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Overtime: April 22 – April 28

More stories from the week ended April 28: Financial Times interviews and profiles George Condo. RIP: former L.A. Times art critic William Wilson dies at 78. He suffered from Alzheimer’s disease. Heirs of Baron Mor Lipot Herzog can now sue Hungary over Herzog’s art collection looted during WWII. Michael Little arrested for allegedly selling counterfeit Chihuly art. Francois Pinault will donate two looted bronze relics from his collection to the Chinese government. Cleaning lady pleads guilty in $3M theft of Benjamin Franklin Houdon bust made […]
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Overtime: April 15 – April 21

More stories from the weekend ended April 21: Ugo Rondinone’s giant human-shaped stone sculptures go up at Rockefeller Center. Helly Nahmad gallery raided and family charged with international gambling and money-laundering operation. Spanish court sends Chinese businessman, art dealer & fraud/money laundering suspect Gao Ping back to jail. Ai Weiwei + Serge Spitzer collaborative sculpture damaged when elderly woman tripped and fell into the work. €1million stolen gold egg recovered near French-Swiss border during a routine police roadblock. Student who killed chicken as part of a […]
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Overtime: April 8 – April 14

More stories from the week ended April 14: A provocative suspended installation by Korean artist Bohyun Yoon. After Hours 2: Murals on the Bowery, will start April 25, with work by Craig-Martin, Schutz, Owens, et RIP: Zao Wou-ki, who died at age 93. He suffered from dementia and weak health. RIP: Daniel Reich, who took his own life at the age of 39. Virginia woman fights ownership dispute of Renoir painting she claims to have purchased for $7 at flea market. Terrence Riggins charged with […]
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Overtime: April 1 – April 7

More stories for the week ended April 7: Ryan Mcginley’s Blue Falling is the April HIGH LINE BILLBOARD in NY, presented by High Line Art. RIP: Pasha P183, known as the Russian Banksy has died at age 29. Cause is unknown. Tate removes Graham Ovenden prints after artist found guilty of indecency with a child and indecent assault. As a result of the economic crisis gripping Spain, more of its artists are moving to the United States. Chelsea’s future in question after New York flood map […]
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Overtime: March 25 – March 31

More stories from the week ended March 31: Steven A. Cohen purchases Picasso’s Le Rêve for $155 million from Steve Wynn. Nicole Klagsbrun to close New York gallery after 30 years in the business. 20×200 has been offline for months and some collectors still have not received prints they ordered long ago. Historic Berlin Wall section featuring some classic murals, removed with police guard protection amid protests. Joseph J. Lhota has no regrets when looking back at his campaign to remove Ofili piece from Sensation show. […]
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Overtime: March 18 – March 24

More stories from the week ended March 24: ArtInfo profiles Oscar Murillo on occassion of his upcoming exhibitions in London. David Hockney’s 23-year old assistant and friend dies after being taken to hospital from artist’s house. Graham Ovenden denies in court regarding the claim that he abused his child models. Paris’s Galerie Jérôme de Noirmont will close at the end of its current exhibition, citing strong competition. FBI knows who was behind Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft in 1990. Boris Berezovsky to sell Warhol Lenin […]
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Overtime: March 11 – March 17

More stories from the week ended March 17: David Choe painted in the streets of Mexico City last week with Dhear. The Met is being sued for allegedly tricking people into paying for admission. Keith Haring Foundation claims that 165 pieces of Haring art in Miami exhibit are fakes. Cooper Union says tuition will stay free for now. Picasso’s Child with a Dove heads overseas to its new private owner as export bar is lifted. Serbian police have recovered Rembrandt’s Portrait of the Father. Four […]
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Overtime: March 4 – March 10

More stories from the week that ended March 10: Art13 organizes successful fair during Frieze offering more affordable art. Banksy pictured among works sold. RIP: Thomas McEvilley, who died of cancer at age 73. LACMA makes a preliminary offer for taking over MOCA, but Eli Broad may block it. Christopher Knight writes about the possible merger. $30 million worth of artwork by Arthur Pinajian discovered in a garage in New York. The Tacoma Art Museum’s sale of a collection of Chinese robes and jades have […]
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Overtime: Feb 25 – March 3

More stories from the week that ended March 3: Morgan Library & Museum to host “Subliming Vessel: The Drawings of Matthew Barney” show opening in May. Four hundred fragments of bricks from Babylon’s Ishtar Gate and Processional Way have been stolen in Iraq. Fired Margarita Aguilar suing El Museo del Barrio claiming gender discrimination and a hostile workplace. Prime minister Cameron criticized after he opposed calls to return Parthenon Marbles & Koh-i-Noor diamond. San Francisco’s Fine Arts Museums fires another staff member as exhibition designer […]
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Overtime: Feb 18 – Feb 24

More stories from the week ending Feb 24: It turns out some of Charles Krafft’s work was not supposed to be ironic after all, and he shockingly appears to be a white nationalist who believes Holocaust is a deliberately exaggerated myth. France making one of its biggest efforts to trace Jewish owners of artworks stolen by the Nazis during WWII. Jewish Museum of Vienna acknowledges it may be in possession of hundreds of items looted during the war. Fire on top floor of building at Pratt […]