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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
Michael Goedhuis DEBUTING CHINESE INK PAINTING AT THE SAATCHI GALLERY by Brook S. Mason. The Dutch-born, London-based art dealer Michael Goedhuis talks about the new show of Chinese art he organized for Charles Saatchi in London., 06/20/2012
>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
Arthur Solway BRINGING THE WEST TO THE EAST by Barbara Pollack. An interview with New York art dealer Arthur Solway, who lives in Shanghai, where he runs the James Cohan Gallery, 05/22/2012
Barnes Foundation MEET THE NEW BARNES: SAME AS THE OLD BARNES -- ONLY BETTER by Jerry Saltz. Art-police and purists: prepare to wad panties into black holes., 05/22/2012
Antico A REDISCOVERED RENAISSANCE MASTER N.F. Karlins. Renaissance bronzes by Italian sculptor Antico (ca. 1455 - 1528) at the Frick Collection., 05/10/2012
Gallery Shows NYC THE NEW YORK LIST, 4/27/2012 by Emily Nathan. New gallery exhibitions in New York of works by Ernesto Neto, Tony Matelli, Audrey Flack, John Beech and Lorraine O’Grady., 04/27/2012
While Condé Nast argued in court for the dismissal of Peter Paul Biro’s libel lawsuit, Biro's attorney sought to step up the claims against the media empire and the New Yorker., 04/24/2012
Mel Bochner CONSTELLATION OF IDEAS by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. In “Theory of Sculpture: Fontana’s Light,” Mel Bochner revisits his early Conceptual Art pieces through a lens of bright glass., 04/17/2012
Gallery Shows L.A. THE LOS ANGELES LIST, 4/12/2012 by Emily Nathan. From a trip to L.A., reviews of Dasha Shishkin, Elizabeth Peyton, Jonas Wood, Sarah Braman, Kelly Poe Holly Coulis., 04/12/2012
Ugo Rondinone DISTILLED SPIRITS by Ilka Scobie. Artist Ugo Rondinone curates “The Spirit Level” at both New York spaces of Gladstone Gallery., 04/12/2012
>Rammellzee NOW, VOYAGER by Carlo McCormick. A Hip-Hop genius and artistic pioneer, Rammellzee conjured another universe far more magical than our own., 04/10/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Life After the Whitney Biennial, 04/06/2012
>Whitney Biennial 2012 ROMPER ROOM by Charlie Finch. Is the 2012 Whitney Biennial so fake it makes your skin crawl?, 03/23/2012
FIVE STAGES OF CONFERENCE GRIEF (WITH APOLOGIES TO ELISABETH KUBLER-ROSS). In which our writer attends a three-day-long Philadelphia conference for Warhol Foundation / Creative Capital grantees to listen to lectures, gather in breakout sessions and schmooze over meals., 03/20/2012
Mono-ha TENSION AND RESTRAINT by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. At Blum & Poe in Los Angeles, an unprecedented show of works by the Japanese artists of "Mono-ha," or "School of Things.", 03/14/2012
THE STEINS COLLECT: AN IRREVERENT REPORT by Michèle C. Cone. The history of 20th-century art was written on the walls of their homes by Leo, Gertrude, Michael and Sarah Stein., 03/07/2012
Whitney Biennial 2012 RISKY SITUATIONS by Emily Nathan The Whitney Museum of American Art unveils its signature show, the Whitney Biennial, Mar. 1-May 27, 2012., 02/28/2012
The Ungovernables THE NEW CAPITAL: A CHEAT SHEET. It’s here! “The Ungovernables,” brings 34 young artists and art groups from around the world to the New Museum Triennial., 02/13/2012
NYC Gallery Shows THE NEW YORK LIST, 2/10/2012 by Emily Nathan. Jon Kessler, Alec Soth, Kay Rosen, Anne Truitt, Terry Winters, Willie Doherty, Mary Corse and Zimoun., 02/10/2012
Mike Kelley THE PERVERSE MASTER by Jerry Saltz. RIP Mike Kelley, 1954-2012, who turned L.A. foreboding into an all-out acrimonious art of darkness., 02/02/2012
Jean Dubuffet QUIXOTIC QUICKSAND? JEAN DUBUFFET'S "GROUNDLESS" PAINTINGS by Donald Kuspit. In his final years, the 80-year-old Jean Dubuffet continued his experiments with elevating street art to high art., 01/31/2012
THE NEW YORK LIST, 1/26/2012 by Emily Nathan. Klara Lidén, Slater Bradley, Gerald Ferguson, Ben Schumacher, Danica Phelps, Ian Tweedy, Hannah Barrett, more, 01/26/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Gertrude Stein Show Prompts Censor, 01/12/2012
CRAZY FRANK IN THE BIG WORLD by Tony Fitzpatrick. Tony Fitzpatrick pays homage to his long-lost pal Crazy Frank, a violent man more akin to an ape than a human., 12/29/2011
