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Overtime: Nov 30 – Dec 13



Special XL edition of Overtime this Sunday, covering more stories from the past two weeks. Click on bolded words for more information:
  • Olafur Eliasson and Minik Rosing's Ice Watch piece installed in Paris during UN Climate Summit.
  • RIP: Leslie Waddington, who passed away at the age of 81.
  • RIP: Victoria Nicodemus, who passed away at the age of 30 after being hit while on a sidewalk by an SUV.
  • RIP: Holly Woodlawn, who passed away at the age of 69 after battling brain and liver cancer in Los Angeles.
  • RIP: John Trudell, who passed away at the age of 69.
  • RIP: Jeriah Hildwine, who passed away at the age of 36, apparently from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
  • RIP: Ray Crooke, who passed away at the age of 93.
  • Unnamed former Ohio State University employee shoots and kills himself at the Wexner Center for the Arts
  • Suspected Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic shooter/killer Robert Lewis Dear was an art dealer.
  • Ian Sklarsky physically attacked by Eliexer Reyes with candy bar and fists in NY subway.
  • Brian McCarty discovers that his work has been appropriated by ISIS.
  • UN advisers launch appeal to stop execution of Ashraf Fayadh in Saudi Arabia.
  • Artists protest oil sponsorship at Louvre during UN climate change conference and some are arrested.
  • Appointment of Bartomeu Marí as director of MMCA protested by artists due to censorship concerns.
  • Markus Lüpertz's studio is broken into and around 30 paintings, drawings, and prints were stolen.
  • Leonardo A. Patterson convicted of smuggling pre-Columbian artifacts and selling fake objects.
  • Izabela Depczyk resigns as publisher and CEO of ARTnews magazine after ownership change.
  • Amal Clooney's firm dropped from Elgin Marbles lawsuit after Greece chooses to go diplomatic route.
  • The Art Preservation Index assists collectors with evaluating artwork materials that will deteriorate.
  • US Senate Finance Committee scrutinizing nearly a dozen private museums and their tax exempt-status.
  • Museum of Fine Arts guards protest new, more aggressive training model and their new work scheduling.
  • BART in SF accused of censoring Victor De La Rosa's work on gentrification in S.F.
  • Les Couples de la République show featuring photos of gay couples to reopen after multiple acts of vandalism.
  • Rijksmuseum replacing racist words and terms from titles and descriptions of works in its collection.
  • Met museum sued for "racist" Jesus paintings.
  • Danh Vo, Bert Kreuk, and Isabella Bortolozzi finally settle two-year long legal dispute.
  • Knoedler Gallery, Ann Freeman, and owners reach settlement with John Howard over fake $4mil. de Kooning.
  • Judgment against Ernst expert Werner Spies, who mistakenly authenticated fake work, overturned in appeal.
  • Sheridan Tandy caught selling fake prints that he made himself.
  • LA's downtown Arts District too expensive for artists and city needs to do more to assist creative community.
  • Catherine Wagley explores the values and risk of nepotism in art.
  • Barcelona unions fighting to prevent Picasso’s former art school from being turned into Woody Allen museum.
  • Group of French artists send strongly worded open letter to right wing politician Marine Le Pen. Fleur Pellerin warns that her far-right party will trample on artists' rights.
  • Shaun Greenhalgh claims to have painted La Bella Principessa, a painting attributed to Leonardo da Vinci.
  • Damien Hirst's Christmas tree criticized for being insensitive, due to proximity to homeless shelter and church.
  • François Pinault denies rumors that he will open a museum in Paris.
  • Marc Porter resigns his post at Christie's and will join Sotheby's at a later time.
  • Christian Viveros-Fauné writes about how the growing narcissism epidemic is killing art.
  • Christie's big Hong Kong sale performs below expectations.
  • Caravaggio’s Nativity with St Francis and St Lawrence replica exhibited after original was stolen decades ago.
  • Pascal Cotte says he has discovered another painting hidden underneath the Mona Lisa.
  • Researchers at the University of Houston study the affects of art on our brain.
  • _space jamaica, the Caribbean’s first museum dedicated to contemporary art, opens in Kingston.
  • NY Times writes about the opening of National Gallery Singapore.
  • Ai Weiwei donates much awaited political Lego Project to National Gallery of Victoria.
  • Barbara Lee gifts ICA Boston 20 works by 12 female artists with a value estimated at $42mil.
  • Chicago Tribune writes about Stefan Edlis' $400 collection gift to the Art Institute of Chicago.
  • Korea's Ministry of Culture donates $1mil. to Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  • Artinfo looks at the Robert Ryman show at Dia:Chelsea.
  • Mickalene Thomas bringing domestic violence, suicide prevention, and other specialists to Aspen Art Museum.
  • Ansel Adams and others' photographs from Japanese-American internment camps on view at Skirball.
  • Modern Painters visits the 8th edition of the Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8).
  • Jerry Saltz reviews the Jim Shaw show at New Museum.
  • Karen Rosenberg looks at No Man's Land at the Rubell Family Collection. Sarah Thornton also reviews the show. 7 of the artists in the show discuss their work being included.
