Overtime: Oct 22 – 28

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Warhol's newly restored 102-canvas work Shadows goes on show in New York.
  • The artists turning famous photographs into elaborate dioramas.
  • Artist Mickalene Thomas on how photography became the center of her practice.
  • Alex Katz takes art lovers on a stroll through art history with his new book.
  • Ben Eine elevates typography artworks for his London exhibition at StolenSpace.
  • Picasso and the muse that was his modern day Mona Lisa.
  • Mr. Brainwash is back in New York with a new show.
  • Anish Kapoor's copyright infringement lawsuit against the NRA heads south to their home turf.
  • Artist accuses Florida officials of censoring his photographs of queer life.
  • Art Doc ‘The Price of Everything’ is so hypnotized by price that it neglects to say much of value about value.
  • Unauthorized ‘Art of Banksy’ exhibition coming to Miami for Art Basel 2018.
  • Natascha Süder Happelmann will represent Germany at the 2019 Venice Biennale.
  • Bangkok’s inventive new biennial brings contemporary art to Buddhist temples.
  • One of China’s most expensive artists Zeng Fanzhi gets a global rebrand.
  • Harold Stevenson, freethinking artist, gallivanter, and painter of ‘The New Adam,’ dies at 89.
  • Yoko Ott, Executive Director of Portland’s Yale Union, dies at 48.
  • With an assist from Google, the Met will make more than 406,000 digital images of art publicly available.
  • The vicarious warmth of Amy Sillman’s paintings currently on view at Camden Arts Centre, London.
  • Jeremy Deller says studios are 'a lifeline' for artists as Studio Voltaire announces £2.3 million expansion.
  • ‘Collaborating Is Evidence of Being Human’: Virgil Abloh and Takashi Murakami join forces for Gagosian show.
  • Yayoi Kusama and Takashi Murakami challenge counterfeit exhibitions of their art in China.
  • Van Gogh shows planned for Houston, London, Amsterdam and Den Bosch in 2019.
  • Petah Coyne goes deeper into darkness at Galerie Lelong in New York.
  • Jim Dine breaks out: The New York art world has never been kind to him.
  • What can an art fair offer amid political instability? For dealers at this year’s ARTBO, the answer is complicated
  • Frieze announces partnership with Manhatten museum The Drawing Center.
  • Here’s the exhibitor list for the inaugural edition of Felix LA art fair.
  • Ai Weiwei takes over Los Angeles with 3 new shows.
  • Jim Carrey’s ‘piercing scream’: A blisteringly political art show offers a window to his soul.
  • PODCAST: Curating with Cecilia Alemani and Ingrid Schaffner.
  • PODCAST: Bruce Nauman’s NY takeover. Plus, the British Museum dusts down its Islamic art galleries
  • What I’ve learned in the year since I uprooted my gallery.
  • Mary Iverson’s new landscape paintings go under the knife.
  • Ana Mendieta Estate and Amazon Studios reach a settlement on ‘Suspiria’ copyright infringement suit.
  • Giorgio de Chirico copied his most popular works to mess with his collectors.
  • Bernar Venet’s retrospective creates a modernist mausoleum.
  • Sara Morawetz walks from Dunkirk to Barcelona to measure the curvature of the earth.
  • How the massive artworks at music festivals are created.
  • Russia announces major Kandinsky show in Saudi Arabia amid Khashoggi murder controversy.
  • Can art cure you? Doctors to prescribe museum visits in pioneering treatment.
  • Artemisia Gentileschi’s market gains steam as collectors catch up with art historians.
  • Christie's sells first artwork created entirely by artificial intelligence for 40 times initial estimate.
  • With largest-ever allotment for Department of Cultural Affairs, NYC grants $43.9 million to arts programs.
  • Roy Lichtenstein Foundation gives $5 million to The Smithsonian Institution’s Archives of American Art.
  • Worcester Art Museum receives $600,000 grant from Barr and the Klarman Family Foundation.
  • These famous artists proved that staying up late can lead to great ideas.
  • Diego Marcon wins 2018 MAXXI Bulgari Prize.
  • A crash course in basic papermaking.
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