Overtime: Jan 28 – Feb 3

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

  • Doug Aitken’s mirrored mirage house installed in Swiss alps.
  • The exhibitions to look forward to in 2019.
  • What the art world is looking forward to in 2019 across Asia, the Middle East and Australasia.
  • As Swiss art fair Artgenève opens its doors, your guide to the best shows in town.
  • First Bangkok Art Biennale shows off city with art from near and far.
  • The most Instagrammed artworks from Art Basel in Miami Beach 2018.
  • Felipe Pantone becomes first contemporary artist to create Instagram face filters.
  • Ramiken Gallery wins Armory Show’s inaugural Gramercy International Prize.
  • Picasso’s drawings of bulls inspired Apple’s famously simple designs.
  • Kehinde Wiley’s painted elegies for Wiley Ferguson.
  • How Tomokazu Matsuyama appropriates images to create fine art.
  • Swizz Beatz teams up with UTA Artist Space to showcase black artists in Los Angeles.
  • Cecily Brown donates behemoth painting to Louisiana Museum in Denmark.
  • Guggenheim deaccessions work by Zao Wou-Ki as the market for the artist swells.
  • Phillips grew an impressive 29% in 2018 by focusing on winning categories.
  • Elisabeth-Louise Vigée Le Brun painting sells at Sotheby’s Old Masters sale for $7.18 million, breaking record.
  • Peter Paul Rubens drawing sells for record-setting $8.2 million at Sotheby’s.
  • The British Museum has acquired its first work by Banksy.
  • Grappling with the legacy of the woman who shot Andy Warhol.
  • How nuns have shaped the course of art history.
  • Inside New York’s last remaining artists’ housing.
  • New York’s scrapped L-train shutdown is an emotional rollercoaster for Brooklyn-based galleries.
  • 9 famous sites from art history are in danger of destruction.
  • A tribute to Manny Faber’s “Termite Art” at MOCA Los Angeles creates a trans-historical dialogue.
  • Hirshhorn extends Charline von Heyl show shuttered by shutdown.
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago offers discount tickets to gender pay gap victims.
  • Art shippers play catch-up following U.S. Government shutdown.
  • PODCAST: Expectations and epiphanies with NPG Director Nicholas Cullinan.
  • PODCAST: Ruskin and Gombrich: revisiting two art historical heavyweights
  • “Velvet Buzzsaw,” Netflix’s new art-world horror flick, is a bloody mess.
  • A new Studio Swine exhibition in Brooklyn shines a light on, light.
  • Olafur Eliasson to bring fog tunnel and rainbow mist to Tate Modern.
  • Charlotte Keates’ paintings invite us into an all-American “dreamscape”.
  • Meet the Berlin-based artist Claudia Wieser melding Bauhaus and ancient Rome.
  • Sasha Gordon’s intimate paintings explore her biracial identity.
  • The magical life of 98-year-old painter Luchita Hurtado.
  • Luchita Hurtado’s first solo exhibition, “Dark Years”, focuses on the artist’s early works from the 1940s – 1950s.
  • Artist Susan Hiller, explorer of consciousness and the occult, dies aged 78.
  • How paraconceptualist artist Susan Hiller (1940-2019) probed the fringes of the familiar.
  • Carolee Schneemann, Jeff Preiss and Geeta Dayal pay tribute to Jonas Mekas (1922–2019).
  • These photographs capture the defiant sexuality of Punk.
  • Photographer Heji Shin on shooting Kanye West, x-rays, and power.
  • Mezzanine DNA matt black spray paint by Massive Attack wins Wallpaper Design Award.
  • Artist makes blackest black paint in the world to protest Anish Kapoor.
  • The artist-turned-color expert who made the perfect white paint.
  • An artist and a curator’s death-defying dives 200 feet below the Pacific.
  • Video art tales from China’s subtropical urban sprawl.
  • 10 creative online courses you can take for free online.
  • A new app is using art to help you feel better.

Source: arrestedmotion

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