Overtime: July 23 – 29

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

  • Art Dealer says he found 6 de Kooning paintings in a New Jersey storage unit.
  • Gallery owner’s $15K gamble on storage locker pays off big time.
  • The secrets hidden on the backs of famous artworks.
  • New York’s Miles McEnery Gallery to open second space in Chelsea.
  • Jeffrey Deitch will launch his Los Angeles gallery with an ambitious Ai Weiwei exhibition.
  • Amid MoMA’s $450 million expansion, employee tensions are running high.
  • Art gets damaged all the time. Here’s how it gets back to the market.
  • Charles Saumarez Smith to leave Royal Academy of Arts to become senior director of Blain Southern.
  • 8 English art terms you should know.
  • 6 artist-approved platforms for building your website.
  • 5 reasons why you should try painting with acrylics instead of oils.
  • The $835 million Rockefeller auctions fueled a record half year for Christie’s.
  • Christie’s reports record half-year sales of £2.97 billion.
  • Lawsuit alleges Robert Indiana was swindled by his associates.
  • Publishing company American Image Art strikes back in Robert Indiana case.
  • Painter Mary Corse is having a late-career market moment.
  • Hauser & Wirth teams up with MoMA PS1’s bookshop to celebrate the joys of art publishing.
  • Students claim for-profit Art Institutes defrauded them with predatory lending practices.
  • Iranian gallerists released on bail after two years in Tehran prison.
  • She married into a European dynasty. Angela Gulbenkian now accused of art world fraud.
  • The notorious Stefan Simchowitz on art dealing, social media, and faith in art.
  • 8 Detroit galleries fueling the city’s creative community.
  • Tuesday Smillie wins Rose Art Museum’s artist-in-residence award.
  • Denver Art Museum to be lone US host for exhaustive Monet exhibit.
  • Tate blockbuster to prove Pierre Bonnard was a great Modern painter.
  • The new BBC television series and what we mean when we say “Civilization”.
  • A chance to revisit Barbara Loden’s only feature film, considered a feminist masterpiece.
  • Following $1.5 million, gift Cleveland Museum of Art to launch center for Chinese paintings conservation.
  • Artist Lee Bul’s violent and beautiful reflections of South Korea.
  • Yale photography MFAs smash the thin border between fiction and reality.
  • The Queens Museum releases the list of artists that will appear in its upcoming biennial.
  • Trump’s State Department has yet to pick a US representative for the Venice Biennale.
  • After London Design Museum hosts Arms Industry Event, artists demand their work be removed.
  • How the co-founder of FEMEN used art as a powerful feminist statement.
  • This 1989 artwork asked viewers to step on the flag. It ignited a firestorm that’s still raging
  • Warhol Foundation calls on University of Kansas to reverse removal of Josephine Meckseper flag.
  • Fondation Louis Vuitton will spotlight 120 Jean-Michel Basquiat works.
  • Juergen Teller photoshoot of Rihanna accused of mimicking Mickalene Thomas.
  • Preview Art21’s report on the Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland.
  • What the U.S. & China trade war means for the art market.
  • Jason Williams, aka REVOK to launch limited edition zine at Beyond The Streets LA.
  • In new study, scientists explain clouds in Edvard Munch’s ‘Scream’ as unusual meteorological condition.
  • KAWS creates massive light installation for Seoul’s LOTTE World Tower.
  • 7 artists smashing our expectations of what marble can be.
  • Inside his Taos studio, Larry Bell reflects on his lifelong dedication to the glass cube.
  • The Tate is displaying rarely seen work by Jenny Holzer, and it’s free to the public.
  • Masterful Xu Bing retrospective inaugurates UCCA’s newly expanded Great Hall.
  • James Turrell’s iconic light installations featured in new book published by Hatje Cantz.
  • The science and pleasures of how we see.
  • An ever-shifting Austin art space makes its biggest move yet.
  • Artist-duo CYRCLE transforms an underground parking garage into large-scale installation.
  • Colorful installations of spray paint and mesh form connections between the analog and digital worlds.
  • Artists stage a contemporary art “Black Market” in Tokyo.
  • Artists are addressing the tide of gentrification in LA’s Little Tokyo.
  • Republican candidate denounces $10 million public funding for Cheech Marin’s museum.
  • Texas Museum deliberates how to display a mural about hate crimes against Latinos.
  • Hans Ulrich Obrist to lead 5-hour-long ‘Interview Marathon’ in Chicago.
  • Here’s the exhibitor list for the Outsider Art Fair’s 2018 Paris edition.

Source: arrestedmotion

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