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Overtime: Nov 2 – Nov 8

More stories from the week that ended Nov 8 (click on bolded words for more information): Christopher Y. Lew’s essay on Jared Madere, who currently has an exhibition at the Whitney. Tao Hongjing revealed to actually be French man named Alexandre Ouairy, who pretended to be Chinese. Bosch Research and Conservation Project determines two Bosch works may have been painted by imitators. Arts education in Los Angeles public schools severely lacking. Michael Werner accuses Germany of using controversial legislation to generate revenue from cultural industry. Sokari Douglas Camp sculpture […]

Overtime: Oct 26 – Nov 1

More stories from the week that ended Nov 1 (click on bolded words for more information): Sotheby’s to offer Carl Kahler’s My Wife’s Lovers, possibly the world’s largest and heaviest cat painting. Islamic State executes three people by blowing them up on three ancient Palmyra columns. “Windows on Death Row: Art From Inside and Outside…” features work by those awaiting execution. Hobby Lobby family under investigation for alleged importation of illicit antiquities from Iraq. Installation by Goldschmied & Chiari accidentally thrown out after being mistaken for garbage. The work is subsequently […]

Overtime: Oct 19 – Oct 25

More stories from the week that ended Oct 25 (click on bolded words for more information): Alex Israel – Sightings opens at the Nasher Sculpture Center. Arts Council of England warns British museums of “severe and imminent” threat of “attack.” Claude Monet’s ghost may be haunting the Cleveland Museum of Art. UK’s Culture Minister, Ed Vaizey places temporary export ban on Rembrandt portrait worth £35mil. Bruegel currently in collection of Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna may have been looted from Poland. DeYoung Museum’s CFO Michele Gutierrez accuses President Dede Wilsey of […]

Overtime: Oct 12 – Oct 18

More stories from the week that ended Oct 18 (click on bolded words for more information): Artsy visits Hayal Pozanti and covers her Sunday Art Fair presentation with Levy.Delval. RIP: Hilla Becher, who died at the age of 81. RIP: Paul Reed, who died at the age of 96 due to congestive heart failure. Diversity in the Arts study shows funding for African American & Latino nonprofit museums is bleak. Mexico’s missing 43 remembered and honored with art installations, murals, banners, and costumes. Ryan O’Neal sues Richard Bernard Francis over ownership […]

Overtime: Oct 5 – Oct 11

More stories from the week that ended Oct 11 (click on bolded words for more information): Parker Ito part of Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris’s CO-WORKERS – Network as Artist show. RIP: Chantal Akerman, who died unexpectedly at the age of 65. RIP: Olga Hirshhorn, who died at the age of 95. RIP: Akram Raslan, who died of torture-related injuries at the hands of Syrian police. Images and information for Davida Nemeroff and JPW3 – FRYGUY up at Cooper Cole’s site. Helen Molesworth recalls the time she […]

Overtime: Sep 28 – Oct 4

More stories from the week that ended Oct 4 (click on bolded words for more information): Mousse looks at Michael Manning’s latest show. RIP: Antonio Ramos, 27, who was shot while working on commissioned mural intended to reduce violence. RIP: Leonid Nikolayev of Voina, who died at the age of 31 in a timber cutting accident. RIP: Alan Moore, who died at the age of 101. RIP: Ionel Talpazan, who died at the age of 60 due to complications of a stroke and advanced diabetes. RIP: Sebastiano Magnanini, art thief […]

Overtime: Sep 21 – Sep 27

More stories from the week that ended Sep 27 (click on bolded words for more information): Images and information up for Derek Paul Boyle – Roleplay exhibition at Smart Objects. RIP: Brian Sewell, who died at the age of 84 after being diagnosed last year with cancer. Anish Kapoor forced by French court to remove anti-semitic vandalism from his Versailles sculpture. The artist will perform an artistic intervention on the piece. He is appeals the decision and discusses more about the vandalism. Kapoor decides to cover […]

Overtime: Sept 14 – Sept 20

More stories from the week that ended Sept 20 (click on bolded words for more information): Bloomberg provides a tour of the Broad museum. KPCC gives a behind the scenes tour. Christopher Knight reviews the inaugural show at the Broad. Holland Cotter of the NY Times also reviews the museum. LA Times reveals the opening festivities. Artnet writes about why The Broad one of the best museums in North America. How the Broad hires and trains its staff. Image above by Iwan Baan. RIP: Phoebe Fairweather, who died […]

Overtime: Sept 8 – Sept 14

More stories from the week that ended Sept 14 (click on bolded words for more information): Images and info for Jamian Juliano-Villani’s Nudge the Judge at Tanya Leighton up on gallery’s website. RIP: Dahlia Yehia, 25, who was beaten to death after traveling to Nepal to assist in earthquake relief efforts. RIP: John Perreault, who died at the age of 78 from complications resulting from gastrointestinal surgery. Someone spray-painting “NO MORE CHINESE” graffiti around multiple locations in San Francisco. Anish Kapoor refuses to remove anti-semitic graffiti from his Versailles sculpture after […]

Overtime: Aug 31 – Sept 6

More stories from the week that ended Sept 6 (click on bolded words for more information): RIP: Noah Davis, who died at the age of 32 from complications of a rare cancer. NY Times also writes about his death. Papillion remembers him. Polaroid image above by Quam Odunsi. RIP: Nelson Shanks, who died at the age of 77. RIP: The Pizz, who died at the age of 57 after killing himself. Jacob Antonio Weiss is the fourth suspect sought in the stabbing of man who tried to stop […]