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Overtime: April 1 – April 7



More stories for the week ended April 7:
  • Ryan Mcginley's Blue Falling is the April HIGH LINE BILLBOARD in NY, presented by High Line Art.
  • RIP: Pasha P183, known as the Russian Banksy has died at age 29. Cause is unknown.
  • Tate removes Graham Ovenden prints after artist found guilty of indecency with a child and indecent assault.
  • As a result of the economic crisis gripping Spain, more of its artists are moving to the United States.
  • Chelsea's future in question after New York flood map is redrawn - insurance costs to spiral up.
  • Bavaria refuses to return Picasso painting, lost during Nazi persecution of Jews, to Felix Mendelssohn's family.
  • Karl Walther painting owned by Hitler sells for €22,000 at auction in Germany.
  • £29 million Raphael drawing barred from leaving UK via temporary export ban as British buyer sought.
  • BBC's Fake or Fortune appeals to find missing Vuillard painting last sold on eBay.
  • Hopi Indians of Arizona ask federal officials to help stop auction of 70 sacred masks in Paris next week.
  • Jennifer Pawluck arrested for Instagram photo of street art featuring Ian Lafreniere with a bullet in his head.
  • Nic Coury detained for photographing Naval School from public street.
  • NY Landmarks Conservancy working to save collection of WPA murals at landmarked Bronx Post Office.
  • Madonna selling Léger painting ($5-7mil) from her collection in order to benefit education initiatives for girls.
  • Art.com to compensate street artists whose work is featured in photographic images they sell.
  • Taylor Mead in a battle with his new landlord in the LES over his rent-stabilized apartment.
  • Udo Kittelmann slams Ai Weiwei choice for national pavilion, saying other artists will be "overshadowed".
  • Hirst catalogue listing all spot paintings since 1986 will reveal that there are around 1,400 of them.
  • Russian, Indian, and other international billionaires are joining top U.S. museum boards.
  • The Albertina shipped almost a hundred works by Albrecht Dürer to the National Gallery of Art for exhibition.
  • MoMA to host “Soundings: A Contemporary Score” its first big show devoted exclusively to sound art.
  • Four New York City museums are joining Google's online Art Project.
  • The 10 museums in the running for the Art Fund Museum of the Year award and a £100,000 prize announced.
  • Visitors will now be able to see Donald Judd's 101 Spring St house by making a appointment.
  • Michigan State University Museum gets $1.9 million gift to create the first endowed curatorship.
  • UK survey discovers that more than a third of youths don't know who Renoir is.
  • A look at creative artist-in-residence programs taking place in hotels around the world today.
  • Doyle New York hosting the second annual Street Art Auction.
  • ArtInfo's April Fools' 6 Superstar Artists Under 6 list.
  • LA Weekly's April Fools' story - MOCA to Merge with Pinterest.
  • Hyperallergic reports on Banksy's sad clowns and MoMA's celebrity programming for its April Fools' jokes.
  • Pipilotti Rist has been named the winner of this year’s Zurich Festival Prize, which includes $50,000.
  • Ben Davis looks at Basquiat via his current Gagosian exhibition.
  • Profile of Marcel Dzama, who was once turned down for a job at Walmart.
  • NYTimes catches up with Barry McGee. Caleb Neelon gathers words from twenty people about Barry McGee.
  • $1.5 millio public sculpture by Roxy Paine coming to San Francisco.
  • Adele buys herself some Warhol butterflies.
  • International Center of Photography will honor Jeff Bridges for his work in photography at its annual gala.

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