Overtime: Dec 3 – 9

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Street art is on the rise at fairs—but does it undermine the point?
  • Complete Art Basel Miami Beach 2018 coverage.
  • The artists everyone talked about during Art Basel in Miami Beach.
  • Art Basel in Miami Beach’s opening day sales reflect a hesitant market.
  • How are emerging art dealers dealing with the gallery crisis?
  • Dealer Howard Read announces new art commissions, bids farewell to ‘Castelli model’ of doing business.
  • How this year's Art Basel Miami fair aims to increase diversity.
  • The 15 best booths at Art Basel in Miami Beach.
  • Late artists finally get their due at Art Basel in Miami Beach.
  • At Miami art week, thousands of works created by human artists, and a few by artificial intelligence, too.
  • Actress Brooke Shields on curating at Miami art week.
  • Here's some of the unexpected treasures seen at Art Basel Miami Beach 2018.
  • 5 outstanding discoveries at Miami Art week’s satellite fairs.
  • The man who brought Art Basel to Miami Beach.
  • The most Instagrammed artworks from Art Basel in Basel and Frieze London.
  • An Instagram account is getting under the art world’s skin.
  • Brazil's artists and galleries fight back at Art Basel Miami Beach.
  • Prada Mode pop-up club opens in Miami with intervention by artist Theaster Gates.
  • KAWS and the Campana Brothers join forces at Design Miami.
  • The Haas Brothers on their breakthrough Miami moment.
  • Rene Gonzalez unveils home for Berkowitz Contemporary Foundation in Miami.
  • Judy Chicago’s survey in Miami shows off the many twists of her fascinating career.
  • Judy Chicago is fine marketing her feminism.
  • Victoria Beckham's old masters obsession continues with an exhibition of female trailblazers.
  • "Women in the Arts" interview with Lynn Hershman Leeson.
  • Female artists emerge from shadow cast by Berlin Wall.
  • Linder’s new billboard artwork depicts a paradise of female pleasure.
  • Everything this emerging young artist Lina Iris Viktor touches, turns to gold.
  • NY painter Lisa Yuskavage trades sex for romance.
  • The emergence of the brash young painter Devan Shimoyama.
  • Eric Yahnker’s absurd pop-culture paintings capture the madness of 2018.
  • PODCAST: Olafur Eliasson on climate change. Plus, Art Basel in Miami Beach
  • Olafur Eliasson confronts climate change with icebergs in London.
  • Major Paris museums are shuttering as France braces for a fresh wave of ‘Yellow Vest’ demonstrations.
  • Banksy raffles off refugee boat sculpture for £2 in aid of refugee support initiative.
  • Anish Kapoor declares victory over NRA as his work is removed from their promotional video.
  • David LaChapelle photographs that reframe religious imagery.
  • The thing that is so striking about Alexander Calder is how misunderstood he is.
  • Jasper Johns show dazzles at New Menil Drawing Institute.
  • Raouel De Keyser retrospective in Ghent, explores the origins of the artist’s reduced visual language.
  • Shows you’re going to want to see, but don’t know about yet.
  • The Barbican’s big autumn 2019 show will take you to the cabaret.
  • Can a painting not have fun? Caitlin Cherry interviewed by Zoe Dubno.
  • Why going to an art museum could be as good for you as exercise.
  • ICA LA Director Elsa Longhauser to step down in 2019.
  • Keith Haring on how to be an artist.
  • Inside the painstaking process of making high-quality oil paint.
  • A fantastical art school is opening in a jungle outside Tulum.
  • How Tel Aviv became home to 4,000 Bauhaus buildings.
  • Here's an example of 9 times history’s greatest artists made bad artworks.
  • The art critics of The New York Times tell us what artwork rocked their worlds in 2018.
  • In debt we trust: The rise of art-secured lending.
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