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Overtime: July 30 – Aug 5

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): How Leo Castelli changed the art market forever. MoMA PS1’s Klaus Biesenbach, a champion of the Avant-Garde will now lead MOCA Los Angeles. Debate ignites in Los Angeles over MOCA hire. How graffiti artists are fighting back against brands that steal their work. Painting in the age of anxiety. Painting: An (incomplete) survey of the state of the art by Roberta Smith. See the first images of Site Santa Fe’s 2018 ‘Casa […]

Overtime: July 23 – 29

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): Art Dealer says he found 6 de Kooning paintings in a New Jersey storage unit. Gallery owner’s $15K gamble on storage locker pays off big time. The secrets hidden on the backs of famous artworks. New York’s Miles McEnery Gallery to open second space in Chelsea. Jeffrey Deitch will launch his Los Angeles gallery with an ambitious Ai Weiwei exhibition. Amid MoMA’s $450 million expansion, employee tensions are running high. Art gets […]

Overtime: July 16 – 22

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): Jonathan Gold, food critic who celebrated L.A.’s cornucopia, dies at 57. The rapid rise of Millennial collectors will change how art is bought and sold. As attendance plummets, New York dealers are scrambling to secure their future. Why one gallerist says Berlin is no longer hospitable to contemporary art dealers. What does gallery foot traffic really look like at Chelsea’s inaugural Art Walk? Ralph Rugoff’s Venice Biennale will respond to the rise […]

Overtime: July 9 – 15

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): UTA Moves Into a New Ai Weiwei-Designed Space in Beverly Hills. Cheim & Read partner Adam Sheffer to join Pace as vice president. From Frida Kahlo in London to Casanova in Boston, here are 29 museum shows worth seeing this summer. 130,000 unseen photos of Andy Warhol will be made public at The Warhol Foundation. Artist SMASH 137 sues GM for unauthorized use of his Detriot mural for a Cadillac ad. Red […]

Overtime: July 2 – 8

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): Abstract Expressionist Joan Mitchell was complicated, driven and a genius. Banksy offers to help save Bristol’s under-threat libraries. Banksy’s Hull bridge mural ‘to be moved‘ ahead of removal of the bridge. The untold history of corporations recruiting artists to inspire their employees. Met Museum sets record with 7.35 million visitors in a year. London’s National Gallery acquires painting by Artemisia Gentileschi for £3.6 million. Furrowed brows win at Christie’s patchy Old Master […]

Overtime: June 25 – July 1

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): National Portrait Gallery in London explores the influence of Michael Jackson in the art world including a new piece from Mark Ryden that revisits his 1991 paintings for the ‘Dangerous’ album cover. A wide variety of works, but only a few tackled his complicated legacy and falls short for some. Podcast: Marina Abramovic and Michael Jackson. Sotheby’s soared past expectations with a £110.2 million sale on Tuesday night in London. Lucian Freud’s late reclining […]

Overtime: June 18 – 24

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): A new cryptocurrency art auction is selling shares in an Andy Warhol painting. An ambitious Whitney show will investigate Warhol’s early and lesser-known works. David Nash comes to terms with the end of ‘Ash Dome’. Why have there been no great black art dealers? How a small but influential group is correcting history. Here’s the 2018 exhibitor list for 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair in London. After sixteen years in operation, the Pasadena […]

Overtime: June 11 – 17

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): Yayoi Kusama’s ‘Infinity Mirror Room’ to arrive in Chicago for the first time. Street artists in the US have more rights than they thought. A very queer street art movement is spreading across the US. Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys launch new art grant, giving 20 artists $5,000 each. LACMA Awards grants to four artists working on innovative, tech-driven projects. ‘World’s Largest’ Banksy art show unauthorized by artist is frowned upon by […]

Overtime: June 4 – 10

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): Anthony Bourdain dead at 61 of apparent suicide. Anthony Bourdain bought this ominous John Lurie painting days before he died. Summer preview: the most promising museum shows and biennials around the world. Must-See Art Guide, Seoul: Featuring Xu Zhen, Jacob Kassay, Joris Laarman, and more. Picasso, Warhol & more iconic artists spotlighted in major Australia exhibit. Australia’s largest contemporary art gallery to be built in Melbourne. The Uffizi Gallery gathers some heavy hitters […]

Overtime: May 28 – June 3

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): Ed Ruscha still has plenty more to say about America. LAXART reopens in LA with a renewed mission and a giant Barbara Kruger mural. Dealer Steve Lazarides plans an unsanctioned show of the artist’s ‘Golden Years’. Banksy’s dismal opinion on advertising industry resurfaces on the web. ‘TIME’ Magazine’s “The Drone Age” cover displays one of the biggest drone shows in the U.S. Interview Magazine (1969-2018): ‘An enduring symbol of downtown cool, even as […]