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Marc Mulders
Ranonkels VI
2000

from
Critical Hazards
NEWS 2000 ARCHIVES

ARTNET NEWS
12/28/00
Gun heist at Swedish museum, archaeologists beat collectors, Kitaj achieves Guinness World Record, art school to become Tate Britain's neighbor, more. And Karen McCready, RIP.


ARTNET NEWS
12/22/00
Polish politicians attack Cattelan Pope sculpture.


ARTNET NEWS
12/21/00
Brooklyn artists face housing woes, Minnesota artists lament money woes, Lopez trails Hayek in Frida Kahlo race, Venice Biennale update, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
12/19/00
Arnault acquires de Pury & Luxembourg, Nazi loot claims in jeopardy, Romania blocks Brancusi auction, Dal works damaged in fire, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
12/14/00
Forbes nixes art as investment. Plus, Gugg Australia, museum news from Boston, Berlin, elsewhere. And Chen Zen, RIP.


ARTNET NEWS
12/12/00
Pinault museum news, Irish Museum risks $50 mil gift, Canadian museum lists suspect art, two-day crimewave in Japan, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
12/7/00
Polygraph for Taubman, Boston ICA gets waterfront okay, Dave Hickey in Santa Fe, painting at the Corcoran, more. And the mummy returns in Houston!


CRITICAL HAZARDS
by Abigail R. Esman 12/6/00
Painter Marc Mulders sues Dutch art critic for damages.


ARTNET NEWS
12/5/00
Rio pegged as Gugg fave, artists oppose resale royalties, Tracey Emin to bid art adieu, Batman beats artist (in court), grant for revolutionaries, etc.


NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS
12/1/00
Rauschenberg combines, F. Holland Day, "The Artist's Film," Corcoran Biennial, more.


ARTNET NEWS
11/30/00
Stolen Pollock lawsuit settled, nut attacks Nazi show, director sues Irish museum, critic slams New York museum shows, more.


ARTNET NEWS
11/29/00
Tillmans snags Turner Prize and the newspapers are shocked. Shocked!


ARTNET NEWS
11/28/00
NYC okays new Gugg, SF MOMA suit dismissed, Pollock painting disputed, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
11/21/00
$10 million in sales at Paris photo, Day without Art, Avedon donates, Istanbul Biennial, Weiner manhole covers, more.


ARTNET NEWS
11/16/00
Christie's scores with Post-War sale, more auction house price-fixing news, Ofili vandal fined, Panamerenko at Dia, etc.


ART MARKET WATCH
by Stewart Waltzer 11/15/00
The contemporary art market boom continues at Sotheby's New York, Nov. 14, 2000.


ART MARKET WATCH
by Deborah Ripley 11/14/00
The state of the print market, fall 2000.


ARTNET NEWS
11/14/00
Perky market at Phillips contemporary, Havana Biennial, Sao Paolo postponements, Hugo Boss Prize, more.


ARTNET NEWS
11/9/00
Layoffs at Butterfields, Alice leaps in, Media Z Lounge at New Museum, Warhol gets serious, more.


ART MARKET WATCH
by Caroline Krockow 11/8/00
Halting sales of 19th-century European paintings at Christie's and Sotheby's.


ARTNET NEWS
11/7/00
Biennale fires Fuksas, Phillips sale flops, Printed Matter to Chelsea, Artwalk NY, 20th Century Arts Fair, Picasso on film, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
11/2/00
Paris Photo 2000, virtual flowers from Dia, Beastie Boys art show, Matthew Barney foldout, a word on the Terra, more.


NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS
11/1/00
"Art of the Guitar," Uta Barth, "Scopophilia," Paul McCarthy, O'Keeffe, Shahn, more.


ARTNET NEWS
10/31/00
Black photographers in Brooklyn, Blake in England, antiques in Dallas, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
10/27/00
Kimbell Museum gets crafty, Seattle Museum takes cash, Houston teams up with Moscow, London atwitter over Tate, etc.


ART CRITICS IN ALBION
by Phyllis Tuchman 10/25/00
A report on the recent AICA congress in London.


ARTNET NEWS
10/24/00
Tate Turners held hostage, Flash Art loses lawsuit, Ofili vandal convicted, Paolozzi on life support, more.


