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 Report.
  • Brazilian dealers try to preserve a sense of normalcy at SP Arte amid the country’s political storm.
  • 10 fairgoers share their highlights of Milan’s international art fair.
  • Deep in the west of Texas, the first Marfa Invitational art fair.
  • 5 standout New York exhibitions to see this April.
  • 10 must-see artists at AIPADs photography show.
  • This new gallery in SF wants to cultivate the next generation of tech collectors.
  • Hauser & Wirth adds art star Glenn Ligon to its increasingly gargantuan roster.
  • Gagosian expands in Beverly Hills by going halfsies with a new Italian restaurant.
  • Can a computer authenticate disputed artworks?
  • Can the art world kick its addiction to tobacco sponsorship?
  • The Shed opens with an inclusive mission in an exclusive part of New York.
  • Museums offer ‘Slow Art Day’ to celebrate the pleasure of patient looking.
  • The 2nd Honolulu Biennial showcases solidarity and resistance in the Pacific Rim.
  • The unknown artists who made radical art on the fringes of 1960s Japan.
  • How Takashi Murakami got his start as an artist.
  • Craig KR & TILT bring the "Fundamentals" of graffiti to France.
  • Artist Antony Gormley’s new VR art project takes you to the moon.
  • Antonio Asis, an Argentine artist known for his illusionistic and lively geometric compositions, has died.
  • Salvador Dalí’s side project illustrating books which included the Bible.
  • Sculptor Augusta Savage’s towering impact on the Harlem renaissance.
  • Christo to wrap the Arc de Triomphe in Paris in silver-blue fabric.
  • Daniel Libeskind’s colourful sculptures protest climate change.
  • Frida Kahlo’s garden is still thriving—six decades after her death.
  • Having a messy studio can help you as an artist.
  • Rita Ackermann's opposing impulses of creation and destruction.
  • How Judith beheading Holofernes became art history’s favorite icon of female rage.
  • The origins of art—Kristen Sanders interviewed by Owen Duffy.
  • Tracing the legacy of Asger Jorn, ‘Vandal’ of the vanguard.
  • Anni Albers on how to be an artist.
  • The complex legacy of Soviet architecture.
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