Overtime: Mar 18 – 24

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

  • Art Basel Hong Kong (29-31 March) is now a firm fixture on Asia’s art calendar.
  • Here’s a rundown of the highlights to see during Art Basel Hong Kong.
  • Persue launches “Wet Paint” exhibition in Tokyo’s Basement Ginza.
  • Ahead of Gallery Weekend Beijing, a run-down of the best exhibitions in China’s capital.
  • Asia’s most innovative and interesting institutions from Hong Kong to Japan.
  • Amid a gloomy economic forecast and political tensions, Art Dubai tries to find stability.
  • Sharjah Biennial 14 is raising the emirate’s cultural cachet.
  • Venice to launch permanent Giudecca art district at Biennale.
  • All of the artists in the 58th Venice Biennale opening in May.
  • These galleries have the most artists in the Venice Biennale.
  • A rash of gallery closures has plagued Berlin, but a new crop of dealers may have a solution.
  • New contemporary art space opens in impoverished area outside Tunis.
  • London’s Art Night 2019 promises to be star-studded.
  • Tate will not accept further donations from Sackler family.
  • London art dealers are hatching emergency plans to ship art abroad amid Brexit plans.
  • Meet the art SWAT team that keeps fakes out of Europe’s fanciest art fair.
  • Here are 2018’s most visited shows and museums.
  • SFMOMA announces public unveiling on May 23rd of major installation by artist JR.
  • Kehinde Wiley launches artist residency program in Senegal.
  • Demanding deeper thinking, in tribute to Okwui Enwezor.
  • The sitting targets of painter Lucian Freud.
  • Why Manet’s masterpiece has confounded historians for over a century.
  • The many styles of Pritzker Prize winner Japanese architect Arata Isozaki.
  • The Bauhaus has shaped our world for 100 years.
  • New prize will award unprecedented $1 million to artists to help realize an ambitious project.
  • The dealer using Instagram as an auction house.
  • A new app lets users explore art galleries in virtual 3D.
  • Emma Kunz, the researcher who refused to become a guru.
  • Christchurch shooting gives new sense of urgency to Simon Denny show.
  • Painter Cy Gavin’s transhistorical reckoning at Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York.
  • Gabriel Rico’s first ever US exhibition investigates the relationship between humans & nature.
  • The daily routines of 10 women artists, from Joan Mitchell to Diane Arbus.
  • The collecting couple who became sleuths of photographic forgery.
  • These photographers captured the fearless youth of the 1970s.
  • New MoMA art supplies help kids find their inner artist.
  • How to turn your vacation into an artistic retreat.
  • More than 2,500 New York City subway cars are now artificial underwater reefs.
  • Why art colleges and universities should not act like for-profit galleries.
  • 7 things artists should know before filing taxes.
  • How artworks get their prices and how experts determine value.
  • Late Tang Dynasty sculpture bought at a garage sale for under $100 just sold for $2.1 million.

Source: arrestedmotion

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