Overtime: Aug 7 – Aug 13

More stories from the week that ended Aug 13 (click on bolded words for more information):

  • Holland Cotter writes about Blue Black show at Pulitzer Arts Foundation, curated by Glenn Ligon.
  • RIP: Martin Roth, who passed away at the age of 62. Tim Reeve remembers Roth.
  • RIP: Arlene Gottfried, who passed away at the age of 66.
  • Continental Art Supplies in Reseda, CA closing after 57 years so that owner can retire.
  • Biennale de Montréal in $200k debt to artists, installers and other small suppliers.
  • Roman Abramovich and Dasha Zhukova separate. They announce that they will still work together on joint projects.
  • In defiance of Kim Jong-un, North Korean art goes on display in a exhibition at United Nations.
  • 15 Space Invader street works stolen by thieves posing as city workers in Paris.
  • Pussy Riot’s Maria Alyokhina and Olga Borisova arrested in eastern Siberia but later released.
  • Zurich American suing Delta Airlines for $2.6mil. on behalf of Christie’s due to damaged Richter painting.
  • Lesley Joan Viscountess Hambleden sues Timothy Sammon, claiming he shortchanged her on sale of work.
  • Banksy denies that he is Robert Del Naja.
  • David Galligan, deputy director of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, has resigned.
  • Why there are so many Modigliani fakes.
  • Ben Davis on The Rise and Fall of the Louise Blouin Art Media Empire.
  • Tim Schneider’s thoughts on diversity in museums, Sotheby’s performance, and Grotjahn’s market.
  • Uffizi Gallery forced to close due to high temperatures.
  • Iraq working to recover ancient artifacts illegally imported by Hobby Lobby.
  • Sotheby’s still awaiting payment for $71.2mil. “Pink Star” diamond.
  • Tristram Hunt apologizes to breastfeeding woman asked to cover up at V&A museum.
  • French volunteers visit Brooklyn cemetery to clean the grime from Basquiat’s granite headstone.
  • Marina Abramović and Ulay make up.
  • When artists protest other artists.
  • Two works by Alberto Giacometti previously presumed lost are found in London antiques shop.
  • Iraq steps up 10-year, $100bil. efforts to restore lost heritage at ancient Nimrud.
  • The story behind the Chicago Picasso.
  • Trump chicken goes up near the White House.
  • What Adam Conover gets wrong and right in his art market “scam” piece.
  • Was Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita inspired by a little-known story by Salvador Dali?
  • Robbie Antonio has a guide to Manila.
  • Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta will have 180 specially commissioned works.
  • Met Museum’s Open Access a success.
  • Scholarship will drive next edition of Pacific Standard Time, which will focus on Latin American and Latino art.
  • Jesse Wine and Haffendi Anuar awarded Powerhouse sculpture commission at Battersea Power Station.
  • Ghetto Biennale unveils list Of participants.
  • U2 museum coming to Dublin.
  • Artnet interviews Krist Gruijthuijsen.
  • MoMA will auction over 400 photographs from its collection at Christie’s.
  • LACMA announces 2016 and 2017 AHAN: Studio Forum Acquisitions.
  • NADA New York art fair will move to the ground floor of Skylight Clarkson Sq. in West SoHo in 2018.
  • Artnet covers dOGUMENTA.
  • Semana de Arte, a week of cultural programming in São Paulo, will be capped off with boutique fair.
  • ProyectosLA reveals artists and title.
  • Artlogic announces formal expansion in the US.
  • Feral Horses is part art-rental, part stock market for art.
  • Paris Internationale releases 2017 exhibitor list.
  • Artsy explores how an artist’s secondary market is developed.
  • Larry’s List interviews Kazunari Shirai and takes a look at his collection.
  • Frieze writes about Alexander Iolas, the man who discovered Andy Warhol.
  • Pope.L raising funds to bottle, sell Flint water through Kickstarter.
  • NY Times writes about Cindy Sherman’s Instagram account.
  • Artnet writes about Lush’s West Bank Trump murals.
  • Artnet interviews Bunny Rogers.
  • Tino Sehgal discusses This Progress.
  • Artsy profiles Aura Rosenberg.
  • The New Yorker writes about Darren Bader.
  • Catherine Wagley reviews the CUNT exhibition at Venus Over Los Angeles.
  • The Art Newspaper writes about Damien Hirst’s show being  part of a tradition of counterfeiting history.
  • Anne Imhof to show at Galerie Buchholz in September.
  • John Currin paints Jennifer Lawrence for cover of Vogue.
  • Analia Saban’s shows at Sprüth Magers in Berlin and Los Angeles.
  • JR’s work goes on sail on boat that will race from France to Brazil.
  • James Franco and brother Tom Franco team up on art show in Arizona.
  • Jim Carrey’s mini documentary about painting. Jonathan Jones tears apart his work. Event coming in Sept in Las Vegas, where you can walk home with his work.
  • Artnet reviews Brillo Box (3¢ Off) documentary film. Christopher Knight also takes a look.
  • 5 summer road trips to take in the United States.
  • NanoLab, Inc. introduces Singularity Black, the newest super black paint.
  • Charles Billich and his wife get a reality show based in LA.
  • A look at vegan art supplies.
  • What you need to buy and sport to look like a Pratt student.

Source: arrestedmotion

Rating Overtime: Aug 7 – Aug 13 is 5.0 / 5 Votes: 4
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