Overtime: Sep 11 – Sep 17

More stories from the week that ended Sep 17 (click on bolded words for more information):

  • Huffington Post has a review of Kara Walker show.
  • RIP: Axel Kasseböhmer (1952–2017).
  • British Museum apologizes after curator’s tweet provokes accusations of racism against Asians.
  • Jonathan Poole gets four years in prison after pleading guilty to 26 counts of fraud and theft.
  • Ann Freedman, former Knoedler director, settles tenth and final lawsuit related to forgeries.
  • Documenta 14 director Adam Szymczyk led it to the brink of bankruptcy, after exhibition ran way over budget. Documenta 14 curators respond to criticism.
  • City of Los Angeles clears away Lovell Moore, aka Crenshaw Cowboy’s, artworks from street corner.
  • Bruce High Quality Foundation University to close after eight years.
  • Texas Contemporary Art Fair and Miami Project fair suspended for 2017.
  • Madeleine Josephine Fierz stripped of photography prize after entering Sasin Tipchai’s work as her own.
  • Huang Rui’s studio in China slated for demolition.
  • Can Britain limit the effects of Brexit on its creative industries?
  • Conference looks at how museums speed up the return of art looted during the Nazi era.
  • UK’s restitution powers to be extended indefinitely for Nazi-era loot.
  • Seven art materials that could kill you.
  • Rachel Whiteread critical of so-called plop art public art that seems randomly conceived and placed.
  • Ad agency has iconic Sydney mural controversially painted over with advertisement for Darren Aronofsky film.
  • Piet Mondriaan painting exhibited at Bozar may have been a fake.
  • Phillips pulls Mark Grotjahn work from auction after artist posts on Instagram that it may be fake.
  • Possible story of the de Kooning painting theft from University of Arizona Museum of Art.
  • PETA and photographer David Slater reach a settlement in the monkey selfie case.
  • Budi Tek presses China to make his Yuz Museum public so the museum can succeed its founder.
  • Art museums and organizations in Florida seem to have escaped Hurricane Irma relatively unscathed. How they are assessing damages and preparing to reopen.
  • Apollo on Why museums need their own ethics departments.
  • Anthony Ausgang remembers Gregory Escalante.
  • Henry Christian-Slane donating part of winnings from BP Portrait Award to Greenpeace.
  • How Rodin’s studio paved the way for artists that came after him.
  • Catherine Wagley writes about Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.
  • The Broad to offer 40k more tickets to Kusama show.
  • The Art Newspaper takes us inside Zeitz MOCAA.
  • What the Met is looking for in its new leader.
  • Julian Schnabel slated to have show at the Legion of Honor at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco in ’18.
  • Spectrosynthesis: Asian LGBTQ Issues and Art Now opens at Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • How MoMA chose which works to send to Paris for its most extensive loan show ever.
  • Artnet interviews Jamillah James about ICA LA.
  • Sarah Cascone interviews Michelle Rich of LACMA.
  • The Art Newspaper previews the 15th Istanbul Biennial.
  • Christine Eyene to curate 2018 Casablanca Biennial.
  • The Art Newspaper previews The Chicago Architecture Biennial.
  • Performa 17 will open with reenactment of Yoko Ono performance works.
  • Rhizome names winners of 2017 microgrants.
  • MSU Broad awarded $1mil. from MSU Federal Credit Union for second building.
  • Artnet covers Sotheby’s Mario Testino sales auction.
  • Details released for the first Art Basel Cities initiative: Buenos Aires.
  • A report of art berlin 2017.
  • NY Times looks at La Biennale Paris.
  • John Corbett discusses the top places to visit in Chicago during EXPO. The Art Newspaper previews the fair. Artnet’s list of The 7 Best Artworks on Offer at EXPO Chicago 2017.
  • ARTA receives $3mil. in investment.
  • Artspace’s tips on how to build a relationship with a gallery.
  • Dealers creating new art enclave in Istanbul.
  • NY Times writes about Richard Bellamy.
  • Johann König to open location in London.
  • ARTnews’s 2017 list of the top 200 collectors. They let us See What the Top 200 Collectors Bought in the Past Year.
  • Christie’s visits Yusaku Maezawa.
  • Ingvild Goetz discusses her Arte Povera show at Hauser & Wirth, NY.
  • Larry’s List interviews Alberto Chehebar.
  • Artspace interviews Jenny Holzer.
  • Richard Serra featured on Gagosian Now.
  • Artnet interviews Simon Fujiwara.
  • New Republic profiles Celeste Dupuy-Spencer.
  • Sterling Ruby sculpture in Calvin Klein fashion show.
  • SABER interviewed in Dope Magazine.
  • Judy Baca’s Great Wall of Los Angeles to get even greater.
  • Jose Dávila’s PST: LA/LA project.
  • Interview with Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset.
  • Artspace chooses 8 Artists to Watch in September.
  • Artnet’s Editors’ Picks: 15 Things to See in New York This Week.
  • Artnet writes about momento mori in art.
  • David Shrigley Really Good scarf available.
  • Crayola’s new blue crayon is named Bluetiful.

Source: arrestedmotion

Rating Overtime: Sep 11 – Sep 17 is 5.0 / 5 Votes: 4
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