ART MARKET WATCH
by Caroline Krockow 10/20/00
Photo sales kick off the fall auction season.


ARTNET NEWS
10/19/00
Okay for MoMA expansion, dueling French tycoons, people trust museums, etc. Plus, how to sleep with an artist.


ARTNET NEWS
10/17/00
Matisse suit settled, Ofili vandal on trial, Canada National Gallery loses $20 mil (Canadian) in art, more.


ARTNET NEWS
10/12/00
Singles at FIAC 2000, embattled works to stay in Boston, "new" Michelangelo discovered, Sotheby's consolidates online ventures, singer paints and artists compose, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
10/10/00
Christie's and Sotheby's revisited. Plus, more dough for NEA, East Village in Missouri, Scandinavia in NYC, more.


ARTNET NEWS
10/5/00
Graffiti problems at Deitch, sales at Art Forum Berlin, DUMBO art festival, Diana Brooks pleads, more.


NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS
10/3/00
"The Year One," Atget, Art Nouveau, "Utopia," Armani, Aluminum, Raphael, more.


ARTNET NEWS
10/3/00
BAM's Next Wave, Forstons give up Kimbell salaries, Cupid blamed for auction house scandal, French Impressionists go to Oklahoma, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
9/28/00
More auction house money woes, more works unloaded by MGM Mirage, more Terra Museum details, Tsai ousted from the Whitney, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
9/26/00
Auction houses propose $512 mil. settlement, judge halts Terra Museum move, residential developments hit Chelsea, Robert Hughes in trouble again, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
9/21/00
BMA graffiti fracas, no to new Harvard museums, ugly memorial's last hurdle, Monet switcheroo, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
9/19/00
Barbara Kruger sued, Schnabel wins in Venice, terrorists target museum, Berlin Biennial postponed, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
9/14/00
Williamsburg art bash, Deitch in fashion, Smithsonian records, Oursler in the park, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
9/12/00
Barnes Foundation broke, MoMA settles strike, ICP Uptown sold, Whitney doubles collection galleries, more.


ARTNET NEWS
9/8/00
More woes for Christie's and Sotheby's, MoMA update, Saatchi's big gift, Sharon Stone charitable to Schnabel, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
9/5/00
Pollock sued, Seattle museum fined, Pinault plans museum, Gehry motors through Russia, more.


NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS
9/1/00
Drer's Passions, Jorge Pardo's "Project," Ruskin's Italy, Claude Lorrain, Amazons of the Avant Garde, Shirin Neshat, more.


ARTNET NEWS
8/31/00
LACMA under fire, Fischl under fire, yBa in love, art dealer sentenced, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
8/29/00
New strike talks at MoMA, Canada's National Gallery cancels two shows, stonemasonry scandal at Brit Museum, Haden-Guest's fisticuffs, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
8/24/00
Curator sues Getty, artists get political, MoMA strike heats up, Brooklyn artists pose, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
8/17/00
Phillips Collection in Las Vegas, Frida in Hollywood, artists petition MoMA to settle strike, more.


ARTNET NEWS
8/15/00
Loeb's copyright problems, art fraud at the Vatican, O'Keeffe movie canned, Art & Auction sold, etc.


HOT IN L.A.
by Irit Krygier 8/10/00
6150 Wilshire is L.A.'s central gallery destination.


ARTNET NEWS
8/10/00
Ready for the fall season? Plus, Keane in California, Cagney art on the block, more.


ARTNET NEWS
8/8/00
Growing pains at MoMA, ethics at museums, National Mall endangered, more "Canyon Suite" revelations, Sotheby's board fight, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
8/2/00
Kimbell trustees defend themselves, Gettys sued over destroyed mural, MoMA strike reaches day 99, tax deduction for artists?, Rodin stays up all night, etc.


NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS
8/1/00
Chris Burden, Peter Paul Rubens, Adrian Piper, Frederic Edwin Church, Barbara Bloom, more.


DRAWINGS IN JULY
by Paul Jeromack 7/31/00
Michelangelo and Leonardo at the London Old Master sales.


ARTNET NEWS
7/27/00
Cashing in at the Kimbell, MoMA renovation nears, British Museum and the rainforest, more.


ARTNET NEWS
7/25/00
Whither PaineWebber art? Plus, Senate increases NEA budget, Kansas City artists won't cow down, dealers charged with battery, etc.


