More stories from the week that ended Aug 2 (click on bolded words for more information): Sun Yuan and Peng Yu unveil fallen angel sculptural installation, called Angel. RIP: Shigeko Kubota, who died at the age of 77 due to cancer. RIP: Yasuo Minagawa, who died at the age of 69 due to esophageal cancer. Eight year old girl killed in Santa Cruz artist colony by a teen living at the art center. Stepson of Nick Korniloff, founder of the Art Miami fair, missing at sea after boat found […]
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More stories from the week that ended July 26 (click on bolded words for more information): Images and information up for David Hockney’s show at L.A. Louver. Sergei Ustinov, founder of Museum of Jewish History in Russia remains hospitalized after being shot in head. Gerhard Richter disowns his early works from West German period. Georg Baselitz follows through with his threat to remove his artwork on loan to German museums. Xiao Yuan accused of stealing 143 paintings over course of two years and replacing them with forgeries. […]
More stories from the week that ended July 19 (click on bolded words for more information): Images and info up for Michael Rey show at ZERO. RIP: Lee Towndrow and Amber Scorah’s son, who died at three months during first day of daycare. RIP: unnamed 28-year-old construction worker from Pakistan killed while working on Louvre Abu Dhabi. German government cultural protection law plans could cripple the market for German artists and undermine the country’s role in the art market. Georg Baselitz withdraws loaned artworks from German museums […]
Step and Repeat, MOCA’s annual celebration of performance art, comedy, poetry, live music, and other pleasant surprises, returns this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The weekend-long celebration will take place at The Geffen Contemporary and will feature never been seen performances by Geo Wyeth, James Fauntleroy, Cali Thornhill Dewitt, and Juliana Huxtable, and other artists. Come and see other ways of experiencing art besides viewing paintings on the wall or objects on the floor.
More stories from the week that ended July 12 (click on bolded words for more information): DRAWINGS|FRIDGES (Aaron Garber-Maikovska, Eric Yahnker, more) images at Greene Exhibitions now up. Nicolas Bourriaud fired as director of the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts. Major public cultural institutions in Greece to close due to lack of funding. Court stops Lutfur Rahman from trying to sell $26mil. Henry Moore sculpture to pay town’s debts. MFA Boston’s Dress Up in a Kimono event causes controversy for its “cultural appropriation and orientalism“. The museum subsequently apologizes […]
More stories from the week that ended July 5 (click on bolded words for more information): Jamian Juliano-Villani featured by Art21. RIP: Harold Feinstein, who died at the age of 84 due to chronic heart failure. Delaware Art Museum privately sells Homer’s Milking Time as well as Wyeth’s Arthur Cleveland. Destruction of antiquities and heritage sites by Islamic State and others could amount to war crimes. Street art widespread in Greece as nation is in financial and economic chaos. Members of Sotheby’s’ cleaning staff have been suspended pending investigation of water pistol […]
More stories from the week that ended June 28 (click on bolded words for more information): Documentation of Landon Metz’ show at Andersen’s. RIP: Miriam Schapiro, who died at the age of 91. Cady Noland disavows another one of her works after it was restored without her consultation. Richard Dorment looks back on his career as an art critic as he heads into retirement. Worker accidentally dismantles and throws out Jim Osman outdoor sculpture he mistook for trash. Anish Kapoor feels that vandalization of his vagina sculpture […]
More stories from the week that ended June 21 (click on bolded words for more information): Some recent Broad Museum acquisitions revealed, such as 82-ft Murakami and Robert Longo Ferguson piece. Activists occupy Tate, staging 25-hour “textual intervention” to protest BP sponsorship agreement. Louvre and Sainte-Chapelle church accused of discrimination after refusing tours to Israeli students. Joseph Gibbons pleads guilty to robbing banks in the name of art and receives one year prison sentence. Richard Matt gave Joyce Mitchell a painting he painted of her children before […]
More stories from the week that ended June 14 (click on bolded words for more information): Artsy looks at the Eve Fowler show at Mier Gallery. RIP: Alan Bond, who died at the age of 77 following heart surgery. Man stabbed in the neck in the gardens of Art Institute of Chicago. Egyptian temple of Karnak site of attempted terrorist attack. Heritige sites Great Dam of Marib and Al-Qahira castle in Yemen damaged by Saudi airstrikes. Zwelethu Mthethwa’s trial begins as he pleads not guilty to murder. Kosovo […]
More stories from the week that ended June 7 (click on bolded words for more information): Anish Kapoor sculpture becomes relevant to a lot of people’s interests because it is a giant vagina. Artists create parody imagery mocking FIFA and World Cup sponsors due to human rights violations. Russia requests that Britain blocks sale of Ivan Aivazovsky’s “Evening in Cairo” because it is stolen. Some of the creative class in San Francisco leaving the city to live in Portland. Portland’s creative community starting to be evicted and priced out of properties. […]