Overtime: Oct 15 – 21

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information):
  • In advance of the midterms, Barbara Kruger reprises MOCA mural that asks 'Who is beyond the law?'
  • Jenny Holzer speaks out about the added impact of the abuse of power in the Trump era.
  • Fierce Pussy releases poster urging people to vote.
  • New York museums drop Saudi funding after journalist’s murder.
  • Khashoggi scandal leads art world to rethink ties to Saudi Crown Prince.
  • The 11 best booths at the 45th edition of the International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC).
  • At Hong Kong’s latest round of auctions, work by western artists reached a new high.
  • Identity thieves scammed Sotheby’s out of $5 million, the FBI Says.
  • Christie’s will offer five works from the de Menil Family, including a rare masterpiece Rothko.
  • How is the market for Middle Eastern art faring?
  • Jerry Saltz: How does the art world live with itself.
  • What do art critics actually do?
  • Back from the brink of bankruptcy, China’s UCCA launches new seaside museum.
  • The 57th Carnegie International in Pittsburgh is beautiful but safe.
  • MCA Santa Barbara names Abaseh Mirvali as executive director and chief curator.
  • A new documentary perfectly captures the passion and absurdity of the art market.
  • How high art helped make Paris’s gallery scene hip again.
  • Artist Andrea Fraser’s "2016 in Museums, Money, and Politics" is an all about art reference book.
  • ‘Colour became the subject’—Phoebe Unwin on her new series of paintings.
  • Why Yasumasa Morimura places himself in art history’s most famous scenes.
  • A new exhibition at Alison Jacques Gallery, explores what it means to be a woman artist.
  • A brief history of female rage in art.
  • After four decades, painter Joan Semmel still refuses to romanticize the human body.
  • Anni Albers weaves her magic at Tate Modern.
  • Why we need to bust old myths about artist-brand collaborations.
  • New Banksy video shows how his sensational Sotheby’s stunt was SUPPOSED to work.
  • Northern California artists rebuild from the ashes a year after the devastating wildfires.
  • How Sigmund Freud’s massive art collection influenced his theories.
  • Charles White is the reason why Kerry James Marshall and David Hammons became artists.
  • The 19th-Century Botanist who changed the course of photography.
  • Pop artist Mel Ramos, best known for his racy depictions of women and candy, dies at 83.
  • Bruce Nauman’s seismic impact on contemporary art goes unnoticed.
  • ‘It’s hard at this particular moment to be optimistic’—Edward Burtynsky on the future of the planet.
  • Artists are taking back control at the São Paulo Biennial.
  • Sex Pistols artist Jamie Reid calls out Hirst and Emin as Thatcher's children.
  • The art practice that Dr. Seuss kept hidden from the world.
  • The puppeteer and costume designer who made Big Bird beloved by millions.
  • This is the art dealer who once fired Van Gogh from his only stable job.
  • Psychorealism by the sea with Grace Pailthorpe and Reuben Mednikoff.
  • Legendary designer Paula Scher on how to get started in graphic design.
  • How four months in Martinique helped Gauguin make his name.
  • 4 expert tips for making a winning art school portfolio.
  • 6 artists working as teachers share the lessons they’ve learned.
  • How nuclear testing transformed the land in Nevada and New Mexico.
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