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Overtime: Dec 2 – Dec 8

More stories from the week that ended Dec 8 (click on bolded words for more information): George Clooney x Yayoi Kusama x Giorgio Armani featured in W Magazine’s art issue. Manny Silverman Gallery and Martin L Cohen sue Knoedler for selling them fakes. Marguerite Hoffman’s lawsuit due to breach of confidentiality regarding sale of her Rothko piece. Aaron M. Freedman, assistant to accused antiquities smuggler, pleads guilty to possessing looted items. Tom Dewhurst aka DNB, spared jail time because judge thinks he can be the […]
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Overtime: Nov 25 – Dec 1

More stories from the week that ended Dec 1 (click bolded words for more information): RIP: Saul Leiter, who died at the age of 89. Tony Cenicola talks about Leiter. Teju Cole’s postscript on Leiter. Man falls to his death from the fourth floor railing at the Smithsonian National Museum. Prius cars hit by hate graffiti (swastikas, n-word) in Pacific Palisades, CA. Aboriginal art worth over $100,000 stolen from Coastal Peoples Fine Arts Gallery in Vancouver. Juan Luis Garcia has some of his design work […]
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Overtime: Nov 18 – Nov 24

More stories from the week that ended on Nov 24 (click on bolded words for more information): Gerald Laing’s Lincoln Convertible, painting of the assassination of JFK, has gone on display at Tate Britain. Organized criminal gangs are increasingly targeting valuable works of art and antiques in the UK. Vilma Bautista convicted on conspiracy and tax fraud charges stemming from attempted sale of Marcos paintings. Michael Little sells fake Chihuly glass sculptures and subsequently gets 5 months in prison for his efforts. More victims of Knoedler […]
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Overtime: Nov 11 – Nov 17

More stories from the week ended Nov 17 (click on bolded words for more information): A look at what’s in Mark Parker’s office and what he’s been up to. Winner bidder for Banksy’s NYC piece sold to benefit charity immediately shirks on his bid. Pyotr Pavlensky nails his scrotum to cobblestones in Red Square as an act of protest. He will face criminal charges. The art world reacts to his performance. 5Pointz is likely doomed after judge says he won’t stop demolition. Basquiat family suing the […]
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Overtime: Nov 4 – Nov 10

More stories from the week that ended on Nov 10 (click on bolded words for more information): Newly completed piece from James Jean – Enoki II – on three canvases, sized at 72″ x 90″ Nazi-looted art valued at over a billion dollars discovered in Munich apartment during raid. Bavarian authorities handling case under sharp criticism. Family spots their painting on TV and puts in a claim. Knoedler and Company may have knowingly bought fakes. Cornell University to return 10,000 ancient tablets that may have […]
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Overtime: Oct 28 – Nov 3

More stories from the week that ended Nov 3 (click on bolded words for more information): Space Invader reportedly arrested in NY for putting up street work (as shown above). RIP: Arthur C. Danto dies at the age of 89. RIP: Karin Higa, who died at 47 due to cancer. Dutch museums have identified 139 artworks that may have been looted during the Nazi era. Max Stern’s heirs announced the recovery of a painting he lost 76 years ago, but they lose two others. 1,300 […]
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Overtime: Oct 21 – Oct 27

More stories from the week that just ended (click on bolded words for more info): David Cerny flips off Czech president with his floating sculpture pointed at Prague castle. RIP: Anthony Caro passes away at the age of 89. David Franklin resigns as director at Cleveland Museum after affair, suicide, and missing cell phone. Mayor Bloomberg grants Metropolitan Museum of Art right to charge mandatory admission of $25 or more. Damien Hirst artworks censored for sensitive audiences in China and Qatar to avoid controversy. Nigel […]
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Overtime: Oct 14 – Oct 20

More stories from the week that ended Oct 20 (click on the bolded words for more info): Pieter Brueghel the Younger painting unknown to the world for 400 years will be shown at Frieze Masters. RIP: Carter Wellborn, who died at the age of 86 due to a heart attack. RIP: Leslie Sacks, who died at the age of 61 due to cancer. Heirs of seller who sold Klimt Frieze at huge discount pressing Austria to return it to family. Two poster collections, including work […]
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Overtime: Oct 7 – Oct 13

More stories from the week that ended Oct 13 (click on bolded words for more information): Andrew Russeth writes about The 2013 Carnegie International. (above: artwork by Wade Guyton). Graham Ovenden thrown in jail for two years and three months for sexual offenses against children. Leonardo da Vinci painting of Isabella d’Este lost for centuries found in Swiss bank vault. Heirs of Jewish art dealers say their forefathers were pressured into selling trove in 1935 by the Nazis. David Edwards, brother of Francis Bacon’s closest friend sold […]
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Overtime: Sept 30 – Oct 6

More stories from the week that ended Oct 6 (click on bolded words for more information): Long-lost Napoleon portrait by Jacques-Louis David in 1813 resurfaces in New York after painting is cleaned. Leonardo da Vinci experts identify painting as Isabella D’Este portrait previously lost for 500 years. Magritte’s missing nudes found hidden under paintings after 80 years thanks to the help of x-rays. RIP: Mario Montez, who was one of Warhol’s superstars, died at 78. Daniel Loeb has called for the resignation of Sotheby’s CEO […]