Overtime: June 3 – June 9

    • Banksy’s anti-Brexit message at the Royal Academy’s annual Summer Exhibition (photo: David Parry).
    • Cindy Sherman talks ahead of a major show in London at the National Portrait Gallery.
    • A closer look at Kehinde Wiley’s Black Rock, a luxurious residency program in Senegal.
    • A review of the new Francis Bacon show at the Gagosian in London.
    • Spencer Tunick creates nude installation in front of Facebook and Instagram’s New York HQ. Did he appropriate the work of feminist artist Micol Hebron? Facebook will re-examine nudity policies.
    • Urs Fischer’s new exhibition at Deitch Projects features self-driving office chairs.
    • A robot artist has racked up over $1.2m in sales.
    • Land artist Andy Goldsworthy’s “walking wall” at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City.
    • Toshihiko Hosaka’s colossal earthwork sculpture at sandy beach in Japan with environmental message.
    • Both Bonhams and Sotheby’s have plans for auctions based on the Supreme brand.
    • Textural installations by Shoplifter immerses visitors in furry neon caves.
    • Richard Prince launches his own strain of marijuana.
    • Parra and Case Studyo to debut Tomato Chair at VOLTA 2019 in Basel.
    • Art duo Luftwerk recently opened a site-specific exhibition inside of the McCormick House.
    • How do artists get into the Whitney Biennial?
    • Rubell Museum in Miami to open in new 100,000-Square-Foot space in December.
    • First poster museum in the US will open its doors in NYC.
    • A recent study shows that artists in 18 major museums in the United States are 85% white and 87% male. And, if women outnumber men at art school – why do more men make it into galleries?
    • Met expert believes $450m Salvator Mundi mostly painted by Leonardo da Vinci’s assistants.
    • Monet hid water lilies beneath a lesser-known painting.
    • Shows coming up on the 500th year anniversary of Raphael’s death next year.
    • Nuclear fallout can help identify art forgeries.
    • The British Museum is hosting the largest exhibition dedicated to manga ever held outside Japan.
    • Vancouver’s art market sees an influx of Chinese cash.
    • The secret showrooms of Art Basel for the super rich.
    • How Annie Lennox amassed objects in her Mass MoCA Exhibition.
    • An interview with David Shrigley ahead of his latest show in upstate New York.
    • Gavin Brown’s Enterprise closes Lower Manhattan space.
    • Pace to open museum sized flagship gallery in New York with new panoramic David Hockney drawing.
    • Simone Leigh’s sculpture anchors the final section of New York’s High Line.
    • How internships are changing the art world.
    • What art did the Queen show Donald Trump?
    • A look at Adrian Cheng’s new museum being built in Hong Kong.
    • Ai Weiwei remembers Tiananmen Square. How the events changed Chinese contemporary artists.
    • Alice Walton bought record-breaking $88.8m Rauschenberg at Christie’s.
    • The Cleveland Museum studied how to best engage visitors in the age of Netflix.
    • Olafur Eliasson teaming up with IKEA on a line of solar powered products.
    • Jean-Michel Basquiat on how to be an artist.
    • Madonna loses lawsuit against her former art advisor.
    • Joel Silver dropped lawsuit against Gagosian after secret billionaire backer uncovered.
    • Arist sues Frida Kahlo Corporation for right to sell dolls depicting famed surrealist.

Source: arrestedmotion

Rating Overtime: June 3 – June 9 is 5.0 / 5 Votes: 5
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