Overtime: April 30 – May 6

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

  • A guide to finding Keith Haring’s work in his hometown.
  • Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring & André Saraiva custom Montana Colors spray paint cans.
  • Watch Michael Lau’s Mini Documentary: “FROM STREET TO ART”.
  • Arsham/Fieg Gallery spotlights artist Mark Whalen for upcoming exhibit.
  • Washing down the canon with wine and oysters at TEFAF New York.
  • TEFAF sales outpace Frieze New York on opening day.
  • 10 of the best artworks at Frieze New York 2018.
  • The good, the bad, and the forgettable at Frieze New York.
  • Jerry Saltz cracks the catch 22 of art fairs.
  • ‘It isn’t working anymore’: Dealers at Frieze New York reckon with the thorny state of the art market.
  • From Shepard Fairey skateboards to Joe Namath paintings, art New York caters to celeb-hungry collectors.
  • 5 reasons why many art dealers can’t get a loan—and might not even want one.
  • Once forgotten inside a storage unit, work by New York School painter Clinton Hill shines at Frieze New York.
  • A look inside Hebru Brantley’s “NEVERMORE” pop-up in New York City.
  • More galleries are leaving the contested Los Angeles neighborhood of Boyle Heights.
  • This digital art-phabet typeface spells out the works of 26 famous artists.
  • How Joseph Cornell’s surrealistic sculptures transformed 20th century art.
  • The complicated relationship between opium and art in the 20th Century.
  • The insider’s guide to Outsider Art.
  • 11 pieces of advice for struggling artists from Pulitzer Prize winner Jerry Saltz.
  • Joel Silver sues Gagosian Gallery over undelivered Jeff Koons sculpture, seeking $6.6 million in damages.
  • The artworks that predicted the future of the world, from Caravaggio to Warhol.
  • How one artist transformed old master paintings into a beguiling capsule collection for Gucci.
  • From Monet to Van Gogh: Factum Arte re-creates lost masterpieces for Sky Arts TV series.
  • The changing fortunes of modern British printmaking.
  • Joan Mitchell Foundation heads to David Zwirner.
  • New humorous urban interventions by Levalet Combine wheatpaste artworks with public architecture.
  • Beyond daisies and kitsch: An older, wiser Takashi Murakami opens up.
  • Shows! Shows! Shows! 34 New York must-see gallery exhibitions to see this May.
  • Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead write a humorous guide to dating New York City museums.
  • Mexico City’s kurimanzutto Gallery opens a New York outpost with a scrappy ode to the big apple.
  • Alain Servais is on a mission to make other art collectors less boring. It’s not going so well.
  • Vito Schnabel gives Zac Posen’s artist father a second chance.
  • 25,000 internet users communally band together to buy $2 million Picasso.
  • Collectors join forces to create $800,000 Art Prize.
  • Classical ceramicist Jennifer Lee wins the 2018 Loewe Craft Prize.
  • Autistic artist Charlotte Amelia Poe’s video self-portrait wins the Inaugural Spectrum Prize.
  • Richard Prince raised $150,000 for an Anti-Trump PAC.
  • Someone paid $28,000 for the heinous nude Trump statue.
  • Estimated at $7 M. to $10 M., Yayoi Kusama painting at Sotheby’s could break artist’s record.
  • Bomb Magazine plans $15 million endowment campaign over the next three years dubbed the Future Fund.
  • Inside the uber-high-tech art warehouse that doubles as New York’s first-ever freeport.
  • Artifacts smuggled into the U.S. by Hobby Lobby are headed back to Iraq.
  • German looted art restitution project shows 1st results.
  • Women artists dominated Berlin Gallery Weekend, despite evidence of German art bias.
  • Poland consigns communist-era monuments to the dustbin of history.
  • New York museums move to dismiss artist’s ‘implausible’ lawsuit that claims the art industry is rigged.
  • Citing crumbling ceilings and absent faculty, Columbia University art students demand a refund.
  • Dealers test Chinese art market with new fair in rising economic powerhouse Chengdu.
  • Pacific Standard Time added $430 million to Southern California’s economy, report says.
  • How painting helped Fulton Leroy Washington, a wrongfully convicted man, get out of prison.
  • San Antonio Museum of Art acquires 50 Brett Weston photographs.
  • A French museum just discovered that half of its collection is fake.
  • A vandal slashed a multimillion-dollar Christopher Wool. Turns out it may have been the owner’s son.
  • MFA Boston appoints Reto Thüring as Chair of Contemporary Art.
  • The Menil Drawing Institute in Houston will open in November.
  • Art Fund reveals shortlist for Museum of the Year 2018.
  • Las Vegas moves a step closer to opening its own art museum.
  • Art21 devotes new season of ‘Art in the 21st Century’ TV show to Berlin, Johannesburg, and San Francisco.
  • Art Dealers push back against the European Union’s new money-laundering regulations.
  • US art dealers may soon be subject to government financial regulation.
  • Two Chelsea gallery owners get 1,650% return on a former shared building they recently sold.
  • Lehmann Maupin pays “record-breaking price” for gallery space at the Getty costing $4,400 a sq ft.
  • Doug Aitken mirrors our obsession with mobile technology.

Source: arrestedmotion

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