Alice Neel  (American, 1900-1984) 

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Gallery Shows NYC THE NEW YORK LIST, 5/14/2012 by Emily Nathan. Francesco Clemente, Alice Neel, Jutta Koether, Gary Hume, Dana Schutz., 05/14/2012
Art Market Watch AFRICAN-AMERICAN ART AT AUCTION by Daniel Grant. Twice-yearly auctions of African-America art at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers and Swann Galleries., 02/21/2012
Helen Frankenthaler A WIND THAT LASHES EVERYTHING AT ONCE by Jerry Saltz. RIP Helen Frankenthaler, 1928-2011, pioneering woman painter who bridged Abstract Expressionism and "what was possible.", 12/28/2011
NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS. Maurizio Cattelan, New York's Photo League, Francesca Woodman, Sherrie Levine, Diego Rivera, Clifford Owens, Hide/Seek, Jenny Saville, New Islamic galleries for the Met, Korean Eye, Prix Pictet photographers, more, 11/01/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Dublin Contemporary, ShContemporary 2011, Art Beat Istanbul, 12th Istanbul Biennial, 15th Art Moscow, Moscow Biennale, the Joburg Art Fair and the Houston Fine Art Fair., 08/04/2011
ARTNET NEWS. The Art Show, the Armory Show, Volta, Pulse, Scope, Independent, Moving Image, Verge Brooklyn and more., 02/22/2011
>THE GREATEST WORK OF ART by Jerry Saltz. What is the greatest New York work of art -- an Alfred Stieglitz? A Jackson Pollock? A Jacob Lawrence? No, you won’t find it on a wall., 01/20/2011
TINY TOP TEN by Charlie Finch. In a baleful year, a few things to be thankful for., 12/27/2010
ALICE'S TEA PARTY by Charlie Finch. Alice Neel in middle age: part five of a serial review of Phoebe Hoban’s new bio., 12/15/2010
QUEEN OF HEARTS by Charlie Finch. Alice Neel is the life of the party: part 4 of a serial review, 12/13/2010
OFF WITH THEIR HEADS! by Charlie Finch. Taking a contrarian view of the works of Alice Neel in part 6 of a serial book review., 12/13/2010
THE RED QUEEN by Charlie Finch. Alice Neel in the 1930s: part 3 of a serial review., 12/10/2010
DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE by Charlie Finch. Reading Phoebe Hoban’s new Alice Neel bio (part two)., 12/08/2010
ALICE NEEL; THE FIRST TEN PAGES by Charlie Finch. Phoebe Hoban’s Alice Neel: The Art of Not Sitting Pretty., 12/06/2010
>BODY AWARENESS by Elisabeth Kley. The wild self-portraits of Austrian painter Maria Lassnig., 12/01/2010
HUMAN CAMERA by Elizabeth Kley. Forty years of film art from Michel Auder -- by turns glamorous, lyrical and seedy., 07/27/2010
Museum shows, March 2010: "Skin Fruit," Otto Dix, Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Marina Abramovic, "The Allure of the Automobile", 03/01/2010
Andy Warhol’s Polaroids, Jane Austen’s stuff, Bruce Nauman’s Venice works,, 01/05/2010
ART MARKET WATCH. Reading the tea leaves for the fall 2009 auction season, 11/11/2009
ART MARKET WATCH. $134.4 million at Sotheby’s contemporary sale., 11/11/2009
A WRINKLE IN TIME by Charlie Finch. Silvia Sleigh’s portraits of art-world notables from the 1960s and ’70s., 11/09/2009
HOT TAMALE! by Walter Robinson. El Museo del Barrio reopens with "Nexus New York: Latin/American Artists in the Modern Metropolis.", 10/19/2009
MAGAZINE RACK by Grant Mandarino. September issues of Artforum, Art in America, ARTnews and Bidoun., 09/21/2009
FLESH PERSPECTIVE by Sidney Lawrence., 07/29/2009
ARTNET NEWS. Gender bias at MoMA, Yes Men and Greenpeace hit Brussels, Ai Weiwei proposes cyber-boycott, more., 06/23/2009
ARTNET NEWS. Airborne monument to Harvey Milk, CAA cuts, RISD cuts, more., 05/14/2009
>LITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT by Alexandra Anderson-Spivy. The Brothers Quay, Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt and John Evans, Robert Kinmont and Jacques Henri Lartigue., 05/12/2009
ART MARKET WATCH. The Alice Lawrence and Hillman Family collections., 11/06/2008
GOTHAM ART & THEATER by Elisabeth Kley. Group shows galore, at Gavin Brown, Maccarone, Matthew Marks, Greene Naftali, Moti Hasson, D’Amelio Terras and Canada., 08/04/2008
ART MARKET WATCH. $1.9 million for MOCA L.A. at Phillips, plus day sales at Christie’s and Sotheby’s, and a note on Sotheby’s stock price., 05/16/2008
RUNNING, JUMPING, STANDING STILL by Charlie Finch. Nobility and vigor in Elizabeth Peyton’s new works., 04/21/2008
Where Are All the Women? by Jerry Saltz. On MoMA’s identity politics., 11/26/2007
FROM A TO Z by Phyllis Tuchman. "All the More Real" at the Parrish Art Museum, 09/27/2007
Art Market Watch. Christie’s "First Open" tests the contemporary market boom., 09/11/2007
BIRDS OF PARADISE by N.F. Karlins. "Justin McCarthy" at the two-year old GoggleWorks Center for the Arts in downtown Reading, Pa., 07/30/2007
PUSSY POWER by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. "WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution" at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles., 03/23/2007
MIAMI HEAT by Walter Robinson. The art business swings for the fences at Art Basel Miami Beach., 12/08/2006
WHERE THE GIRLS AREN'T by Jerry Saltz. In the art world, the prime real estate is still a men's club. Plus, Catherine Opie., 10/02/2006
PORTRAIT AMERICA by N.F. Karlins. The Smithsonian reopens its American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery., 07/07/2006
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