Overtime: Nov 12 – 18

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

  • David Hockney is now the world’s most expensive living artist.
  • Exclusive PODCAST interview with David Hockney, the world’s most expensive living artist.
  • Multiple records set for black artistst at $362.5 million night at Sotheby’s.
  • Edward Hopper’s “Chop Suey” sells for $91.9 million at Christie’s sale of Ebsworth Estate.
  • Phillips $88.5 million contemporary sale comes up short, with passes on Burri and Pollock.
  • Broadening the sales strategy for Latin American art has been a positive move for some artists’ markets.
  • Stan Lee, Marvel Comics’ real-life superhero, dies at 95.
  • California wildfires threaten architectural landmarks and historic sites.
  • Van Gogh sculpture unveiled outside the London lodgings where he fell in love.
  • In Julian Schnabel’s ‘At Eternity’s Gate’, William Dafoe is Van Gogh, and you should go.
  • Does construction always mean destruction? Exploring UCCA’s new, ecologically responsible outpost project.
  • Art dealer’s family hire detectives to find nazi-looted Degas.
  • When Jackie Kennedy brought the Mona Lisa to America, Paris rioted.
  • MoMA PS1 workers union to hold action in response to museum’s wage policies.
  • Glenn Lowry to remain director of MoMA through 2025.
  • A guide to the Met for the crowd-averse by Jerry Saltz.
  • Lisa Yuskavage doesn’t want to be a “good feminist.” Her paintings are better for it.
  • Berthe Morisot brought a radically feminine perspective to Impressionism.
  • Ai Weiwei says he’s over the whole museum thing and is moving to Connecticut.
  • Ai Weiwei Drops “Life Cycle” t-shirt capsule for solo exhibition.
  • Ai Weiwei speaks honestly on China’s past, present, and future.
  • This series of short video clips features Philippe Vandenberg commenting on his work.
  • PODCAST: Art and conspiracy with Ian Alteveer & Doug Eklund.
  • James Rosenquist’s day job painting billboards led to his greatest work.
  • An artist plans to whitewash the Banksy he bought for £561,000.
  • The Brooklyn Museum has a Frida Kahlo exhibit on the way.
  • The first major UK Keith Haring exhibition is coming to Liverpool.
  • Mass Moca adds another decade to its long-running Sol LeWitt show.
  • Eva Lewitt, the daughter of Sol Lewitt, seems to be having a moment in her own art career.
  • Art Düsseldorf exhibitors react to MCH Group’s decision to sell stake in fair.
  • How Alphonse Mucha’s iconic posters came to define Art Nouveau.
  • The artificial divide between fine art and textiles is a gendered issue.
  • What role does technology play in helping or hindering our wellbeing?
  • Amazon is primed to move into Queens—How worried should the art scene be?
  • The secret to being a successful artist revealed!
  • Why you should keep a daily sketchbook, and how to get started.
  • How to be an artist, according to Jenny Saville.
  • 10 types of paintbrushes every artist should know.
  • Francis Bacon on how to be an artist.
  • 7 female photographers you should know from Paris Photo.
  • The unsettling rituals of fraternity life, in photos.
  • Vivian Maier’s unseen color photography is being exhibited.
  • The Japanese artist Yasumasa Morimura puts himself in the world’s most famous art works.
  • Yayoi Kusama’s artworks have hit the Vegas strip.
  • 21 of the most beautiful designs in the world, according to Sagmeister and Walsh.

Source: arrestedmotion

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