Overtime: May 1 – May 7

More stories from the week that ended May 7 (click on bolded words for more information):

  • Matthew Marks Gallery exhibiting the last paintings Ellsworth Kelly made before he died.
  • RIP: A. R. Penck, who passed away at the age of 77.
  • RIP: Jordan Vaughn, aka Tead, who passed away at the age of 34.
  • RIP: Stephen McKenna, who passed away in his home in Co Carlow.
  • Matt Furie kills off Pepe the Frog.
  • Man with a knife slashes Christopher Wool painting at Opera Gallery in Aspen.
  • Visions Gallery cancels Amanda PL’s exhibition at the gallery after allegations of cultural appropriation.
  • French cultural groups organize anti-Le Pen rally, fearing her policies would affect artistic freedom.
  • Unidentified Parisian art dealer forgets €1.5mil. Lucio Fontana work in taxi, but is able to recover it.
  • Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich arrested for naked-in-box performance during Met gala.
  • Tracey Emin and Lehmann Maupin part ways after twenty years together.
  • Marilyn Minter’s flag removed from view at Lever House due to violation of federal regulations.
  • Family Happy Dream Park in China features imitation Rain Room and Kusama dots room.
  • Gelila Mesfin seeking $12k plus additional damages from Chris Devins for using her image without permission.
  • Red Bull artists respond to hearing about CEO Dietrich Mateschitz’s far-right political views.
  • Financial Times looks at the transparency of the art market.
  • What Trump’s plan to abolish estate tax means for collectors.
  • Turner prize shortlist revealed. Older group this year as age restrictions removed.
  • NEA, the NEH, and the Smithsonian all receive modest funding boosts under new budget agreement.
  • Cheech Marin to open Cheech Marin Center for Art museum in Riverside for his Chicano art collection.
  • Artnet on Rei Kawakubo’s retrospective at the Met. Paper covers the show as well.
  • LA Weekly profiles Jamillah James, curator of ICA LA.
  • NY Times profiles Lisa Phillips, director of the New Museum.
  • LA Times covers the MOCA gala honoring Jeff Koons.
  • Kimbell Art Museum receives Modigliani sculpture donated by Gwendolyn Weiner, in honor of her parents.
  • Artinfo interviews Ashley Bickerton about his Ornamental Hysteria show at Newport St Gallery.
  • Andrew Goldstein interviews Christine Macel about the Venice Biennale.
  • Artnet previews 10 national pavilions at the 2017 Venice Biennale.
  • Artnet shares 6 Side-Trip-Worthy Shows to See While in Italy for the Venice Biennale.
  • In-depth Art News article on how Christie’s has reloaded after the departure of Brett Gorvy and other events.
  • Art Basel might commit to Miami Beach Convention Center for 10 years if it gets a $2.8mil. elevator.
  • The Art Newspaper lists the best shows in the city during Frieze New York. Frieze shares its choices as well. Andrew Goldstein picks The 10 Most Spectacular Artworks at Frieze New York 2017. Artsy’s choices for the best of the fair. Domestic elements and works popular at the fair this year. Protest art at Frieze. Artists taking on Trump in their work at Frieze. Artinfo reviews special projects at the fair. The hidden gems of Frieze. Four galleries exhibiting at the fair that are from unexpected cities. Judd Tully has a sales report fro Frieze.
  • Anaïs de Contades wears a painting, and only a painting, to the fair as part of a performance at Frieze. P.P.O.W. gallery presents artwork by Anton van Dalen stocked with eight live pigeons at Frieze. Anri Sala’s sound-based installation at the far. Dora Budor’s Frieze project involves live Leonardo Dicaprio impersonators.
  • Artinfo previews TEFAF NY Spring 2017. Artnet’s highlights from the fair. Artnet’s review of the fair. A sales report from TEFAF.
  • A list of the satellite fairs during Frieze.
  • Artnet reviews Berlin Gallery Weekend this year.
  • Javier Peres discusses the connection between contemporary art and tribal art.
  • Kenny Schachter visits Independent Brussels and hits the open road.
  • Independent Collectors interviews Clayton Press and Gregory Linn.
  • Flash Art interviews Angela Missoni about her collection.
  • Carlos/Ishikawa now represents Issy Wood.
  • Jamian Juliano-Villani now represented by Massimo De Carlo.
  • LA Times reviews Klara Liden’s The Great Indoors show at Reena Spaulings Fine Art.
  • Profile of Mark Bradford’s work.
  • Artinfo writes about Mira Dancy, on occasion of her Chapter NY show.
  • The Guardian reviews Jordan Wolfson’s show at Sadie Coles.
  • 5 things to know about Maria Lassnig.
  • Damien Hirst to present a new 85-minute documentary film based on his current exhibition.
  • 5 Things to Know About Renate Bertlmann.
  • Richard Mosse has won the Prix Pictet award.
  • LA Times reviews Lia Halloran’s show at Luis De Jesus Los Angeles.
  • Phaidon profiles Thomas Houseago.
  • Keren Cytter, Israel Lund, John Roebas and others taking road trip across United States.
  • Andrew Bird and Theaster Gates team up to turn poem into songs.
  • Tisch Abelow on Jordan Wolfson’s Real Violence.
  • The Art Newspaper interviews Kaari Upson.
  • Purple visits Rosson Crow’s show at Honor Fraser.
  • Sharon Mizota reviews The 14th Factory.
  • Catherine Wagley chooses five shows to see in Los Angeles.
  • Three shows to see in London.
  • Brad Pitt talks more about being a a visual artist now.
  • Royal Academy releases new limited edition print by Ed Ruscha.
  • The Skateroom releases anti-Trump decks by Ai Weiwei and Shepard Fairey.
  • John Armleder and Christian Marclay limited edition prints offered by The Kitchen.
  • The Thing Quarterly selling Tauba Auerbach bandanas.

Source: arrestedmotion

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