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Spencer’s Art Law Journal. Buying and Selling Antiquities in Today’s Market by William G. Pearlstein, 07/17/2012
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
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
artnet Auctions présente la vente Off the Wall: Graffiti and Street Art., 06/15/2012
Art Basel 2012, 06/14/2012
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
Expositions autour de la rue Saint-Claude à Paris, 06/04/2012
Philadelphia Museum of Art ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA by Emily Nathan. Sol LeWitt, "Gauguin, Cezanne, Matisse," Winslow Homer, Duchamp's Large Glass and more at the Philadelphia Museum of Art., 05/11/2012
Party Pictures FRIEZE WARM-UP. In advance of the art fairs, a quick look at some gallery and museum shows not to be missed, 05/03/2012
Close Encounters THE 4TH ANNUAL DALLAS ART FAIR by Linda Yablonsky. Almost 80 galleries gathered in the Big D for a Texas-style art fair., 05/01/2012
Carol Brown Goldberg AT THE CENTER by Donald Kuspit. Carol Brown Goldberg’s abstract painting, currently on view at the Gabarron Foundation’s Carriage House in New York, in art historical perspective., 04/26/2012
ARTNET NEWS. The Third San Juan Poly/Graphic Triennial, 04/16/2012
Tennessee Williams STELLA AND HER STARS by Tony Fitzpatrick. Tony Fitzpatrick pays homage to the great American playwright, Tennessee Williams, who wrote insightful and empathetic roles for women that have no equal., 04/12/2012
NYC20 MICHAEL BRUNO ON THE NEW 1STDIBS FAIR by Brook S. Mason. A conversation with the founder of 1stdibs on the NYC20 art and design fair, opening Apr. 12-15, 2012., 04/10/2012
Berenice Abbott au Jeu de Paume, Paris, 04/05/2012
Pedro E. Guerrero PHOTOGRAPHS OF MODERN LIFE by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. A show of the architectural photographs of 91-year-old Pedro E. Guerrero focuses on Wright, Calder and Nevelson., 04/05/2012
Art Law READING THE TEA LEAVES IN THE KNOEDLER MESS by Daniel Grant. Caught up in an FBI investigation and numerous lawsuits, the now-defunct Knoedler & Company gallery and its former director face a long slog., 04/03/2012
NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS. Herb Ritts, Heinrich Kuehn, Alex Katz prints, Daido Moriyama, Cai Guo-Qiang, Rashid Johnson, Stefan Sagmeister, Kraftwerk, Julie Mehretu, Katharina Wulff, Durer's drawings, Japanese woodblock prints, African American Art since the Harlem Renaissance, more., 04/02/2012
AIPAD Photo Show ALL THE ACTION AT AIPAD by Rachel Corbett. Strolling the halls at the 32nd annual AIPAD photography fair., 03/30/2012
MARIA PERGAY, DAL FABBRO, & THE 1STDIBS DESIGN FAIR by Brook S. Mason. It’s all about 81-year-old designer Maria Pergay. Plus, Mario Dal Fabbro at Maison Gerard, the 1stdibs design fair, and celadon seating from Hun-Chung Lee., 03/29/2012
Ceramics in L.A. FEATS OF CLAY by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. Tempests about teapots? The real story of avant-garde Los Angeles ceramics, via two exhibitions sponsored by the Getty’s PST initiative., 03/27/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Red Grooms’ Baseball Fiasco, 03/27/2012
>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. Brooklyn Museum Honors Women Artists, 03/05/2012
Frank Horvat sur les Enchères en ligne artnet., 03/01/2012
Artnet TV FRANK HORVAT. An Interview with Frank Horvat, 02/29/2012
John Chamberlain JUNKYARD BLUES Feb. 24, 2012. “John Chamberlain: Choices” at the Guggenheim Museum., 02/24/2012
Palm Springs THE PALM SPRINGS FINE ART FAIR by Deborah Ripley. Rick Friedman and the Hamptons Expo Group bring their fine art fair to the Palm Springs oasis in California., 02/22/2012
Résultats des ventes 2011 artnet Auctions., 02/17/2012
Art Market Watch LONDON SALES OF CONTEMPORARY ART by Jessica Mizrachi. Tweeting the results of the Richterrific sales and Baconfidence at the auctions in London., 02/17/2012
Yayoi Kusama THE LAST WORD by Rachel Corbett. A new memoir by the eccentric 82-year-old, 02/15/2012
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
Football HOW SUPER IS THE SUPER BOWL? by Charlie Finch. Cultural ignorance and Super Bowl kitsch, Mitt Romney’s antiseptic robotism, NYPD thuggery against OWS and more., 02/07/2012
Tous les chevaliers sauvages de Pacôme Thiellement, édité chez Philippe Rey. Par Alexandre Devaux., 02/06/2012
American Folk Art Museum PLUCKED OR PLUCKY? THE AFAM MARKS ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY by N.F. Karlins. With no debt and a new board, the troubled American Folk Art Museum reviews its first 50 years with “Jubilation / Rumination: Life, Real and Imagined.”, 01/24/2012
POLLOCK/WARHOL 2012 by Charlie Finch. Jackson Pollock and Andy Warhol -- they have more in common than you might think., 01/23/2012
Art Market Watch BAKU IN LONDON AND PRINTS IN NEW YORK by Jessica Mizrachi., 01/18/2012
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
Thomas Olbricht à la Maison Rouge. Par Alain Dreyfus., 01/10/2012
NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS. Jennifer Bolande, Zoe Strauss, Picasso’s drawings, Dana Schutz, Enrico David, Djuna Barnes, Annie Leibovitz, Frank Gaard, Rabindranath Tagore, more., 01/03/2012
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
David Ellis FAST AND FURIOUS by Walter Robinson. Street Artist David Ellis kicks creativity up a notch in his new show at Joshua Liner Gallery., 12/22/2011
Frank Horvat en vidéo chez artnet. par Alexandre Devaux., 12/21/2011
Art Market Watch ANTIQUITES, VELAZQUEZ AND FRANK SINATRA by Jessica Mizrachi. Antiquities sales at Christie's and Sotheby's in New York, Old Masters sales in London, and some paintings at auction by Frank Sinatra., 12/12/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Tough Road Ahead For Abu Dhabi Art, 12/12/2011
Sloan Schaffer TEN QUESTIONS FOR SLOAN SCHAFFER by Brook S. Mason. Miami dealer and collector Sloan Schaffer, proprietor of 101/exhibit, is currently on a roll., 12/08/2011
Close Encounters THE ART WORLD NAMING BLIGHT by Linda Yablonsky. From Jorge M. Pérez to Stephen A. Schwartzman, the One Percent loves to slap its brand on public institutions., 12/07/2011
Miami Art Week SALES HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE ART FAIRS. A round-up of what sold at Art Basel Miami Beach, Pulse Miami, Art Miami and more, 12/06/2011
Art Basel Miami Beach SAY HELLO TO THE IPHONE ART FAIR by Walter Robinson. Collecting art via smart phones, plus David Cohen, Frank Bernarducci, Amanda Coulson, Jorge Perez, Jennifer Rubell, Andy Warhol, Barbara Kruger, David Salle, Eric Fischl, Martha Friedman, Larry Gagosian and more., 12/01/2011
Art Market Watch SECRETS OF THE FINE ART FUNDS by Daniel Grant. Wealthy investors are increasingly turning to fine art funds – and the top funds are reporting some very encouraging rates of return., 11/22/2011


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