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Overtime: May 6 – May 19

$91m sale of Rabbit once again makes Jeff Koons world’s most expensive living artist. It’s also costly to put on a Koons show – $1m price tag for one museum. $97m sale of Monet painting sets record for Impressionist work at Sotheby’s. Over at Christie’s, a $59m Cézanne sale leads sales. What does $89m sale of a prime Robert Rauschenberg at Christie’s mean for his long dormant market? Van Gogh’s letter to thank art critic goes on view in Amsterdam. Catherine Opie and Cindy Sherman make a […]

Interviews / Releases: Jerry Hsu – “The Beautiful Flower Is The World” Book

May 21st will mark the official public release of Jerry Hsu‘s second book, The Beautiful Flower Is the World, photo documentation of the curiosities spotted in the world around us. The San Jose-based pro-skateboarder and artist got into the spotlight with his Table for One project featuring photos of strangers dining alone a couple of years ago, and the new publication only confirms his killer sense of humor and an eye for life’s little absurdities. As part of the first edition, an undisclosed number of […]

Overtime: Apr 29 – May 5

Artnet shares their 6 best new works from Frieze NY including Olivia Erlanger’s washing machine mermaid tail. Artsy’s 10 best booths from Frieze NY. Frieze New York 2019 sales report. Jaume Plensa is one of the artists in NY inaugural launch of Frieze Sculpture 2019. Venice Biennale 2019 preview. Why the Venice Biennale is still important. Shows & events worth seeing at Venice Biennale, outside the main event. A new art fair with four disruptive ideas on how to sell art. Learn how to be an […]

Overtime: Apr 22 – 28

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): What to see at this year’s Venice Biennale. What to expect from the Italian Pavilion of the 58th Venice Biennale. 15 must-see exhibitions in Venice during the Biennale. Meet Augustas Serapinas, the youngest artist in the Venice Biennale. Why this Claude Monet haystack could sell for over $55 million. Lee Krasner painting could break artist record at Sotheby’s. Louise Bourgeois ‘Spider’, estimated at $25 – $35 million, could set new record for women […]

Streets: Nuart Aberdeen 2019 (Part I)

Easter weekend marked the official launch of the third consecutive Nuart Aberdeen. From the media launch yesterday, civic reception at the city hall, sold-out Q&A session with legendary Scottish playwright and artist, John Byrne, the festival’s programme is jam-packed with talks, presentations, debates, and screenings. But for many, the most important part of this annual event is the creation of public artworks through the city, which once again lured a number of locals to get out and wander around their hometown in search for new […]

JR Transforms Louvre Pyramid Creating Optical Illusion

Returning to the Louvre almost three years after his debut groundbreaking installation (covered), JR (interviewed) has created another large scale optical illusion centered on the museum’s iconic glass pyramid designed by I.M. Pei and completed in 1989. Devised in honor of the structure’s 30th anniversary, the piece titled The Secret of the Great Pyramid required the help of 400 volunteers pasting 2000 strips of paper in the main courtyard. Lasting only one weekend, the ephemeral installation from French artist was able to make the pyramid appear to extend […]

Overtime: Apr 8 – 14

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): This hip-hop producer’s Basquiat could be a hit at Phillips in May. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s new $650-million building was approved. Can a museum for progressive artists have an arms-manufacturer vice-chairman? Guggenheim ‘decommissions’ conceptual and Minimalist works over questions of authenticity. Salvador Dalí Museum in Florida plans $38 million expansion. Patronage without pretension abounds at the 2019 edition of the Dallas Art Fair. Art Basel to unite across continents […]

Overtime: Apr 1 – 7

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): KAWS painting of ‘The Simpsons’ sells at Sotheby’s for $14.7 million after being estimated at $1 million. What sold at Art Basel in Hong Kong. The artists everyone was talking about during Art Basel in Hong Kong. A KAWS for concern and Asian market analysis—on the ground on Hong Kong. How collector demand impacts an artwork’s value. The online art market grew 9.8% in 2018—and other key takeaways from the 2019 Hiscox […]

Overtime: Mar 18 – 24

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): Art Basel Hong Kong (29-31 March) is now a firm fixture on Asia’s art calendar. Here’s a rundown of the highlights to see during Art Basel Hong Kong. Persue launches “Wet Paint” exhibition in Tokyo’s Basement Ginza. Ahead of Gallery Weekend Beijing, a run-down of the best exhibitions in China’s capital. Asia’s most innovative and interesting institutions from Hong Kong to Japan. Amid a gloomy economic forecast and political tensions, Art Dubai […]

Overtime: Mar 11 – 17

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): The much-hyped Chinese art market’s best days may already be gone. The boom in pop-up galleries is only just getting started. 7 art-historical treasures for sale at TEFAF Maastricht. Powerful collectors open up in TEFAF Maastricht’s Chinese art market report. The bookseller who supplied Sister Wendy a copy of Mapplethorpe’s ‘X Portfolio’ is selling her library. Bid me up before you go-go: sun goes down on George Michael’s art collection at Christie’s. […]