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Overtime: April 6 – April 12

More stories from the week that ended April 12 (click on bolded words for more information): Nate Lowman – America Sneezes opens at Dallas Contemporary. RIP: Dr. Frederic Brandt, who may have died of a suicide at age 65. A look at his art collection. Badria Mohamed al Balloushi and husband Hamad Obaid Rashash found guilty of murdering Ahmed Hussain Salarey. The fate of Erich Slomovic’s collection, after he tried to flee and escape the Nazis. Police in Gaza seize Banksy door that is in […]
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Overtime: March 30 – April 5

More stories from the week that ended April 5 (click on bolded words for more information): An interview with Max Frintrop, who discusses his background, work, and future projects. RIP: Andrew Getty, grandson of J. Paul Getty, who died at the age of 47. He had a series of health issues leading up to his death. RIP: Paule Anglim, who died of old age in her 90s. SF Gate talks about her life. RIP: Albert Irvin, who died at the age of 92. RIP: Michael […]
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Overtime: March 23 – March 29

More stories from the week that ended March 29 (click on bolded words for more information): Christie’s gets $140mil. Picasso for its May sale. Could break the record for most expensive artwork at auction. RIP: William King, who passed away at the age of 90. RIP: Hans Erni, who passed away at the age of 106. Ironworker performing construction on Larry Gagosian’s mansion dies after fall from ladder. Los Angeles Unified School District data shows that LA students getting virtual no arts education. Fire destroys […]
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Overtime: March 16 – March 22

More stories from the week that ended March 22 (click on bolded words for more information): NY home formerly owned by Halston and designed by Paul Rudolph goes on the market for $40mil. Nineteen people killed by terrorists during attack at National Bardo Museum in Tunisia. Extra police assigned to NY’s most popular museums in a direct response to the attack. Helge Achenbach sentenced to six years in prison after being found guilty of fraud. Robert Durst’s family’s connection to the art world. American officials […]
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Overtime: March 9 – March 15

More stories from the week that ended March 15 (click on bolded words for more information): See images from Gagosian Gallery’s John Chamberlain and Jean Prouvé show in Chelsea. RIP: Frei Otto, who died at the age of 89, one day before being named winner of Pritzker prize. RIP: Michael Graves, who died at the age of 80 of natural causes. Islamic State destroys the remains of the ancient site of Hatra, Iraq, a World Heritage Site since 1987. It is also reported that the […]
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Overtime: March 2 – March 8

More stories from the week that ended March 8 (click on bolded words for more information): Four terminally ill patients see Rembrandt exhibition courtesy of Ambulance Wish Foundation charity. Bail for Yves Bouvier set at €10mil. 15 historic artifacts stolen from Château de Fontainebleau in smash and grab burglary. An Oscar Murillo canvas may have been stolen from MoMA show. World’s priciest cheese slicer designed by Rodrigo Otazu and Boska Holland stolen from Amsterdam Cheese Museum. Islamic State extremists attack 3,000-year-old ancient city of Nimrud with […]
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Overtime: Feb 23 – March 1

More stories from the week that ended March 1 (click on bolded words for more information): First Jeff Koons public art sculpture acquired by a city to go up in front of new arena in downtown Sacramento. RIP: Leonard Nimoy, who died at the age of 83. The famous actor was also a photographer, collector, and arts supporter. RIP: Edward Albers, who died at the age of 59 after a fire in his apartment building. Previously missing Picasso painting resurfaces after it is shipped to […]
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Overtime: Feb 16 – Feb 22

More stories from the week that ended Feb 21 (click on bolded words for more information): Landon Metz show opens at James Fuentes. Metz discusses the show with Interview Magazine. RIP: Sheila Caro, artist and wife of Anthony Caro. Michael Asher’s only permanent outdoor work destroyed by man welding a sledgehammer. UN Security Council bans all trade in artifacts from Syria, accusing IS militants of looting to raise funds. Dispute over Cornelius Gurlitt’s will delaying efforts to research works and process restitution cases. Prosecutor in […]
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Overtime: Feb 9 – Feb 15

More stories from the week that ended Feb 15 (click on bolded words for more information): Jamian Juliano-Villani’s solo exhibition at Museum Of Contemporary Art Detroit now on view. RIP: Rex Ray, who died at the age of 59 after a long illness. RIP: Tomie Ohtake who died at the age of 101 due to cardiac arrest brought on by pneumonia. Alfred Momaday prints, thought to be stolen, found in New Mexico meth lab. Rudolf Staechelin Family Trust remove 18 loaned masterpieces from Kunstmuseum Basel. […]
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Showing: Kour Pour – “Samsara” @ Depart Foundation

Currently up now until March 7 is Kour Pour’s first solo exhibition, curated by Nicola Ricciardi, in Los Angeles at Depart Foundation. The show includes the artist’s coveted carpet paintings, as well as a wall installation consisting of golden powdered incense. Unlike previous versions of his carpet paintings, which used imagery appropriated from museum and auction catalogs, the artist has created original compositions and juxtaposed them in anachronistic and cross-cultural narratives. These pieces contain images of hunters and gatherers, religious icons and mystical creatures, merchants, lovers […]
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