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Overtime: Nov 9 – Nov 15



More stories from the week that ended Nov 15 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Unorthodox show at the Jewish Museum includes work by Park McArthur, Jamian Juliano-Villani, and others.
  • The 2015 Paris Photo fair has closed early due to recent terrorist attacks in the city.
  • RIP: Ernst Fuchs, who died at the age of 85.
  • RIP: Wojciech Fangor, who died at the age of 92.
  • RIP: Cengiz Çekil, who died at the age of 70.
  • Sotheby's explains why it had to have the Taubman collection and lose money guaranteeing it. The auction house beats expectations by losing less money than analysts expected. Sotheby's offers its employees voluntary buyouts to cut costs before resorting to layoffs.
  • Marina Abramović sued by former lover and collaborator Ulay over joint works.
  • Dmitry Rybolovlev criminal complaint against Yves Bouvier to proceed to trial.
  • Three major museum directors resign from board of Cimam due to censorship issue.
  • Experts question the authenticity of a group of Jackson Pollock works that were exhibited at Art Monaco.
  • Pyotr Pavlensky sets fire to the door of the headquarters of Russia’s chief security agency and is detained.
  • German state-owned casino WestSpiel used Warhol sale to cover and compensate for its losses.
  • Tracey Hejailan-Amon accuses Maurice Amon of surprise hiding $25mil. art collection prior to surprise divorce.
  • Jerry Saltz claiming to live in near-poverty in NYC art world.
  • The Chashama Residency, which housed 24 studios, cleared out to make way for commercial complex.
  • Mass. gov. Charlie Barker rejects funding for “Percent for Art” program at relatively low $400k/year cost.
  • Japanese curator Fram Kitagawa denied visa to enter the United States.
  • SF residents concerned over historic preservation of Palace of Fine Arts amid development proposals.
  • Sotheby's stock price on the decline due mainly to performance of Taubman works.
  • Deutsch stealing JR's printed banners from Kibera and claiming to sell them to benefit Water Is Life.
  • Southwark council rejects plans to transform multi-story car park in London into 800 affordable artists’ studios.
  • Francesca von Habsburg threatens to move TBA21 Foundation from Austria to Switzerland.
  • Two other paintings uncovered underneath Kazimir Malevich's Black Square painting at Tretyakov Gallery.
  • Sarah H. Parcak wins TED prize by using satellite technology to combat looting.
  • Online petition for Apple to add the "art" category to the App Store.
  • Social Design Collective chosen as artist-in-residence at the Mayor’s Office of Veterans’ Affairs in NY.
  • Alexander Calder Tate Modern exhibition includes a damaged work from 1929 that was repaired. Artinfo reviews the retrospective.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright's Bachman-Wilson House reopens at Crystal Bridges after being transported from NJ.
  • How masterpieces travel between museums and exhibitions.
  • Manifesta 12 biennial will be hosted by Palermo, Italy, in 2018.
  • Liu Yiqian of Long Museum buys Modigliani painting for $170.4mil at Christie’s. Why the painting was worth so much. 7 other things the collector has acquired at auction before.
  • Judd Tully reports on the Christie's The Artist's Muse sale. Brian Boucher also covers the auction.
  • Judd Tully reports on the Phillips evening sale. Eileen Kinsella also covers the auction.
  • Judd Tully reports on the Christie's post-war contemporary art evening sale. Eileen Kinsella also covers the auction.
  • Judd Tully reports on the Sotheby's post-war contemporary art evening sale. Brian Boucher also covers the auction.
  • Judd Tully reports on the Christie's Impressionist/Modern sale. Brian Boucher also covers the auction.
  • Hannah Ghorashi covers the Phillips day sale.
  • Cait Munro looks at the artist auction records that were set this past week.
  • Cy Twombly market is heating up.
  • Sotheby's Taubman deal may have completed at the expense of its private sales business.
  • Financial Times profiles Jussi Pylkkanen of Christie’s.
  • Some interesting facts about and advantages of auction day and afternoon sales.
  • Photographs from Juergen Teller's shoot with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West to be offered at Phillips.
  • Paper Magazine's guide to Art Basel Miami Beach, Part I. And Part II.
  • Exhibitor list for Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2016 released.
  • Arco to host a Lisbon edition of the fair called Arco Lisboa.
  • Artinfo's video tour of Paris Photo.
  • Artinfo interviews Christoph Wiesner and Florence Bourgeois about Paris Photo.
  • Artnet's list of eight undervalued artists.
  • Artinfo writes about Richard Polsky's Andy Warhol art authentication service.
  • The Vito Schnabel Gallery set to open next month in Switzerland with a show by Urs Fischer.
  • Derek Eller Gallery moves from Chelsea to the Lower East Side in NY.
  • Artillery Mag profiles Anat Ebgi and looks at her all-female year of programming.
  • Rally writes about Maccarone's LA space and the scene in the city.
  • Larry's List interviews Valeria Sorci & Pierpaolo Barzan of Depart Foundation.
  • The Guardian profiles and interviews James Turrell.
  • Rachel Cooke visits Ellsworth Kelly.
  • LA Weekly reviews Ann Hirsch’s exhibition at Smart Objects.
  • Kelly Crow reviews Zeng Fanzhi: Paintings, Drawings, and Two Sculptures at Gagosian Gallery.
  • Westword interviews Zach Reini.
  • Jerry Saltz reviews the Michael Krebber show at Greene Naftali Gallery.
  • Ramiro Gomez honored in the Out100 list.
  • Naomi Wilding interviews Catherine Opie for Issue Magazine.
  • Paddle8 discusses eight things about Raymond Pettibon.
  • Cait Munro's list of top 10 art historical muses.
  • Martin Eder, Noble & Webster, and other artists discuss the nude.
  • Artspace's list of artworks that explore or use the body.
  • NADA and Artspace unveil Katherine Bernhardt and Michael Bauer editions for Miami.
  • Whitney Museum shop sells Frank Stella 3D-printed ornaments.
  • LA Weekly's review of Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict.
  • Interview with Tim Patch, aka Pricasso, who paints using his weiner.
  • Diemut Strebe creates living replica of Van Gogh's ear and calls it Sugababe.
  • Tour inside of Ben Carson's house includes a painting of him with Jesus.
  • Shia LeBouf performance art piece features livestream of him watching all 27 of his films.
  • Whoopi Goldberg poses as Mona Lisa for Dorotheum magazine cover photo.
  • Interview with Serena Marron.
  • NY Times quiz tests whether you are smarter than a billionaire by your auction results knowledge.

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