  • Barnes Art Museum looks to build on its success after controversial move.
  • Cultural corridor, including a contemporary art museum, proposed for Northern Berkshires in Massachusetts.
  • Jerry Saltz writes about the Collected by Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner show at Whitney.
  • A look at the inclusion of black artists' work in American museums.
  • Sharjah Art Foundation acquires an edition of Random International's Rain Room.
  • Allora & Calzadilla's Puerto Rican Light (Cueva Vientos) is installed and goes on view in a cave in Puerto Rico.
  • Franklin Sirmans begins his position as director of the Pérez Art Museum Miami just in time for ABMB.
  • MoMA appoints Sean Anderson as associate curator in the department of architecture and design.
  • Yaddo artists’ colony in New York receives $250k gift from the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation.
  • The Creators Project profiles Jerry Saltz and goes to one of his talks.
  • Part 1 of Artnet's 100 Most Influential People in the Art World list.
  • Liu Yiqian relies on information provided by bidding action by others for an object in evaluating its merits.
  • Paddle8 hires Stefany Morris as head of fine art auctions.
  • Martin Shkreli revealed to be the buyer of the Wu-Tang 1/1 album sold on Paddle8. The sale is analyzed by Ben Davis. The group and Bill Murray may or may not have the right to perform one heist for the work.
  • Janis Joplin’s Porsche 356, painted by Dave Richards, sells for $1.76mil. at RM Sotheby’s. Judd Tully analyzes the entire auction.
  • How and why collectors develop relationships with auction houses.
  • Teriha Yaegashi's coverage and analysis of Miami art fair week.
  • Scott Reyburn writes about the state of the art market.
  • The boom in the market for 20th century Italian art.
  • Claire Bouchara list of etiquette for art collectors.
  • Trong Gia Nguyen is the winner of the 2015 Pulse Prize for his work at mc2gallery's booth.
  • Ellie Rines opens new and larger space at 56 Henry in NY.
  • Harper Levine opening Harper’s Apartment in Upper East Side NY.
  • The Wall Street Journal profiles Vito Schnabel as he opens his gallery in Switzerland.
  • Andrea Rosen Gallery now represents Simon Fujiwara.
  • Mindy Rose Schwartz and David Rappeneau show at Queer Thoughts is an ArtForum Critic's Pick.
  • Back in the day when copying and replication was its own art form.
  • NPR profiles fabricator Pretty In Plastic.
  • Michael Slenske provies an oral history of Noah Davis, as told by those closet to him.
  • Barbara Rose talks with Claes Oldenburg.
  • Mira Dancy interviewed in Interview Magazine.
  • Scott Indrisek interviews Brad Phillips.
  • Blake Gopnik relates Frank Stella's work to Elizabeth Murray's.
  • Interview with Ian Cheng.
  • Darja Bajagić interviewed in Interview Magazine.
  • ExhibitionA talks to Erik Parker about his work and art collection.
  • Sara Cwyner interviewed in Interview Magazine.
  • Puppies Puppies in ArtNews' Consumer Reports.
  • Carl Andre and Paula Cooper awarded France's Order of Arts and Letters.
  • Elizabeth Jaeger in Interview Magazine.
  • Ryan Foerster and Ashley McNelis converse about the artist's work.
  • Robert Levin's never-before-seen photographs of Andy Warhol goes on view at Maison Gerard.
  • Ajay Kurian answers some questions.
  • Artinfo looks at the Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen show at Paula Cooper.
  • Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures documentary about Robert Mapplethorpe coming to HBO.
  • Behind the scenes with Rosson Crow as she makes her film.
  • Igor Levit collaborating with Marina Abramović to fully immerse audience in Bach's Goldberg Variations.
  • Almas Atlason spends a week naked in a glass box as part of performance.
  • Artnet's list of 20 emerging female artists to keep an eye on.
  • UK’s Turner Prize for 2015 won by Assemble, a collective group of architects that has restored derelict houses. The implications of architecture instead of art winning the prize.
  • Frederick Douglass' important relationship with the photograph.
  • Artspace interviews the Skateroom’s Charles-Antoine Bodson.
  • Ben Davis shares some of the highlights from The Art of More.
  • Serial podcast returns for much-anticipated season two.
  • Christie's list of the best art books of 2015 as selected by art world figures, authors, critics and others.
  • Martin Creed unique edition works available from Tate shop.
  • Dynamo Editions releases limited edition print by Masakatsu Sashie.
  • The Andy Warhol Foundation collaborates with Barbie on limited edition Andy Warhol doll.
  • James Franco to exhibit show of bird paintings at Siegfried Contemporary.
  • Speak with Shia LeBeouf and his collaborators as part of performance piece.
  • Details interviews Adrien Brody about his art show in Miami.
  • E! Online creates artwork inspired by Miley Cyrus' own work.
  • Leonardo DiCaprio - coveted art world husband?
  • Kobe Bryant gets a giant snow portrait in China.
  • Amar’e Stoudemire declares his intention on becoming a serious art collector. He also wants to connect other NBA players to the art market.
  • Rose Quartz and Serenity are Pantone's colors of the year for 2016.
  • New York's holiday window displays.

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