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Overtime: March 26 – April 1

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information):

  • Hong Kong’s Most Important Gallery District Is in a Brand New 26-Story Skyscraper.
  • How Art Basel Hong Kong Became an Essential Stop on the Global Fair Circuit.
  • 10 of the Most Eye-Opening Artworks at Art Basel Hong Kong 2018.
  • Another Look Inside KAWS’ Galerie Perrotin Exhibition in Hong Kong.
  • A Look Inside Wolfgang Tillmans’ Exhibition in Hong Kong.
  • In Hong Kong, Team Gallery’s Jose Freire Says Goodbye to Art Fairs—What He’s Going to Do Instead.
  • KAWS Is Installing Massive Companion Sculptures in China
  • $35 Million de Kooning Sells at Art Basel in Hong Kong on Opening Day.
  • Doors That Once Opened Onto the Chelsea Hotel of Warhol, Pollock, and Others—Coming to Auction.
  • Francis Bacon Shreds Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol in Unheard Tape.
  • Was Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi” Record Set by Accident?
  • J. Tomilson Hill Is Giving Asia Its First Christopher Wool Show in over a Decade.
  • Jeff Koons Drops Exclusive Prints Worth up to $60,000 USD.
  • Basquiat’s Monumental ‘Flexible’ Painting Expected to Sell for Over $20 Million USD.
  • Trump Signs Bill Banning the Government From Funding Oil Paintings of Politicians.
  • The Artist Painting Trump’s Most Incendiary Words.
  • A New Look at a Feminist Pop Icon at Natalie Seroussi, Paris.
  • ‘The Art’s Not an Afterthought’: A Visit With Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Curator Jay Davis.
  • Cowards, Autocrats, and Other Traitors—The Stunning Candor of George W. Bush’s New Paintings.
  • Houston Gets a Precursor of Chicago’s Shiny Anish Kapoor.
  • Terra Foundation Awards $300,000 in Grants to Chicago Arts Organizations.
  • Art Institute of Chicago Appoints Colin C. Mackenzie as Curator of Chinese Art.
  • What Auction Data Tells Us About the Controversial Firing of MOCA Curator Helen Molesworth.
  • Will Ferrell and Joel McHale Visit The Hammer Museum.
  • Mark Bradford Appropriates Comic Books and Delves Into the Sublime.
  • This Artist Took 4,000 Portraits to Show the Range of Human Skin Color—They Exceeded the Pantone Library.
  • Are These Some of the Most Extreme Works of Art Ever Created?
  • A New Infrared View of the Dolomites by Paolo Pettigiani Shows Craggy Landscapes in Cotton Candy Colors.
  • Florine Demosthene Is Conjuring the History of Black Heroines—and Creating New Ones.
  • Jean-Michel Othoniel’s Glass Tornado Touches Down at Perrotin’s Newly Unveiled Gallery.
  • Lifelike Sculpted Figures and Immersive Monochrome Environments by Hans Op de Beeck.
  • Face to Face With History: 700 Years of the Human Form at the Met.
  • Robbie Barrat’s AI-generated Nude Paintings Make Francis Bacon Look Like a Genteel Pre-Raphaelite.
  • How Mariko Mori Used Robots and Ancient Metalwork Techniques to Create Her Latest Sculpture.
  • A Show of Luminous Paintings, Overshadowed by Crowded Curation.
  • What It Means for ICA Philadelphia to Become the First WAGE-Certified Museum.
  • The Mona Lisa Will Not Be Going on Tour After All, the Louvre Says.
  • In His Portraits, Cézanne Treated His Sitters Like Fruit.
  • Ken Simons: Getting hands-on With Priceless Art for 40 Years.
  • Hildebrand Gurlitt’s Disputed Henry Moore Will Have a Starring Role in the BBC’s Hit Art Detective Series.
  • Arts Industries Add $764 Billion Per Year to the US Economy, Says a Landmark New Study.
  • Artsy Podcast: The State of the Art Market in 2018 So Far.
  • 356 Mission Rd., the LA Artist-run Space Founded by Laura Owens is Closing.
  • Elizabeth Dee Gallery Has Announced That it is Being Pushed Out Of its Harlem Location.
  • Exhibitions Around London Renew Questions About a So-Called Black Aesthetic.
  • Call for Entries: The World of Frida at Bedford Gallery.
  • New Video Series ‘PRØFILES’ Spotlights Legendary Artist Ron English.

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