CHRISTIE'S OLD MASTERS
by Paul Jeromack 7/21/00
Buoyant prices at Christie's London sale.


ARTNET NEWS
7/20/00
Leopold keeps Schiele, PASTA-MOMA fights on, Museum for African Art wants to move, Mamie Van Doren makes art without using hands, etc.


OLD MASTER EXTRAVAGANZA
by Paul Jeromack 7/18/00
Fireworks at Phillips and Sotheby's in London.


ARTNET NEWS
7/18/00
Auction scandal update, museums gamble on Las Vegas, Saatchi buys bed, artist sucks blood, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
7/13/00
Armory revamp, French chef brings French art, coffee cup art project, more.


ARTNET NEWS
7/11/00
MoMA strike update, guitar art, Tate's online commissions, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
7/6/00
Francis Bacon tax dodger? Plus, Art Basel in Miami Beach, Michael Douglas to play art con, NYFA grants, etc.


NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS
7/1/00
Wonderland, van Gogh, Barbara Kruger, athletic shoes, Sol LeWitt, Georgia O'Keeffe, more.


ARTNET NEWS
6/29/00
Gugg Vegas-bound? Plus, MoMA concerts cancelled, French auctions privatized, new tribal database at Artnet.com, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
6/27/00
Haider removes Nazi murals, ex-art dealer writes tell-all, two-timing Sotheby's, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
6/22/00
Baloise Prize at Art Basel, Jackie Kennedy subs for Coco Chanel, Turner Prize nominee disappoints children, Gugg goes virtual, etc.


ART UNLIMITED AT BASEL
Photos by Mary Barone 6/21/00
New art rules at the Basel art fair.


ARTNET NEWS
6/20/00
Art Basel 2000 kicks off, no increase for NEA, the Gugg and Hermitage buddy up, Damien Hirst work decaying? And more.


ARTNET NEWS
6/15/00
Turner Prize finalists, Matisse whisked back to Hermitage, MoMA chastised for sale, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
6/13/00
Auction scandal could cost $1.5 billion, Millennium Bridge closes in London, Britain vs. USA in art critical feud, more.


ARTNET NEWS
6/8/00
Expansion pains for MoMA, Liste 2000, Viola and Nine Inch Nails, more.


ARTNET NEWS
6/6/00
Cranach returns to North Carolina, Tunick triumphs in New York, big Bellagio sale, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
6/1/00
Venice Architecture Biennale 2000, Art Basel expands to sunnier climes, new auction record for women's art, Putin passes art loot law, Hughes' legal woes continue, etc.


OLD MASTERS IN NEW YORK
by Paul Jeromack 6/1/00
The May sales at Christie's and Sotheby's.


NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS
6/1/00
The Home Show, the Social Scene, Gabriel Orozco, Ben Shahn's New York, Wayne Thiebaud, Robert Gwathmey, more.


ARTNET NEWS
5/30/00
Steinberg sale hits $12 million. Plus, buying the Biennial, eBay fakes and maybe-fakes, vandals vs. Tony Smith, etc.


LETTER FROM PARIS
by Adrian Darmon 5/26/00
French auction reform (again), tramps in Paris, scandal at the Hermitage, Gauguin's genes, Arnault buys Connaissance des Arts, more.


ARTNET NEWS
5/25/00
NYC Art Commission doomed? Plus, Gober to Venice Biennale, Newhouse quits MoMA board, Monterrey Museum closes, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
5/23/00
Met cancels Chanel retrospective, court sides with Tunick, pranksters pee on Duchamp, Hirst pays up for Hymn, etc.


THREE'S COMPANY
by Meredith Mendelsohn 5/19/00
Phillips Auctioneers makes headway in the market long monopolized by Christie's and Sotheby's.


ARTNET NEWS
5/18/00
Ringling director resigns, auction house profit picture, MoMA strike continues, controversial Mapplethorpe exhibition returns, etc.


MILLIONAIRE'S MARKET
by Meredith Mendelsohn 5/18/00
Skyrocketing prices for modern and contemporary art at Sotheby's.


HOT CONTEMPORARY
by Meredith Mendelsohn 5/17/00
New records at Christie's contemporary sale.


