Overtime: June 30 – July 7

  • The 2019 edition of Frieze Sculpture has opened in London including work from Robert Indiana (seen above).
  • Artists Zilvinas Kempinas transforms Bordeaux chapel with his magnetic tape tunnel.
  • Archived video interview may give us our best glimpse of Banksy yet.
  • Banksy designs stab-proof vest for Stormzy’s Glastonbury set.
  • JR talks about this digital mural at SFMOMA.
  • Joshua Vides transforms Harrods' FENDI with his signature.
  • Human-bird hybrid sculptures by Calvin Ma.
  • Massive wooden wave installation by Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen B. Nguyen.
  • Swiss architect Peter Zumthor comments on his LACMA redesign for the first time.
  • Weven people arrested for vandalizing Anish Kapoor’s "Bean" sculpture in Chicago.
  • San Francisco's Art Book Fair returns for the fourth time.
  • Jaume Plensa exhibits seven sculptures at Calatrava's City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia.
  • MoCo Hotel des Collections is helping share art collections of millionaires hide in storage.
  • Some opinions about the KAWS market. He is no longer represented by Perrotin Gallery.
  • Sam Moyer is now represented by Kayne Griffin Corcoran.
  • Pace Gallery closes Beijing branch.
  • A record 1ooK+ people have seen largest ever Picasso exhibition in China  in under a month.
  • New exhibition explores Alexander Calder projects that never left the drawing board.
  • Carmen Herrera’s dream project to bloom in New York's City Hall Park.
  • Takashi Murakami collaboration music video with Billie Eilish will be expired in an exhibition.
  • Retrospective of Cindy Sherman's work opening at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
  • Five Turner Prize artists demand National Portrait Gallery end BP sponsorship. Another 70+ join in.
  • Alaska could become first state without an arts agency.
  • Governments giving interest free loans to buy art.
  • Guggenheim Museum added to UNESCO World Heritage List.
  • Ai Weiwei designed house for $5.5 Million.
  • Children’s drawings from US/Mexico border reveal a world of cages.
  • The real reason sports arenas are investing millions in Contemporary Art.
  • Warhol's Prince series ruled fair use by a New York judge in contested copyright case.
  • What's at stake for the Hong Kong art scene amid extradition protests.
  • Smithsonian rejects calls to remove the Sackler name. Sackler family protests reach the Louvre.
  • The most iconic artists of all time.
  •  The largest and most elaborate public art restoration ever undertaken begins.
  • 20 art dealers and their first jobs in the art world.
  • Smaller auction houses merging to compete.
  • The Art Miami fair group (Art New York, CONTEXT, Aqua Art Miami, Art Wynwood, and others) sold.
  • SF votes to cover up 1930s mural of George Washington as slaveowner.
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