Overtime: Sept 10 – 16

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  • Three shows coming up from Ai Weiwei in Los Angeles starting at the end of the month.
  • Interview with Conor Harrington about his new show “The Story of Us & Them” at Heni Gallery.
  • Street artist Revok and H&M settle dispute over an ad that featured his work without permission.
  • Inside his London studio, Mark Wallinger contemplates our desire for self-reflection and recognition.
  • The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation has opened with an exhibition of 50 years of Resnick’s work.
  • Mark Rothko on How to Be an Artist.
  • Watch artist Gabriel Orozco explain why the street is his studio.
  • Jessica Silverman’s secret to 10 years of success as a gallerist? Hustle harder.
  • Nino Mier Gallery to open a third Los Angeles space.
  • Hollis Taggart opens third space in Chelsea gallery district.
  • Jan Fabre accused of inappropriate behavior in open letter.
  • Sixteen critics who changed the way we look at art.
  • SHDW Gallery out of Melbourne, Australia drops “The Supreme Leader” print by Lushsux.
  • Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair returns September 21–23.
  • James Evans is a creator of photorealistic paintings inspired by the human experience.
  • Leonard A. Lauder gives Juan Gris painting to Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  • Renoir painting stolen by Nazis returned to rightful owner.
  • Court rejects claim to Matisse owned by National Gallery.
  • In Buenos Aires, Art Basel tests its ability to mint new cultural capitals.
  • Frieze unveils a power-packed exhibitor list and a star-studded host committee for its first Los Angeles edition.
  • Who says culture doesn’t pay? $9.9 billion was spent on new arts projects around the globe in 2017.
  • Will the European art market find a new centre by looking to Paris after Brexit?
  • Four curators at the Guggenheim discuss commissions, collecting, and the future of museums.
  • Can you guess which of these paintings was not made by a human?
  • Is contemporary art the kale of the art world?
  • The 5 power moves transforming the art market this Fall.
  • Charline von Heyl at Petzel Gallery is the show to beat this season in New York.
  • We asked a comedian, a rock star, and 13 other influential people to tell us their must-see fall art shows.
  • Will this painting make David Hockney the most expensive living artist when Christie’s sells it this fall?
  • Works by iconic artists lead Sotheby’s Modern and Contemporary Art 2018 Autumn Evening Sales.
  • Art adviser Joel Straus to sell Kerry James Marshall’s ‘Study for Past Times’ at Sotheby’s..
  • How Trump’s immigration crackdown is targeting artists.
  • Urs Fischer transforms collector Dasha Zhukova into a giant wax candle—then burns her to the ground.
  • The forgotten legacy of Richard Bernstein, Andy Warhol’s favorite artist.
  • Warhol wanted to paint houses and other revelations from the latest volume of the artist’s catalogue raisonné.
  • The German artists who put white flags on the Brooklyn Bridge are still facing criminal charges.
  • Hank Willis Thomas pulls work from a South African art fair after a photographer levels plagiarism charges.
  • Performance artists get kicked out of the Prado for making naked gender-fluidity statements in front of works.
  • Emotional intelligence at the London Design Biennale.
  • What’s in store at La Biennale Paris this year.
  • Podcast: Art Pilgrimages with Dia Art Foundation’s Jessica Morgan.
  • Five ways creatives are fixing cannabis’s image problem.
  • How Liza Lou’s obsession with beads transformed a village in South Africa.
  • Experts believe they have discovered the world’s oldest drawings in a South African cave.
  • ‘I had no idea:’ A Bristol shopkeeper regrets accidentally painting over one of Banksy’s earliest murals.
  • Embattled private equity firm Abraaj Group fails to renew Art Dubai sponsorship.
  • How the V&A Dundee is rewriting the history of Scotland.
  • National Portrait Gallery announces partial closure in London Fashion Week.
  • The Fondation Cartier plans to open a new, enormous contemporary art space in Paris.
  • A look at the newest blue pigment and how a color becomes a commodity.
  • ‘It is a strange little science-fiction period in the history of photography’–Wim Wenders on his Polaroids.
  • Eleven tips for getting the most out of an art class.
  • Drawing is the best way to learn, even if you’re no Leonardo da Vinci.

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