BATTLE OF THE BOUGUEREAUS
by Paul Jeromack 5/16/00
Spring sales of 19th-century paintings in New York.


ARTNET NEWS
5/16/00
Boone sues Salle, MoMA strike update, graffiti at Guernsey's, Phillips auction results, more.


ARTNET AUCTION REPORT
by Stewart Waltzer 5/11/00
Mr. Reserve and Mr. Telephone battle it out at Sotheby's May 10 Impressionist and Modern sale in New York.


ARTNET NEWS
5/11/00
Bellagio suit, eBay "Diebenkorn" update, Robert Hughes walks, O'Keeffe and Stieglitz go Hollywood, etc.



ARTNET AUCTION REPORT
by Stewart Waltzer 5/9/00
Ordinary art at extraordinary prices at Christie's New York on May 9.


ARTNET NEWS
5/9/00
FSU takes over Ringling, $1 mil refund for Rockefeller, gangsters hold Tate's Turners, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
5/4/00
Look out MoMA, here comes the Tate Modern. Plus, new home for Dahesh? New home for Gagosian, more.


MORE ON BROOKLYN'S NARDO ALTARPIECE
5/3/00
Statement from Dr. Arnold L. Lehman and Dr. Elizabeth Easton on the Brooklyn Museum acquisition of Christ Blessing.


ART FROM THE EAST
by Fred Stern 5/2/00
New York's four-day festival of Asian art auctions.


ARTNET NEWS
5/2/00
The Sydney Biennale, U.S. arts spending stats, Hirst & Emin snub Tate, etc.


NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS
5/1/00
Anni Albers, William Edmondson, Frida Kahlo, Mary Ellen Mark, Baroque architecture, more.


NEW CRAZE FOR VINTAGE FASHION
by Brook S. Mason 5/1/00
New collectors and new highs for cast-off designer togs.


ARTNET NEWS
4/27/00
MoMA's "Making Choices," Freud crushed by Sotheby's, MoMA Picasso claimed by collector's heirs, CAA panels, etc. Plus, Gregory Gillespie, RIP.


ARTNET NEWS
4/25/00
Pickets at MoMA, Met director gets dramatic, loot at the Louvre, more.


OLD MASTER TALES
by Paul Jeromack 4/21/00
The real story of the Brooklyn Museum "Nardo."


ARTNET NEWS
4/21/00
Miho Museum admits holding stolen statue, NEA grants, Bouguereau for sale, Warhol jewelry, more.


ARTNET NEWS
4/20/00
Wyeth auction trial balloon -- how hot does it have to be?


ARTNET NEWS
4/18/00
Rauschenberg to Guggenheim? Etrade for MoMA and TATE? Plus, hackers hit Gugg Bilbao, crime wave hits Detroit art, artists win awards, more.


ARTNET NEWS
4/13/00
Sotheby's to court, Terry Sultan to Houston, museums list questionable art, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
4/11/00
Beecroft at sea, Mori and MoMA, rock star news, etc.


LETTER FROM PARIS
by Adrian Darmon 4/7/00
Balthus sues, Bailly finds Le Nain, the Paris drawing salon, more. Plus Gisele Freund, R.I.P.


ARTNET NEWS
4/6/00
Wynn art deal under fire, Hirst art steal under fire, okay for Haacke in Berlin, photo auction news, more.


NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS
4/5/00
Modern Gothic, Reservation X, Germaine Krull, Ernesto Neto, Russian Avant-Garde, more.


ARTNET NEWS
4/4/00
Art stars in stock fraud, Texas twister spares museums, new Cypriot galleries at the Met, more.


ARTNET NEWS
3/30/00
New 45-story Guggenheim, art warehouse for Basel, Alternative Museum goes pfft, more.


ARTNET NEWS
3/28/00
A new NEA, Giuliani v. Brooklyn, Seattle sues Knoedler, etc.


WHITNEY IN WEBLAND
by Giovanni Garcia-Fenech 3/24/00
Internet sites of the Whitney Biennial 2000.


OLD MASTER MUSCLE
by Brook S. Mason 3/23/00
A report from TEFAF Maastricht.


ARTNET NEWS
3/23/00
Marlborough in trouble, Balthus controversy, Color Field cleaning, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
3/21/00
First look at the Whitney Biennial 2000, the museum and the "Porn King," art back in Times Square, more.


