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DAVID, DELACROIX AND REVOLUTIONARY FRANCE by N.F. Karlins. The art of political unrest in France between 1774 and 1852, at the Morgan Library & Museum, 12/01/2012
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. Buying and Selling Antiquities in Today’s Market by William G. Pearlstein, 07/17/2012
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. New York’s Distinctive Rule Regarding Recovery of Misappropriated Art After the Court of Appeals’ Decision in Mirvish v. Mott, 07/17/2012
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. Collector-Established Foundations: When the Kids Are Not Very Interested in Your Art Collection, 07/17/2012
Art Market Watch IMP & MOD IN LONDON by Jessica Mizrachi. Sotheby's London does $117.7 million but Christie's London pulls ahead at $145.5 million., 06/25/2012
Art Basel TAKE THE TOUR AT ART PARCOURS by Linda Yablonsky. A quick look at some of the public art projects in the Art Parcours section of Art Basel 2012., 06/22/2012
Electronic Art BERLIN PLUGGED IN by Rachel Corbett. The market may vary, but Berlin's electronic art scene is alive and well., 06/22/2012
>30 SOMETHIN' by Charlie Finch. Bridging the gap between the baby boomers and the new digital generation., 06/21/2012
Summer Reading OF ARTISTS, CURATORS AND CRITICS by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. A new Sam Francis catalogue raisonne, a biography of Peter Selz, and essays by Peter Clothier., 06/21/2012
Close Encounters ART UNLIMITED 2012 by Linda Yablonsky. Huge art projects, surprising and fun, in the context of no context other than money, the driving force of Art Basel., 06/20/2012
Art Market Watch TIFFANY, RIETVELD, NOGUCHI AND LALANNE: DESIGN IN NEW YORK by Jessica Mizrachi. Spring design auctions at Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips de Pury and Company in New York., 06/20/2012
Terracotta Warriors DEFENDERS OF CHINA'S FIRST EMPEROR by N.F. Karlins. From the tomb complex of the first emperor of China, a squad of life-sized terracotta warriors at Discovery Times Square., 06/20/2012
>Ranbir Singh My Hero by Charlie Finch. Remembering the art collector Ranbir Singh, 1953-2012., 06/19/2012
Art Basel 2012 THE PRIVATE MUSEUM TAKEOVER by Rachel Corbett. Jeffrey Deitch on the threat of private museums to fundraising and programming at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art., 06/18/2012
Summer Reading BODY AND SOIL by James Croak. Four new books on the new ecological outlook of Earthworks, Land Art and, well dirt., 06/18/2012
Art Basel WATCH WHERE YOU STEP by Emily Nathan. Art Basel 43’s public art sector, Art Parcours, takes over the historic neighborhood of St. Johann, and a public art festival comes to roost in Zurich., 06/18/2012
Art Market Watch ART BASEL LOOKS TO ASIA by Rachel Corbett. News of Uli Sigg's major donation to a Hong Kong museum spurs forecasts of an Asianized Art Basel., 06/15/2012
Karl Haendel FAMILY BLACKMAIL by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. The celebrated Los Angeles photorealist Karl Haendel addresses issues of masculinity and family dynamics., 06/15/2012
>Art Market Watch THE HORBELLS by Charlie Finch. A hypothetical art-collecting power couple, the Horbells, face the effects of a global recession., 06/15/2012
>Kehinde Wiley UNPLANNED OBSOLESCENCE by Charlie Finch. In the cultural tsunami of art news, a real triumph by Kehinde Wiley at the Jewish Museum., 06/14/2012
Art Basel 43 STAKING CLAIMS AT ART STATEMENTS by Emily Nathan. Oliver Laric, Karthnik Pandian, Rokni Haerizadeh, Aurelien Froment, Zin Taylor, Amalia Pica and more at Art Basel 43., 06/14/2012
Art Market Watch SPRING ANTIQUITIES AT SOTHEBY'S AND CHRISTIE'S NEW YORK by Jessica Mizrachi. A $900,000 Greek gravestone -- plus a homoerotic krater -- at Sotheby's and a $926,000 Roman marble of an actor at Christie's., 06/14/2012
THE WATCHERS by Tony Fitzpatrick. Chicago has cameras everywhere but not enough good guys in blue., 06/14/2012
Rachel Harrison UNMASKING THE MUSE by Emily Nathan. A new exhibition of sculptures by Rachel Harrison explores the unseen forces behind every work of art., 06/13/2012
Istancool LET’S TALK TURKEY by Adrian Dannatt. The Istanbul International Arts and Culture Festival welcomes the art world to the hottest city on the global art scene., 06/13/2012
Artnet Design DESIGN MIAMI/BASEL 2012 by Brook S. Mason. This spring’s new design trends emphasize supersized lighting plus cutting-edge furniture and ceramics along the way., 06/12/2012
