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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
>30 SOMETHIN' by Charlie Finch. Bridging the gap between the baby boomers and the new digital generation., 06/21/2012
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
Documenta 13 HELICOPTER RIDES COURTESY CRITICAL ART ENSEMBLE by Rachel Corbett. Realizing "A Public Misery Message: A Temporary Monument to Global Economic Inequality" at Documenta 13, 06/08/2012
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
Documenta (13) IT’S GOING TO BE HUGE by Jerry Saltz. Documenta 13, biennials, art fairs and art’s chronic gigantism., 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
ARTNET NEWS. NYPD Frees "I Love NY" Bomber, 05/24/2012
Art Market Watch NEW YORK AUCTIONS OF AMERICAN ART by Jessica Mizrachi. Totals of $27.2 million at Christie's and $34.8 million at Sotheby's sales of American art., 05/23/2012
Artnet TV LIZ MAGIC LASER: THE DIGITAL FACE by Emily Nathan. Liz Magic Laser's The Digital Face at the McKittrick Hotel for the Calder Foundation's "Oh, you mean cellophane and all that crap," May 5, 2012., 05/07/2012
Frieze Projects 2012 STEP OUTSIDE by Emily Nathan. The eight artist commissions for this year’s Frieze Projects, curated by Cecilia Alemani, stand out amidst an otherwise business-as-usual art fair., 05/04/2012
Cultural Olympiad 2012 ART AT THE HEART OF THE GAME by Emily Nathan. The first-ever Cultural Olympiad, held in conjunction with London’s 2012 Olympic Games, brings 12,000 cultural events by 25,000 international artists to the U.K., 05/02/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Saltz, NY, 05/01/2012
Affinities and Enchantments: CAROL BROWN GOLDBERG’S DRAWINGS by Donald Kuspit. Carol Brown Goldberg’s hand at drawing is as deft, swift and masterful as the medium’s masters -- Matisse, Dürer and Rembrandt., 04/26/2012
>THE FAILURE OF COOPER UNION by Charlie Finch. A personal view of the legendary East Village school, founded to offer a tuition-free education., 04/26/2012
>GOODBYE JACKIE by Charlie Finch. RIP Jackie McAllister, 1962-2012, artist, curator and critic, from complications of a stroke., 04/23/2012
Art Dealer’s Diary FAIR FATIGUE AT ART COLOGNE 2012 by Kenny Schachter. Along with a few kudos, a generally dyspeptic view of Art Cologne 46, Apr. 18-22, 2012., 04/23/2012
LOST ANGEL by Tony Fitzpatrick. Art fairs, biennials, the “art-world clown car” and a bold proposal for Chicago’s new cultural plan., 04/12/2012
>IS BLACK ART TOO KITSCHY? by Charlie Finch. African-American artists, now finally in some form of ascendancy, have used ornament for a new burst of visual expression., 04/12/2012
Gallery Shows NYC THE NEW YORK LIST, 4/4/2012 by Emily Nathan. Nari Ward, Jacqueline Humphries, Alex Bag and Patterson Beckwith, Moyra Davey, Ron Gorchov, Shannon Plumb., 04/05/2012
Art Law THE KNOEDLER-ROSALES CASE: A DEALER'S DEFENSE by Daniel Grant. Art dealer Ann Freedman arguments in the case of the Knoedler-Rosales forgery allegations., 04/04/2012
BABE by Tony Fitzpatrick. An homage to Lou Beach, “one of our greatest living collagists.”, 03/27/2012
>Whitney Biennial 2012 ROMPER ROOM by Charlie Finch. Is the 2012 Whitney Biennial so fake it makes your skin crawl?, 03/23/2012
>Zhang Jian LOOKING ON by Charlie Finch. The liberty of looking at one painting -- Zhang Jian's Chang-An Street at Martha Sutherland Fine Arts., 03/20/2012
>WHEN A GOOD PAINTER GOES BAD by Charlie Finch. When the lemmings head to the sea, be a seagull -- Stella Michaels, Albert Oehlen and Native American art dealer John Molloy., 03/16/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Boston Artists War With Defense Contractors, 03/16/2012
ARTNET NEWS. TEFAF 2012: The 25th Anniversary, 03/14/2012
