Overtime: Nov 26 – Dec 2

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

  • 2018 Miami art fair week cheat sheet.
  • How to buy at Art Basel in Miami Beach on a budget.
  • Is Jim Carrey an outsider artist? With his debut at the Outsider Art Fair he may redefine the term.
  • We asked 5 young art collectors how they landed their most elusive trophies.
  • Here’s Cultured’s list of 30 artists under 35 to watch in 2019.
  • 27 artists on the worst (and best) advice anyone ever gave them on being an artist.
  • The risks of using auction prices as artworks’ fair market value.
  • From the priciest painting to the richest wine bottle, see the most expensive objects ever sold at auction.
  • Is the contemporary art market due for a contraction? A look beyond the mega-sales looks grim.
  • Laura Owens LA Times feature, “Between the Shadows”.
  • Ursula: Issue 1 quarterly art magazine from Hauser & Wirth now available.
  • In the new film Never Look Away Glibly examines the intersection of art and autobiography.
  • Thieves steal a Renoir landscape right off the walls of the Dorotheum Auction House.
  • A Belgian court has seized 58 Banksy artworks worth over $15 million from an ‘Illegal’ exhibition.
  • How much should taxpayers pay for a private museum? A French watchdog group files a claim to find out.
  • Robert Morris, sculptor and pioneering minimalist, dies aged 87.
  • 7 pivotal works by legendary architect I.M. Pei.
  • Helen Frankenthaler Foundation launches two art education initiatives.
  • Baltimore Museum of Art launches diversity-minded commission series and curatorial fellowship.
  • Vivian Maier’s rare color works show the mysterious photographer in a new light.
  • In Richard Learoyd’s moody photography, the camera obscura returns.
  • On a Roll: “Ode to a Scorching City” by Gabriella Achadinha.
  • Fighting ‘institutional intolerance,’ Canada is introducing a biennial for indigenous artists in 2020.
  • These 5,000-year-old sculptures look shockingly similar to modern art.
  • In 1914, a feminist attacked a Velázquez nude with a meat cleaver.
  • Tequila libations for Gordon Matta-Clark’s garbage wall at David Zwirner.
  • Could artificial intelligence help recreate lost masterpieces? MIT researchers may have the answer.
  • As Hong Kong sleepwalks towards authoritarianism, artists fight for its political awakening.
  • An exclusive look inside the SHOP Taka Ishii Gallery in Hong Kong.
  • PODCAST: Collecting and patronage with FLAG founder Glenn Fuhrman.
  • Rebecca Smith on her father David Smith’s ‘Zig I’ sculpture.
  • Inspiring sculptor Amanda Crowe made a lasting impact on Cherokee art.
  • South London painter Kelly Anna brings the club alive for her work for Bombay Sapphire.
  • Pace Gallery’s eight-floor Chelsea building set to open September 2019.
  • James Cohan Gallery’s flagship Chelsea space will move to Tribeca in September 2019.
  • A jury sides with top art collector Andy Hall in a dramatic lawsuit over fake Leon Golub paintings.
  • Artist Ruth Miller elevates embroidery in stunning tapestries.
  • Rabiya Choudhry’s paintings reveal what’s on the inside.
  • Victor Man’s new exhibition at Gladstone Gallery revisits the art historical canon.
  • Symbolism’s morbid, erotic paintings profoundly influenced modern art.
  • These artists jump-started their careers by selling directly to collectors on Instagram.
  • At his home in Italy, Matthew Spender shares personal recollections from his family’s archives.
  • How 10,000 creative people find their best ideas.
  • Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863) finally earns his stripes at the Met.
  • Looking at art could help med students become better doctors.
  • 15 gifts for people who love art.

Source: arrestedmotion

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