Overtime: March 5 – March 11

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  • JR mounts a towering monument to refugees at The Armory Show.
  • A tour of NADA New York 2018. How NADA helps young galleries in hard times.
  • At Independent Art Fair, emerging and established artists share the stage.
  • Searching for trends at The Armory Show with empty pockets and a drink in hand
  • The 20 best booths at The Armory Show.
  • How the 1913 Armory Show dispelled the American belief that good art had to be beautiful.
  • Phillips notches its best sale ever with record-beaking Mark Bradford and £42 Million Picasso.
  • £109 million Sotheby’s Contemporary sale shows market stability—even without sparks.
  • Christie’s £137 million night breaks record for a contemporary art sale in Europe.
  • The rediscovery of Picasso’s Designs for a 100-Foot-Tall Bust in Florida.
  • Team Gallery’s Jose Freire on new zero-sum art market – “I’m not Gagosian – I’m just a loser with a gallery.”
  • How many people does it take to run a mega-gallery? We found out.
  • How Oscar weekend launched a buying spree for L.A.’s art collectors
  • The Shed’s commissions for 2019 include Gerhard Richter, Steve McQueen, Trisha Donnelly, and more.
  • Artist Vera Lutter is using camera obscuras to photograph LACMA’s old buildings before they get torn down.
  • Leading Ladies of Art: 13 women who influenced art history.
  • After 5Pointz, can artists and developers ever work together again? Experts lay out the way forward.
  • Public school students are creating art to protest gun violence – with help from the Bronx Museum.
  • England’s Great Exhibition loses arms industry sponsor after artists protest.
  • How the Dana Schutz controversy – and a year of reckoning – have changed museums forever.
  • Eric Fischl’s Presence of an Absence at Skarstedt, London
  • The wondrously detailed paintings of Alice Lin show the complex relationship between self and surroundings.
  • Long exposure photos capture the light paths of drones above mountainous landscapes.
  • Spike Jonze directs mind-melting new dance video for Apple.
  • Someone yarn-bombed a Guggenheim Museum toilet with gold crochet.
  • Meeting the first black woman to have work in MoMA’s permanent collection.
  • Five lessons creatives can learn from Andy Goldsworthy.
  • Arts sector contributed $763.6 billion to U.S. economy – more than agriculture or transportation,

Source: arrestedmotion

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