BOMBSHELL IN PRICE-FIXING CASE
by Giovanni Garcia-Fenech 3/17/00
New York Times report outlines deal between Sotheby's and Christie's.


ARTNET NEWS
3/16/00
Art shortage at auction houses? Plus, Wynn's sweet deal, Helly Nahmad opens on Madison, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
3/14/00
Get tickets to the Whitney Biennial gala, Sanitation mess heats up, suspect Rubens at the Met, etc.


PINAULT ACQUIRES PIASA
by Adrian Darmon 3/9/00
More heat in the French auction market.


ARTNET NEWS
3/9/00
Sensation at Whitney, Time art critic in court, new beer prize, more.


ARTNET NEWS
3/7/00
Whitney gala, Steve Wynn's art collection, Finch on davidbowie.com, more.


ARTNET NEWS
3/2/00
Art & Auction deal falls through, FBI looks into "Canyon Suite," Riefenstahl, Warhol, lynching art, etc.


NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS
3/1/00
Whitney Biennial, Design Triennial, 18th-Century Rome, Irving Penn, "Paris in New York," more.


ARTNET NEWS
2/29/00
Takeover talk bounces Sotheby's stock, Condo animation, Guerrilla Girls, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
2/24/00
Auction scandal heats up, fee fuss at museums, CAA awards, etc.


MICHELANGELO IN PARIS
by Adrian Darmon 2/23/00
Kathleen Weil-Garris Brandt's Cupid on view at the Louvre.


ARTNET NEWS
2/22/00
Heads roll at Sotheby's, CAA's 88th convention, more. Plus Hundertwasser, RIP.


ARNAULT SNAGS TAJAN
by Adrian Darmon 2/18/00
Phillips teams up with top French auctioneer.


ARTNET NEWS
2/17/00
A photo shoots in Queens, Warhol Museum gets hip, Basquiat estate plays rough, more.


ARTNET NEWS
2/15/00
Sad news for Cecily, Getty sued, Switch to MoMA, Hirst does Beckett, etc.


OUTSIDER REPORT
by N. F. Karlins
2/10/00
The 8th annual Outsider Art Fair at the Puck Building in New York.


ARTNET NEWS
2/10/00
"Greater New York" artists named, $150 million NEA budget, auction house trouble down under, Tiger Woods lawsuit, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
2/8/00
Art boycott for Austria, Haacke provokes Bundestag, big refund to Rockefeller, etc.


OLD MASTER DRAWINGS
by Paul Jeromack
2/8/00
Standout lots in the New York sales.


ARTNET NEWS
2/3/00
Black History Month at Artnet.com, Art Basel 2000, Poway Liberation, etc.


OLD MASTER PAINTINGS 2000
by Paul Jeromack
2/2/00
Museums were busy buying at the recent New York sales.


TYLER GRAPHICS TO CLOSE PRINT WORKSHOP
by Deborah Ripley
2/2/00
Master printer Ken Tyler announces retirement.


NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS
2/1/00
Nam June Paik, Daumier, mummy portraits, Piranesi, LeWitt, more.


ARTNET NEWS
2/1/00
Girl trouble at the New York Times, Christie's cops plea, February fairs, Rinder to Whitney, more.


A BEVY OF BREAKABLES
by N. F. Karlins
1/28/00
The New York Ceramics Fair.


ARTNET NEWS
1/27/00
O'Keeffe student: I did "Canyon Suite." Plus, dueling museum directors, museum attendance 1999, more.


DECORATIVE ARTS DIARY
by Brook S. Mason
1/26/00
Americana highs at the Winter Antiques Show.


ARTNET NEWS
1/19/00
France's auction reform, LAMOCA acquisitions, inside theft at Sotheby's, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
1/14/00
Pompidou strike, Emin beer, big money in Boston, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
1/11/00
"Sensation" closes, Leigh Bowery on film, Cecily Brown, etc.


ARTNET NEWS
1/6/00
Palm Beach ICA, Walker Evans retro, Lotto booty, more.


ARTNET NEWS
1/4/00
"Quiet" shut down, Governor's Island Gugg? Cézanne stolen to order, etc.


NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS
1/1/00
Eisenstein's drawings, Dalí, Hirschhorn, dioramas, more.



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