>CHARLES SPURRIER: A HISTORY by Charlie Finch. New works by Charles Spurrier at New York’s Margaret Thatcher Projects., 03/13/2012
Puerto Rico Sun WHOLE LOTTA PAIN by Pedro Vélez. “Vividos / Vividos,” a show addressing brutal personal truths, at the Museo de Arte de Caguas in Puerto Rico., 03/06/2012
Mel Ramos AMERICAN DREAM GIRLS by Donald Kuspit. Mel Ramos is an ironical dialectician, and a social moralist and critical realist despite himself., 03/05/2012
>Artnet News MARCH ART-FAIR MADNESS IN NYC. It’s not just “Armory Week.” At least 10 art fairs are coming to New York this month., 03/02/2012
Whitney Biennial A VERY SHORT HISTORY OF THE WHITNEY BIENNIAL by Charlie Finch. Gaping back down memory lane for the Whitney Biennial high points, or any points for that matter., 02/28/2012
Savannah Dispatch THE FRED WILSON TREATMENT by Emily Nathan. In advance of his upcoming exhibition at New York's Pace Gallery next month, artist Fred Wilson intervenes at the Savannah College of Art and Design's newly renovated museum., 02/27/2012
GIACOMETTI AND GERRI DAVIS by Charle Finch. Musings on unsettlement, and the paring down of life in the approach to brokenness and death., 02/27/2012
Un itinéraire d’expositions d’art contemporain dans le quartier de Belleville, février-mars-avril 2012. Par Joel Riff., 02/24/2012
Adel Abdessemed STRIKE LIKE A BUTCHER WITHOUT HATE by Emily Nathan. The Algerian-born, Paris-based artist Adel Abdessemed debuts a striking new body of work at David Zwirner gallery., 02/24/2012
STAR FOR A RADIO DEVIL by Tony Fitzpatrick. Tony Fitzpatrick on the joy of drawing "wise-ass, hot-foot, flaming-bag-of-dog-shit-on-your-porch" devils -- and not just to piss people off., 02/17/2012
Metropolitan Museum THE TWO KOCHS by Charlie Finch. The cunning elites and the democratic plaza at the Metropolitan Museum of Art., 02/08/2012
Venice Biennale MASSI ON MY MIND by Jerry Saltz. As Massimiliano Gioni takes over, new hope for the Venice Biennale., 02/01/2012
Anthony Haden-Guest THE HATED GUEST by Charlie Finch. Famed scribe Anthony Haden-Guest hosts a benefit for his efforts to recover the contents of his storage locker., 01/30/2012
ARTNET NEWS. New move in Gordon v. McGinley, 01/30/2012
Jordan Wolfson THE SEMITE, SMITTEN by Emily Nathan. The young artist’s new CGI animated video, featuring a schizoid character unofficially called “The Jew,” goes on view at uptown hotspot Alex Zachary Peter Currie., 01/27/2012
Old Masters PJ's PICKS IN THE NEW YORK OLD MASTER AUCTIONS by Paul Jeromack. Peter Paul Rubens, Frans Hals, Gerrit Dou, Hubert Robert, Ambrosius Bosschaert, Charles-Antoine Coypel, Sandro Botticelli, more., 01/24/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Indiana Artists Get In On Superbowl Tourism, 01/24/2012
Chelsea Stroll THE BLACK BOX by Charlie Finch. An amble through the art district, with Murad Khan Mumtaz, Kim MacConnel and "Diggers.", 01/17/2012
Diary of an Art Star EXCLUSIVE! AN INTERVIEW WITH HANKSY by Reverend Jen. Who is "Hanksy," the mysterious new artist taking the Lower East Side by storm? Reverend Jen has the exclusive report., 01/13/2012
New Art OVERLOAD by Charlie Finch. Stonehenge, the Beach Boys, and new art by Erik den Breejen at Freight & Volume and Janet Malcolm at Lorie Bookstein Fine Art., 01/06/2012
Work of Art SUCKLORD’S ACTION FIGURE by Jerry Saltz. The critic reviews his portrait -- Jerry Saltz on Sucklord’s Important Art Critic: Defender of Taste and Culture., 01/04/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Art Benefits for January 2012, 01/04/2012
Work of Art THE DRAMA’S DONE by Jerry Saltz. Jerry Saltz looks back on a year’s worth of judging Work of Art, Bravo TV’s reality series., 12/29/2011

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