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June 4 – 10 « Arrested Motion




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 in a new room.
  • Ai Weiwei’s “Fan-Tan” exhibition to be inspired by his father, and his largest solo show in France.
  • The Lichtenstein Foundation is closing—and it just donated 400 works to the Whitney.
  • Brian Allen explains how artists can hurt rather than help museums like MoCA Los Angeles.
  • From the Met and Christie’s to Cheim & Read: how the art world guest stars in ‘Ocean’s 8’.
  • Art is becoming a financial product, and blockchain is making it happen.
  • Podcast: From auction week to Art Basel, what’s happening in the art market.
  • Podcast: Freud, Bacon, Hockney and the post-war London scene; and Signals gallery.
  • Everything you ever wanted to know about the art market but didn’t know who to ask.
  • Di Donna brings Jasper Johns’s “Disappearance I” to Art Basel.
  • Gorky, Mitchell will lead Hauser + Wirth Art Basel stand next week.
  • Frieze offers a refund to dealers affected by the excessive heat at this year’s New York Fair.
  • As fairs face unprecedented scrutiny, EXPO Chicago launches a new curator exchange platform.
  • Impressionist masterpieces from London will head to Paris’s Foudation Louis Vuitton next year.
  • Christie’s Loïc Gouzer on the regrettable rise of the ADD art collector.
  • Collector appeals for return of Pissarro painting restituted through a 1945 order made by the Allies France.
  • Sotheby’s brings Basquiat held in Italy for 35 years to London.
  • Daughter sues her father over Jean-Michel Basquiat painting.
  • Paul Kasmin Gallery to open fourth space in Chelsea, New York.
  • New York gallery Tanya Bonakdar will open Los Angeles branch.
  • Good-bye to all that: Boyle Heights, a hotbed of gentrification protests, sees galleries depart.
  • Museums too: what should institutions do when artists are accused of abuse?
  • Comedian Cheech Marin will open a museum for his collection of Chicano art in So. CA.
  • Mark Bradford on his epic painting cycle at the Hirshhorn Museum, ‘Pickett’s Charge’.
  • ‘We had to create something new’: Klaus Biesenbach on inventing the Berlin Biennale.
  • The curator of the 10th Berlin Biennale, Gabi Ngcobo, refuses to exorcize Europe’s colonial ghosts.
  • ‘A name we will remember for decades to come’: critics and artists memorialize Irving Sandler.
  • Malcolm Morley, genre-crossing artist, is dead at 86.
  • Architectural landmarks come to life in these performances.
  • She’s not president (yet), but Oprah Winfrey has already taken over DC—as an art exhibition.
  • The hidden women of architecture and design.
  • What you need to know about Baroque master Artemisia Gentileschi.
  • Beer with a painter: Joyce Pensato’s work is about grand gestures and not backing down.
  • Innovative light and space artist Mary Corse is finally getting the exhibitions she deserves.
  • From the archives: Haegue Yang brings storage to the spotlight, in 2010.
  • Searching for the in-between: Margarita Cabrera’s collaborative art thinks beyond borders.
  • Hair is a vibrant source of power in Lorna Simpson’s fantastical collages.
  • An exclusive look inside Takashi Murakami’s major retrospective in Texas.
  • Takashi Murakami on his early years, Francis Bacon, and Kanye West.
  • The artwork that inspired Kid Cudi & Kanye West’s ‘Kids See Ghosts‘ album cover.
  • Celebrity photographer Mark Seliger on the stories behind 8 of his iconic portraits.
  • ‘A giant to those who know’: David Zwirner to represent estate of photographer Roy DeCarava.
  • White Cube Gallery London, now represents artist Danh Vo.
  • Alberto Giacometti abandoned Surrealist success to focus on the human body.
  • Revealed: Van Gogh’s failed attempt at art dealing.
  • What was it like to conduct Marcel Duchamp’s only live television interview?
  • Jerry Saltz: Why is the Met’s new show about the body in art history so stultifying and dull?
  • Woolworths cancels Spencer Tunick’s mass nude shoot in Melbourne—it would turn off shoppers.
  • From Picasso’s signature to Kahlo’s unibrow, who legally owns the rights to an artist’s brand?
  • Henry Taylor wins $25,000 Robert De Niro, Sr. prize.
  • How dead artists continue producing work.
  • The artists who have made the night sky their muse.
  • 3 tried-and-true drawing lessons for beginners.



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