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Overtime: Jan 4 – Jan 10



More stories from the week that ended Jan 10 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Van Hanos' exhibition Intercalaris opens at Rowhouse Project.
  • Wildenstein family tax evasion and money laundering trial begins. The trial is now suspended to probe its constitutionality.
  • Sam Salz heirs accuse their stepmom of stealing and selling paintings belonging to his estate.
  • Hollis Taggart Galleries appears to offer Calder work at art fair it had been loaned on approval from Paddle8.
  • Judge rules that monkey can not own copyright to photos because it's an animal, not a human.
  • Donald Graham sues Gagosian Gallery, Larry Gagosian, and Richard Prince over photograph used in IG work. Legal experts provide their perspective on the case.
  • Katherine Craig suing in order to save her mural on a Detroit building that may be destroyed.
  • Eight Miami artists sue Rich Wilkerson of Wynwood's Vous Church for using their artwork in ad campaign.
  • Orlan's $31.7mil. lawsuit against Lady Gaga comes to New York.
  • Giant Mao Zedong statue erected in China's Henan province by a group of anonymous local entrepreneurs. It then appears to have been destroyed.
  • Babacar M’Bow fired as MOCA North Miami director. Six quotes supposedly made by Babacar M'Bow that contributed to his firing at MOCA North Miami.
  • Elmgreen & Dragset among artists that are boycotting Gemeentemuseum over its role in Kreuk-Vō court case.
  • David Joel loses court case appeal to prove that the supposed Monet painting he owns is authentic.
  • Plaster sculpture of Abraham Lincoln's hand stolen from Kankakee County Museum.
  • Shaun Greenhalgh discusses his secrets to forging artwork.
  • Authenticity of Caravaggio’s The Lute Player called into doubt by lute historian.
  • Anti-China activists vandalize pair of outdoor sculptures at Taiwan's National Palace Museum.
  • Jonathan Jones looks at the all-female exhibition Champagne Life at Saatchi Gallery. Cait Munro discusses the problem with the concept of the show.
  • The story of the FBI's investigation into Robert Gentile's association with Gardner Museum heist artwork.
  • Ellie Harrison's $22k grant from Creative Scotland creates uproar due to the nature of her project.
  • Jonathan Jones upset that people compared Manchester street scene photograph to Renaissance painting.
  • Milo Moire performs naked in Cologne to protest sexual assaults.
  • Christie's closes its Mayfair space.
  • Ai Weiwei sets up a studio on the Greek island of Lesbos to highlight the plight of refugees.
  • Fundraising efforts being held to raise money to save and renovate J.M.W. Turner country house.
  • Desert X biennial coming to CA to coincide with Modernism Week & Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
  • KCRW's Art Talk looks at the coming attractions in Los Angeles for 2016.
  • China’s Inner Mongolia announces plan for protection and preservation Great Wall of China within its borders.
  • Italian government will invest €300mil. in cultural projects, including restorations, over the next three years.
  • Scientists uncover Pablo Picasso's chemical fingerprint using noninvasive procedure in breakthrough study.
  • Discovery of Eric Allden diary (a companion of the artist) sheds new light on Francis Bacon's early years.
  • Petworth House to show for the the firs ttime Egremont family masterpieces accepted in lieu of inheritance tax.
  • Helen Molesworth discusses some of the rooms and works in MOCA's The Art of Our Time show.
  • Joel Wachs, president of the Andy Warhol Foundation, discusses the role of foundations in funding artists.
  • International Center of Photography collaborating with JR on an installation at building near 250 Bowery.
  • The Washington Post looks at the Wonder exhibition at Renwick Gallery.
  • Dallas Museum of Art to show works it acquired from Dorace Fichtenbaum after she passed.
  • First museum (designed by Libeskind) dedicated to Lithuanian Modern and contemporary art due to open.
  • Mumbai to get world's first slum museum.
  • Tina Kukielski named as the new executive director of ART21.
  • Artinfo's list of 58 Museum Shows to See in 2016.
  • The Art Newspaper looks at the art market outlook in Hong Kong.
  • House featuring Banksy's Spy Booth street mural goes on the market for £210k.
  • WSJ writes about the market for Picasso ceramics and the upcoming Sotheby's sale of his works.
  • Maria Claudia Jimenez has predictions for 2016 as it relates to taxes and regulation in the art market.
  • Igot Markin's Art4.ru, originally a private museum, has been repurposed into a selling museum.
  • Bloomberg writes about the market for Outsider Art.
  • Observer's list of 6 Art Galleries to Keep Your Eye on in 2016.
  • The market for Legos in recent years.
  • Bruce High Quality Foundation moves from Manhattan to Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
  • NY Times profiles Robert Irwin and discusses his current projects.
  • Mirabelle Jones' performance-based work about catcalling.
  • Phaidon writes about how Paris changed Ellsworth Kelly.
  • Modern Painters interviews Andrea Zittel.
  • Scott Indrisek reviews Mark Flood-curated exhibition The Future Is Ow. NY Times also reviews the show. Ryan Steadman interviews Mark Flood. The Creators Project writes about Mark Flood.
  • Sarah Waldron looks back at Artemisia Gentileschi.
  • Nowness visits with Gordon Smith.
  • Laurie Anderson performs a concert for dogs (and their human chaperones) in Times Square.
  • JR discusses his work in ballet.
  • Studio visit and interview with Lauren Elder.
  • Tony Matelli's Sleepwalker sculpture will be installed on the Highline in April as part of Wanderlust group show.
  • Susie J. Lee creates a dating app aimed at preventing harrassmet by men.
  • ArtForum feature on Max Hooper Schneider.
  • Sarah Meyohas using fluctuating value of artist-bought stocks to create corresponding oilstick paintings.
  • 2016 College Art Association award winners include Rosalind E. Krauss, Carrie Mae Weems, & Sabina Ott.
  • Artspace's list of 10 Artists to Watch This January.
  • Forbes' 30 Under 30 list in Art & Style include Amalia Ulman, Petra Cortright, Ryder Ripps, and Eric Mack.
  • Artnet previews 20 European exhibitions coming in 2016.
  • Artinfo's list of the top art events happening in Asia in early 2016.
  • Shepard Fairey endorses Bernie Sanders for the United States presidency.
  • Interview with Oberto Gili about photographing artist's homes and their art collections.
  • Craig Hubert reviews the Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art film.
  • James Welling edition (each unique) available from Camden Arts Centre.
  • Good Smile Company x James Jean's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Figures set of 4 figures and special print.
  • POSE limited edition book with signed screen print now available.
  • Smithsonian visits some of the oldest cave paintings known.
  • RZA comments on Martin Shkreli's ownership of 1/1 Wu Tang album.
  • The rise of clowncore.
  • Researchers to build smaller version of Da Vinci’s 1502 Bosphorus bridge design using ice.
  • Artnet explores solutions or alternatives to New Year's resolutions via artwork.

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