Overtime: Dec 10 – 16

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  • The best public art of 2018 – Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s The Mastaba (seen above).
  • Here are 32 inspiring museum exhibitions to see across the US over the holidays.
  • Here are 11 remarkable, witty, and utterly unique holiday gifts you can buy from museum shops across the US.
  • Hoarding and spending at Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • 5 Art Basel-featured women artists you need to collect in 2019.
  • The 2018 auction market—price is right for pale males.
  • David Hockney’s double portrait of a legendary Met curator and his partner could fetch almost $40 million.
  • Judge orders collectors Harry and Linda Macklowe to sell their $700 million art trove and split the proceeds.
  • How Barbara and Aaron Levine Became two of America’s most committed collectors of conceptual art.
  • Why you can’t always buy a work of art just because you have the cash.
  • US anti-money-laundering bill could reappear early next year.
  • 5 essential tips for collecting street art.
  • World Trade Center Performing Arts Center receives $89 million grant.
  • MFA Boston receives largest-ever gift of Chinese paintings and calligraphy.
  • Anonymous donor gives Virginia Museum of Fine Arts an Asher Durand painting worth $40 million.
  • Tasmanian museum expands with £230 million luxury hotel that includes a Marina Abramović-designed spa.
  • PODCAST: We look back at ten significant gifts and purchases that entered public collections in 2018.
  • PODCAST: Should looted colonial art be returned?
  • PODCAST: Art and power with New Museum director Lisa Phillips.
  • Hammer Museum in Los Angeles appoints new board members.
  • As art institutions explore new frontiers in South L.A., communities brace for change.
  • First woman director appointed to US national gallery of art.
  • Released from jail, artist Tania Bruguera vows to stay in Cuba to continue her fight against new censorship law.
  • Tracey Emin to bring emotional major new show to the White Cube in early 2019.
  • Inside the effort to write women into art history.
  • The women taking charge in the Gulf’s rising art scene.
  • Women in the arts—Lisa Panting and Malin Ståhl are pushing to make the most of it.
  • Artist Betty Tompkins explains why the vile words used to describe women are worth painting.
  • New York Gallery, Yours Mine & Ours to close, leaving Lower East Side with one more void.
  • Joy Labinjo’s show at Tiwani Contemporary draws on the intimate atmosphere of rediscovered photographs.
  • Victor Vasarely retrospective at Städel Museum, Frankfurt, sheds new light on the op artist’s styles.
  • Is China censoring art about biotechnology? Last-minute cuts at the Guangzhou Triennial suggest it is.
  • How artists can use copyright law to safeguard their work.
  • Mark Grotjahn checks all the boxes.
  • Olafur Eliasson’s ‘Ice Watch’ confronts Londoners with the realities of climate change.
  • What goes on in the darkness at Sweden’s northernmost biennial.
  • Inside the “Phallus Palace,” Charles Leslie’s trove of queer art.
  • Jerry Saltz put Michelangelo’s David in an NYC Subway—here’s what happened.
  • Cubism shattered convention to alter the course of art history.
  • How artists can master dealing with rejection.
  • What it takes to live as an artist in New York.
  • How Stanley Whitney became an icon of contemporary abstraction in his seventies.
  • Revealed online for the first time is a photograph showing Van Gogh painting slashed in 1978.
  • Cataloguing Egon Schiele using an online database is a digital work in progress.
  • Nendo turns MC Escher’s optical illusions into reality in immersive exhibition.
  • An exhibition at Standard (Oslo) explores cartooning and its historical appropriation in the name of pop art.
  • The way we talk about art shouldn’t be impossible to understand.
  • Strolling through Ilse D’Hollander’s becalmed landscapes.
  • How one artist’s running routine helps her think more creatively.
  • A simple guide to working with models for artists.

Source: arrestedmotion

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