Overtime: Apr 8 – 14

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information):

  • This hip-hop producer’s Basquiat could be a hit at Phillips in May.
  • The Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s new $650-million building was approved.
  • Can a museum for progressive artists have an arms-manufacturer vice-chairman?
  • Guggenheim ‘decommissions’ conceptual and Minimalist works over questions of authenticity.
  • Salvador Dalí Museum in Florida plans $38 million expansion.
  • Patronage without pretension abounds at the 2019 edition of the Dallas Art Fair.
  • Art Basel to unite across continents to celebrate 50th anniversary.
  • Carlo Ratti’s Mycelium Arches at Milan Design Week.
  • Smaller Art Cologne caters to our short attention spans.
  • The best of Buenos Aires beyond arteBA.
  • Mike Kelley Foundation awards $400k to Los Angeles arts organizations.
  • Another shake-up in art finance sector as Athena sold for $170 million.
  • New York City officials have voted to demolish the art-filled Elizabeth Street Garden.
  • Chris Martin on breaking the rules of painting in the 1980s.
  • Peter and Sally Saul in studios in upstate New York.
  • An inside look at Johan Van Mullem’s “Reverence” exhibition in London.
  • Blue is the most relaxing color, scientists say.
  • Dorothy Iannone’s statue of sexual liberty.
  • Nettle Grellier’s tender paintings show how we can occupy space as equals.
  • Dale Chihuly’s glass sculptures are in bloom at Kew Gardens.
  • The enduring legacy of Joseph Duveen, America’s first mega-dealer.
  • The collecting couple promoting emerging, diverse art in Dallas.
  • Leelee Chan’s sculptures turn urban detritus into natural-looking forms.
  • When performance art takes to the street, the results are moving.
  • PODCAST: What inspired Munch’s Scream? Plus, the Shed.
  • PODCAST: Power, purpose and privilege with artists Nari Ward and Derrick Adams.
  • World Press Photo reveals the top photojournalism images of 2018.
  • Kwame Brathwaite’s photographic vision of a black female utopia.
  • The photographers who documented youth culture through the ages.
  • Why Madame X scandalized the art world.
  • X-ray of Uffizi’s Artemisia Gentileschi reveals a tantalizing underpainting.
  • The forgotten women who hand-painted the first color films.
  • The vengeful female ghosts in Japanese Ukiyo-e prints will haunt you.
  • The divine art of Japanese Shinto gods.
  • What makes a figurative painting good?
  • French sculptor Claude Lalanne has died aged 93.
  • Vik Muniz exposes his shared roots with Ruinart.
  • 5 places that inspired Vincent van Gogh’s art.
  • I held the gun that probably killed Van Gogh—and here is its story.
  • The radiant paintings of Les Nabis, the movement started by Bonnard and Vuillard.
  • Why the Google doodle pays tribute to 100 years of Bauhaus.
  • 4 artists share tips for using Instagram to grow your art practice.
  • The first image captured of a Black Hole that’s 55 million light-years from Earth.
  • Unraveling the mysteries of ancient Egypt’s spellbinding mummy portraits.

Source: arrestedmotion

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