Mickey Cartin THE REBBE by Charlie Finch. A New York collector with eclectic taste and an almost Talmudic attachment to language., 12/19/2011
Jean-Luc Moulène MINIMUM OPUS by Rachel Corbett. Dia:Beacon takes its chances with a little-known French sculptor and photographer in a sprawling new year-long exhibition., 12/19/2011
Francis Picabia GORGONS IN DISGUISE: PICABIA’S WOMEN by Donald Kuspit. Alarmingly charming, Picabia’s late works, now at Michael Werner gallery, registered the fall of aristocratic modernism and the rise of mass culture., 12/13/2011
PLAY IT AGAIN, RAGNAR by Jerry Saltz. Jerry Saltz on Ragnar Kjartansson's 12-hour operatic performance Bliss, commissioned by Performa '11., 11/30/2011
Sherrie Levine IT’S PAYBACK TIME by Jerry Saltz. Sherrie Levine’s retrospective at the Whitney Museum turns a very cold eye on the gender dynamics of the art world., 11/21/2011
Jake and Dinos Chapman SHOCK AND AWE by Emily Nathan. Utopia and fascism -- YBA Jake Chapman in conversation with Sir Norman Rosenthal at the 92nd Street Y., 10/31/2011
Kalup Linzy LONDON FRIEZE OUT? by Rachel Corbett. After a cool reception to his Frieze week performance, Kalup Linzy talks London vs. New York, the revival of his soul-singer persona Taiwan and what's next for his collaboration with James Franco., 10/17/2011
Close Encounters SAVAGERY AND SUBTERFUGE IN PHILADELPHIA by Linda Yablonsky. Rob Wynne at Locks Gallery and Charline von Heyl at the Philadelphia ICA., 09/27/2011
ReMap Athens ATHENIAN RHAPSODY by Kimberly Bradley. Athens' "ReMap 3" is a neighborhood art fest -- or "temporary art squat" -- that brings art hope to a beleaguered national consciousness., 09/19/2011
An interview with Eve Sussman FILMING THE INVISIBLE by Emily Nathan. On the eve of her opening at Cristin Tierney Gallery in Chelsea, Eve Sussman sits down with Artnet to discuss her new epic film., 09/14/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Performa 11, Bigger Than Ever, 09/13/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Sluice, the Anti-Frieze Art Fair, 09/08/2011
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. Is a Right of First Refusal an Offer You Can't Refuse? If It's in Writing, Most Probably, by Amy J. Goldrich, Esq., 09/02/2011
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. Is a Right of First Refusal an Offer You Can't Refuse? If It's in Writing, Most Probably, by Amy J. Goldrich, Esq., 09/02/2011
THE RADIO SWAN by Tony Fitzpatrick. Tony Fitzpatrick pays homage to his father, an Irish war hero who practiced tough love., 07/29/2011
"Talk to Me" OH, SHUT UP by Walter Robinson. The Museum of Modern Art has a summer blockbuster in its new design department show, "Talk to Me.", 07/14/2011
GATES OF LIGHT & THE HUMAN COMEDY by Donald Kuspit. Lyonel Feininger’s double vision, in "Lyonel Feininger: At the Edge of the World" at the Whitney Museum., 07/12/2011
Peter Nadin THE MUSE OF OLD FIELD FARM by Linda Yablonsky. For Catskill farmer Peter Nadin, an artist and poet who left New York 20 years ago, art finds form in agriculture., 07/07/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Art Moscow Readies Fall Lineup, 06/27/2011
Venice Biennale GENERATION BLANK by Jerry Saltz. The beautiful, cerebral, ultimately content-free creations of art’s well-schooled young lions., 06/24/2011
Bushwick Art Scene FOR LOVE OF THE GAME by Emily Nathan. Bushwick's eight leading galleries support the neighborhood's burgeoning community of New York's hottest new artists., 06/22/2011
Venice Biennale CLOSE ENCOUNTERS by Linda Yablonsky. Beyond the Tintorettos at the 54th Venice Biennale., 06/13/2011
THE MAP OF MERCY by Tony Fitzpatrick. Tony Fitzpatrick pays homage to the unsung heroes upon whose back our country was built., 06/01/2011
MIDDLE EAST REPORT by Nazy Nazhand. The Arab art community comes together in April for the fifth edition of Art Dubai, the 10th Sharjah Biennial and the launch of Dubai Art Week., 05/24/2011
Jasper Johns JOHNUMENTS by Charlie Finch. Sexy new copper, silver and aluminum sculptures by Jasper Johns at Matthew Marks Gallery., 05/16/2011

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