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Overtime: Oct 19 – Oct 25



More stories from the week that ended Oct 25 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Alex Israel - Sightings opens at the Nasher Sculpture Center.
  • Arts Council of England warns British museums of “severe and imminent" threat of “attack."
  • Claude Monet's ghost may be haunting the Cleveland Museum of Art.
  • UK's Culture Minister, Ed Vaizey places temporary export ban on Rembrandt portrait worth £35mil.
  • Bruegel currently in collection of Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna may have been looted from Poland.
  • DeYoung Museum's CFO Michele Gutierrez accuses President Dede Wilsey of financial mismanagement.
  • World Monuments Fund releases 2016 Watchlist of at-risk monuments and advocates for their conservation.
  • China's ambassador to the UK Liu Xiaoming criticizes Ai Weiwei as an artist.
  • El Sexto freed after spending 10 months in Cuban prison for work criticizing the country's leaders.
  • Luke Brugnara sentenced to seven years in prison for stealing millions in artwork.
  • Seele Inc. sues Eli Broad for $7mil. related to subcontract construction at the Broad museum.
  • Basquiat painting in middle of divorce proceedings stolen and then returned.
  • Squatter in a San Francisco mansion sells 11 paintings from the house. 9 have been recovered. He has been identified as vagabond artist Jeremiah Kaylor.
  • Megan Ohara and David Ziskoski steal jewelry from ICFA Gallery. Caught after leaving their info in guestbook.
  • eBay Chief Curator Michael Moskowitz leaves the company after being there two years.
  • Bartholomew Ryan resigns as curator of Andy Warhol Museum.
  • Did Frieze London turn its back to emerging art?
  • James Turrell responds to his influence evident in Drake music video and denies involvement.
  • Renoir Sucks at Painting group clashes with counter-protesters during demonstration outside of the Met.
  • UN mission involving peacekeepers sent to protect world heritage sites modeled after Monuments Men.
  • Dilip Ratha and Patrick Kabanda call for the return of African art and artifacts to Africa.
  • ArtReview's 2015 Power 100 list released. The Art Newspaper writes about the list. The Guardian and BBC also write about it.
  • Andrew Butterfield may have discovered a lost work by Donatello.
  • NY Times looks at Art Brut in America: The Incursion of Jean Dubuffet at the American Folk Art Museum.
  • Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art to lend works from its collection to Berlin in a historic deal.
  • Carolina Miranda looks at how Yelp reviewers feel about the Broad museum.
  • Gilbert & George with Victoria debuts at Serpentine Gallery.
  • Chantal Pontbriand named CEO of Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in Toronto.
  • Swizz Beatz and Barbara Vogelstein join the Brooklyn Museum board.
  • Alberto Burri’s completed Land Art work Grande Cretto opened in Sicily on Oct 17.
  • Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art acquires rare Picasso collage from auction.
  • Lancaster Museum of Art and History acquires work by Andrew Schoultz.
  • Noordbrabants museum secures loan of 20 of the 25 surviving Hieronymus Bosch panels.
  • Sheikh of Sharjah signs financial support package for Germany's Gutenberg Museum.
  • Google’s Cultural Institute hosts images of works from the Venice Biennale.
  • Artinfo looks at Martin Puryear's show at the Morgan Library.
  • Artnet's list of the top ten private art museums in the US.
  • Profile of Smithsonian Institution’s new chief David J. Skorton.
  • Profile of Claire Barry, Director of Conservation at Kimball Art Museum.
  • Profile of David Gleeson, senior exhibition designer at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
  • Why you should think twice before storing your artwork in a freeport.
  • Roy Lichtenstein's Nurse painting could set records when it sells at Christie's in Nov.
  • Loic Gouzer promoted to Deputy Chairman, Post-War and Contemporary at Christie’s.
  • Mike Kelley Memory Ware Flat works going to auction at both Christie's and Sotheby's.
  • Sotheby's to offer Orazio Gentileschi’s Danaë in January Master Paintings sale.
  • Artnet previews what dealers will be bringing with them to FIAC. It then visits the fair and chooses top booths. Artinfo has a slideshow of the works at the fair.
  • Susan and Michael Hort's artwork must-see picks from FIAC. Sandy Rower also chooses five works.
  • Artinfo has an initial sales report from FIAC.
  • Kenny Schachter On the Good, the Bad, and the (Very) Ugly of London Frieze Week—Part I. He also writes about the London auctions and FIAC.
  • The top ten lots from the Frieze week auction sales.
  • Dazed Digital's picks of artists that shone the brightest during Frieze.
  • Artnet has a final sales report for Frieze.
  • The party in Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach may be the biggest its ever been this year.
  • Katya Kazakina writes about the market for Lucio Fontana's work.
  • Marianne Boesky to represent Thornton Dial.
  • Anselm Reyle quietly returns to making new work and his market steadily improves.
  • Sotheby's list of five contemporary artists you should know.
  • Interview with Julie Mehretu, who sold a major painting in her collection to finance and produce Difret film.
  • Damien Hirst granted permission to build basement for his art collection under the garden of London mansion.
  • Steve Wynn gets a very favorable interest rate from Bank of America by using his art collection as collateral.
  • NY Times profiles Rachel Rose.
  • Laurent Boijeot and Sébastien Renauld sleep on the streets of NY for 30 days as part of a paid performance.
  • Haroon Mirza wins the Calder Prize, which includes $50k.
  • Wu Tsang and Swarovski light installation unveiled at FIAC.
  • Hank Willis Thomas creates a sculpture for the entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge.
  • Ai Weiwei given a three-year German visa.
  • An interview with John Divola.
  • Reuben Dangoor's portraits of grime stars.
  • Hajime Isayama discusses his inspirations.
  • Matt Black wins the W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography, which includes $30k.
  • Shortlist announced for 2016 Hugo Boss Prize. Includes Laura Owens, Anicka Yi, Tania Bruguera, and more.
  • NeueHouse Hollywood opening includes Sam Sharit and Drew Heitzler Felix the Cat projected animation.
  • Ten words of advice and warning that you may not have learned from art school.
  • Kickstarter for Gertrude’s book, which selects 30 emerging artists with pictures from Instagram.
  • Jeff Koons limited edition rabbit necklace and cuff by Gus + Al available.
  • Thomas Bayrle limited edition prints available from Triangle Books.
  • PYT Burger offers $64 Basquiat Prime Beef Burger.
  • Lady Gaga presented Young Artist Award by Americans for the Arts by Klaus Biesenbach.
  • Lenin statue converted To Darth Vader in Ukraine.

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