous decision. He expects to be able to return home. The artist wants to teach art at the University of Fine Arts in Berlin.
  • How Guy Laliberté is transforming the Ibiza art scene.
  • Frank Gehry working with LA officials to draft a new master plan for the redevelopment of the Los Angeles River.
  • Ames Stradivarius valued at $5mil. and stolen 35 years ago returned to Totenberg heirs.
  • Public gets to view the original sign of original Whitney Museum for a short while.
  • The British Museum and London's Natural History Museum using virtual reality technology in their spaces.
  • Johnnetta B. Cole explains why he kept Bill Cosby's art collection on view at Smithsonian.
  • The Musée du Louvre in Paris doing a rehang of French paintings.
  • C. Griffith Mann-curated show at Cloisters explores subtle meanings behind beloved pieces of jewelry.
  • Artinfo reviews the Frances Stark show at the Art Institute of Chicago.
  • Italy earmarks over €18mil. to rebuild the arena floor in the Colosseum.
  • Snoopy Museum Tokyo scheduled to open in March 2016.
  • The Science Museum in Kensington ranks on average as the most googled museum in the world.
  • Spaceworks promised $10mil. from NY to continue its efforts in the Bronx.
  • Dr. Dre donating new album royalties to fund arts center in Compton.
  • Art loan industry has doubled to a $10bil. business in four years. Art Market Monitor has doubts on the projected figures.
  • US now the leader in art auction revenue over China.
  • A look at art consulting and how it relates to Hong Kong.
  • Art Market Monitor examines the relationship in prices correlated to art and gold.
  • Concours d'Elegance auction featuring 112 Ferraris to test the strength of the market for Ferraris.
  • Instagram has a growing role in the art market. Financial Times writes about how Instagram is changing the way art is seen and made.
  • The market for antique cars from Cuba not taking off as expected.
  • New York Times visits the Seattle Art Fair.
  • The Pizzuti Collection is having an exhibition featuring its latest acquisitions.
  • A look at the Zabludowicz collection.
  • A look at the art acquisitions of banks and corporate collections.
  • 8 secrets to Larry Gagosian's success as a dealer.
  • Profiles of London's young art dealers.
  • Artnet's list of the Top 10 Most Expensive Living British Artists at Auction 2015.
  • Kevin McGarry covers ArtCrush.
  • Paddle8 visits Maria Brito.
  • Miami New Times profiles Jen Stark, who will be designing some things for the VMAs show.
  • Arshake interviews Michael Manning.
  • How Bruce Nauman was affected by living in New York.
  • Artinfo visits Spoke Art's Bad Dads show at Joseph Gross Gallery.
  • Cindy Sherman plays character modeled on Maria Callas in film by Francesco Vezzoli.
  • The New Yorker writes about Barry McGee and Clare Rojas.
  • Anthony Haden-Guest talks to some street artists about their lives.
  • Forbes talks to Tamuna Sirbiladze.
  • William J. Simmons talks to Jack Pierson.
  • David Pagel reviews the Joe Fay show at Craig Krull Gallery. He also visits About Face at Kayne Griffin Corcoran.
  • Scott Indrisek writes about Borden Capalino.
  • Karen Rosenberg interviews Jessica Jackson Hutchins.
  • Derek Blasberg talks to Marc Jacobs.
  • The popularity of Katsushika Hokusai's Great Wave.
  • Fad Magazine interviews Neil Raitt.
  • LA Times reviews the Bart Exposito show at Susanne Vielmetter.
  • The German Crew spends 14 months turning hillside of Las Palmitas into a giant, colorful mural.
  • Artnet's list of 12 African American artists making waves in the art world.
  • Artspace's list of 9 artists to watch this month.
  • Highlights of the Sept openings in NY.
  • 5 artists you should look at to up your Instagram game.
  • WSJ looks at 5 summertime art road trips in the US.
  • Phaidon's new book explores the history of the High Line. They also talk about landscape architecture.
  • Artnet's list of 17 Disruptors Who Have Completely Changed the Art World.
  • NY Times reviews Untitled restaurant at the Whitney.
  • Serpentine Galleries selling Polaroids by Duane Hanson.
  • Ben Davis writes about the new TV show The Art of More.

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