More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information):
- Three shows coming up from Ai Weiwei in Los Angeles starting at the end of the month.
- Interview with Conor Harrington about his new show “The Story of Us & Them” at Heni Gallery.
- Street artist Revok and H&M settle dispute over an ad that featured his work without permission.
- Inside his London studio, Mark Wallinger contemplates our desire for self-reflection and recognition.
- The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation has opened with an exhibition of 50 years of Resnick’s work.
Mark Rothko on How to Be an Artist.
Watch artist Gabriel Orozco explain why the street is his studio.
- Jessica Silverman’s secret to 10 years of success as a gallerist? Hustle harder.
- Nino Mier Gallery to open a third Los Angeles space.
- Hollis Taggart opens third space in Chelsea gallery district.
- Jan Fabre accused of inappropriate behavior in open letter.
Sixteen critics who changed the way we look at art.
- SHDW Gallery out of Melbourne, Australia drops “The Supreme Leader” print by Lushsux.
- Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair returns September 21–23.
James Evans is a creator of photorealistic paintings inspired by the human experience.
Leonard A. Lauder gives Juan Gris painting to Metropolitan Museum of Art.
- Renoir painting stolen by Nazis returned to rightful owner.
- Court rejects claim to Matisse owned by National Gallery.
- In Buenos Aires, Art Basel tests its ability to mint new cultural capitals.
- Frieze unveils a power-packed exhibitor list and a star-studded host committee for its first Los Angeles edition.
- Who says culture doesn’t pay? $9.9 billion was spent on new arts projects around the globe in 2017.
- Will the European art market find a new centre by looking to Paris after Brexit?
- Four curators at the Guggenheim discuss commissions, collecting, and the future of museums.
- Can you guess which of these paintings was not made by a human?
- Is contemporary art the kale of the art world?
- The 5 power moves transforming the art market this Fall.
- Charline von Heyl at Petzel Gallery is the show to beat this season in New York.
- We asked a comedian, a rock star, and 13 other influential people to tell us their must-see fall art shows.
- Will this painting make David Hockney the most expensive living artist when Christie’s sells it this fall?
- Works by iconic artists lead Sotheby’s Modern and Contemporary Art 2018 Autumn Evening Sales.
- Art adviser Joel Straus to sell Kerry James Marshall’s ‘Study for Past Times’ at Sotheby’s..
- How Trump’s immigration crackdown is targeting artists.
- Urs Fischer transforms collector Dasha Zhukova into a giant wax candle—then burns her to the ground.
- The forgotten legacy of Richard Bernstein, Andy Warhol’s favorite artist.
- Warhol wanted to paint houses and other revelations from the latest volume of the artist’s catalogue raisonné.
- The German artists who put white flags on the Brooklyn Bridge are still facing criminal charges.
- Hank Willis Thomas pulls work from a South African art fair after a photographer levels plagiarism charges.
- Performance artists get kicked out of the Prado for making naked gender-fluidity statements in front of works.
- Emotional intelligence at the London Design Biennale.
- What’s in store at La Biennale Paris this year.
- Podcast: Art Pilgrimages with Dia Art Foundation’s Jessica Morgan.
- Five ways creatives are fixing cannabis’s image problem.
- How Liza Lou’s obsession with beads transformed a village in South Africa.
- Experts believe they have discovered the world’s oldest drawings in a South African cave.
- ‘I had no idea:’ A Bristol shopkeeper regrets accidentally painting over one of Banksy’s earliest murals.
- Embattled private equity firm Abraaj Group fails to renew Art Dubai sponsorship.
- How the V&A Dundee is rewriting the history of Scotland.
- National Portrait Gallery announces partial closure in London Fashion Week.
- The Fondation Cartier plans to open a new, enormous contemporary art space in Paris.
- A look at the newest blue pigment and how a color becomes a commodity.
- ‘It is a strange little science-fiction period in the history of photography’–Wim Wenders on his Polaroids.
Eleven tips for getting the most out of an art class.
Drawing is the best way to learn, even if you’re no Leonardo da Vinci.