Overtime: Apr 22 – 28

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  • What to see at this year’s Venice Biennale.
  • What to expect from the Italian Pavilion of the 58th Venice Biennale.
  • 15 must-see exhibitions in Venice during the Biennale.
  • Meet Augustas Serapinas, the youngest artist in the Venice Biennale.
  • Why this Claude Monet haystack could sell for over $55 million.
  • Lee Krasner painting could break artist record at Sotheby’s.
  • Louise Bourgeois ‘Spider’, estimated at $25 – $35 million, could set new record for women artists.
  • PODCAST: Then and now with Paula Cooper Gallery.
  • PODCAST: How did Salvator Mundi go from $1,000 to $450m? Plus, the tragedy of Van Gogh’s only love.
  • NADA to launch a new fair in Chicago this fall.
  • Frieze LA art fair will return to Paramount Studios in 2020.
  • This NY art dealer is taking a gamble on a move to Washington, D.C.
  • Dealer Dominique Lévy breaks down 5 myths about Warhol’s market.
  • Jack Shainman Gallery to host a show of collaborative works by Warhol & Basquiat in June.
  • The Journal Gallery moves to Tribeca and launches new online sales platform called Tennis Elbow.
  • Mana Contemporary launches ‘Decentralized’ platform for artists to sell work directly to collectors.
  • Takashi Murakami splits with Blum & Poe, his longtime gallery that made him famous.
  • Plan for Banksy art gallery in Port Talbot may be under threat.
  • New Banksy mural appears in support of Extinction Rebellion protest in London.
  • Frieze sculpture finally makes its way stateside at Rockefeller Center.
  • MoMA’s long-awaited Donald Judd retrospective set for March 2020.
  • Natural History Museums of LA County will present SeglasCano’s Serpentine Pavilion at La Brea Tar Pits.
  • An epic mirrored entrance by Olafur Eliasson planned $160 million expansion of the Albright-Knox.
  • LACMA’s building plan has become a lightning rod for the debate over what  21st-century museums should be.
  • New York City is launching its own Green New Deal prompting museums to get up to code.
  • Art-world scammer Anna Delvey is found guilty and now faces prison and deportation.
  • 10 major museum scandals sparked by trustees and directors.
  • Hiring in the arts industry has plummeted 13.7 % in the past year.
  • From J-Law to Meryl, stars are embracing the art boy.
  • Sex Pistols legend Johnny Rotten on the art of punk-rock posters.
  • Inside Kehinde Wiley’s vibrant new artist residency in Senegal.
  • Watch artist Glenn Ligon translate Gertrude Stein’s writings into works of art.
  • Artist Guido van der Werve pushes his body to the limit.
  • 70 cute baby bears by artist Paola Pivi are messin’ around in Perrotin Gallery.
  • The new Gretchen Bender survey is a triumph, revealing a visionary artist.
  • Who should play the pioneering artists in Amazon’s new TV show ‘Ninth Street Women’?
  • Ronny Quevedo interviewed by Louis Bury.
  • Anna Sew Hoy interviewed by William J. Simmons.
  • Celebrity photographer Benedict Evans shares how to take better portraits.
  • Alfred Stieglitz’s sensual photographs of Georgia O’Keeffe reveal her vulnerability.
  • Edvard Munch largest exhibition of prints in 45 years at the British Museum.
  • The Three Graces have inspired centuries of artists, from Botticelli to Picasso.
  • Man fined for scavenging sketches from Gerhard Richter’s trash.
  • Revisiting Maurizio Cattelan’s sculpture of the Pope struck by a meteorite
  • Why Notre-Dame should be faithfully rebuilt.
  • Searching for truth in Rembrandt’s myths.
  • How to train your eyes to see like an artist.
  • What you need to know about collecting VR art.

Source: arrestedmotion

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