Documenta 13 LIVING ARTWORKS by Emily Nathan. The 13th edition of the once-every-five-years super-art-survey in Kassel, curated by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, takes a page from the book of life., 06/12/2012
Old Masters ROMANINO, ROBERT AND MORE AT CHRISTIE’S NEW YORK by Paul Jeromack. Chilean baron Alvaro Saieh snags a Romanino, and the Met deaccessions a dozen paintings., 06/12/2012
>Gilbert and George THE CULTURE OF DESPAIR by Charlie Finch. In a three-gallery show of “London Pictures,” Gilbert and George make despair cozy and comforting, 06/11/2012
Brice Marden REFLECTING ON BRICE MARDEN’S REFLECTIVE NEW SHOW by Jerry Saltz. A slowed down sense of seeing in new paintings by Brice Marden at Matthew Marks Gallery., 06/11/2012
>HOW TO SURVIVE THE COMING ART MARKET CRASH by Charlie Finch. In a down art market, it’s all about “puts” and “calls.”, 06/08/2012
Artnet News FROM WARHOL TO BERNINI (PLUS LOOTED ANTIQUITIES) AT THE MET. Metropolitan Museum director Thomas Campbell unveils an impressive fall and winter schedule, and responds to new claims of looted antiquities in the collection., 06/08/2012
Documenta 13 KABUL IN KASSEL, KASSEL IN KABUL by Emily Nathan. Leading up to Documenta 13, artistic director Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev held two years of lectures and workshops in Afghanistan., 06/08/2012
Documenta 2012 BOMBS AWAY by Rachel Corbett. Ruin, trauma and political strife mark the preview to Documenta 13 -- and that’s not just the art., 06/07/2012
Art Market Watch ART MARKET DOOMSDAY? by Mickey Cartin. Will Jean-Michel Basquiat become the next Vincent van Gogh? Or will the supercollectors decide to sit on their hands?, 06/07/2012
Art Market Watch CHRISTIE'S HONG KONG DOES $352 MILLION by Jessica Mizrachi. The $352 million total at Christie's spring sales in Hong Kong are down but stable., 06/06/2012
Artnet Design LELLA AND MASSIMO VIGNELLI, TITANS OF DESIGN by Brook S. Mason. In an interview, superdesigner Massimo Vignelli reveals the secret of success -- luck, luck and luck., 06/06/2012
Ito Jakuchu BUDDHIST BEAUTY: ITO JAKUCHU’S PAINTINGS by Donald Kuspit. At the National Gallery of Art, a 30-scroll set of bird-and-flower paintings by Ito Jakuchu, one of Japan’s great national treasures., 06/05/2012
Documenta (13) IT’S GOING TO BE HUGE by Jerry Saltz. Documenta 13, biennials, art fairs and art’s chronic gigantism., 06/05/2012
>Vince Romaniello ROMAN SKETCHES by Charlie Finch. The good fight for progressive politics with Philadelphia conceptual artist Vince Romaniello., 06/05/2012
>WILL THE ART MARKET CRASH? by Charlie Finch. A deflationary spiral could destroy the auction market before the major fall sales., 06/04/2012
Books ART AND MONEY; MONEY AND ART by Emily Nathan. According to author Martha Buskirk in, 06/04/2012
Let’s Go Art DOCUMENTA, BASEL AND BEYOND by Rachel Corbett. A jetsetter’s guide to Basel, Documenta, Manifesta, the Berlin Biennale and other highlights from Europe’s June art season., 06/04/2012
"Made in L.A." NEW ART NOW IN LOS ANGELES by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. The Hammer Museum teams up with LAX Art and the Municipal Art Gallery to present the first biennial exhibition of new art in Los Angeles., 06/01/2012
Art Market Watch SPRING SALES OF LATIN AMERICAN ART by Jessica Mizrachi. For Latin American art auctions in New York, the score was Phillips de Pury ($3.5 million), Christie’s ($27.7 million) and Sotheby’s ($26.8 million)., 05/30/2012
Close Encounters THE NEW BARNES FOUNDATION by Linda Yablonsky. Fabulosity in a box -- that is the new Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia., 05/30/2012
>PHIL AND RON by Charlie Finch. Tiddlywink to tiddlywink, Philippe de Montebello and Ronald Lauder compare their museums., 05/29/2012
>Art Market Watch SPEED! MONEY AND THE GLOBAL ART MARKET by Piroschka Dossi. As money transforms the global art market, it robs art of its greatest values and the leisure to appreciate them., 05/29/2012
RAZOR PARK 100 by Tony Fitzpatrick. Tall tales and good lessons from the guys who worked the car wash in suburban Chicago in the 1960s., 05/28/2012
Cleopatra's THE GREENPOINT POLISH by Elisabeth Kley. Polish artists Leszek Knaflewski, Honza Zamojski and Radak Szlada at Cleopatra's gallery in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, 05/24/2012

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