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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
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
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
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
>Art Market Watch MUSINGS ON THE ART MARKET by Asher Edelman. Although the art market has outperformed other markets for the last 15 years, we need to proceed carefully., 05/23/2012
ARTNET NEWS. A Philip Roth cease and desist, protests greet BMW Guggenheim Lab in Berlin, Met finally gets Brooke Astor bequest, expanded Stedelijk debuts in September 2012., 04/03/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Ann Goldstein Debuts Expanded Stedelijk, 04/03/2012
Art Market Watch ASIA WEEK NEW YORK 2012 by Jessica Mizrachi. Sotheby’s, Christie’s, Doyle, Bonhams -- more than $120 million in Asia Week auctions in New York., 03/27/2012
MAGIC AMID THE MONEY by Jerry Saltz. Reject the market. Embrace the market. How I’ve found new magic amid all that money., 03/26/2012
THE NEW YORK LIST, 3/23/2012 by Emily Nathan. Henry Taylor, Hans Breder, David Lynch, Jim Shaw, Hernan Bas, Todd James, Mona Kuhn, Grayson Cox., 03/23/2012
>John Newman CHAMBERED NAUTILUS by Charlie Finch. Grabbing a seashell conceit to hold onto the new works by sculptor John Newman at Tibor de Nagy Gallery., 03/21/2012
ARTNET NEWS. 800 Works Donated to Whitney, Pompidou, 03/16/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Boston artists fight defense contractor, Francesca Woodman at the Guggenheim, a major gift for the Whitney and the Pompidou, and the actress who played Jan Brady gets an art show, 03/16/2012
Ellen Harvey THE NUDIST MUSEUM GIFT SHOP by Jane Dickson. Visitors enter Ellen Harvey's gleeful Nudist Museum the same way they exit -- through the gift shop., 03/15/2012
>CHARLES SPURRIER: A HISTORY by Charlie Finch. New works by Charles Spurrier at New York’s Margaret Thatcher Projects., 03/13/2012
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. Nahmads Say They Don’t Own Contested Modigliani, 03/05/2012
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
Ouattara Watts HEAD OVER HEELS by Walter Robinson. Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld presents 15 new paintings by Ouattara Watts at a provisional space in the far West Village., 02/14/2012
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
Arte Fiera 2012 DOWN BUT NOT OUT by Mark Kostabi. This time around, Arte Fiera in Bologna was better for the flaneurs than the dealers., 02/08/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Law Students Sue Christo, 02/02/2012
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. Beach Boys Cease-and-Desist, 01/30/2012
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
Old Masters SUFFERING OF THE BODY by Paul Jeromack. London dealer Sam Fogg brings an unusual selection of medieval panel paintings to Richard L. Feigen & Co., 01/23/2012
Wint-O-Green Moth FOR ETTA JAMES by Tony Fitzpatrick. Etta James' baby face and angel's voice are gone, and winter settles down in Chicago., 01/23/2012
John Chamberlain AUTOPILOT by Charlie Finch. RIP John Chamberlain, 1927-2011, second generation Abstract Expressionist artist widely known for his car-crash sculptures., 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
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
ARTNET NEWS. Voina Art Activist Escapes from Russian Jail, 12/07/2011
Jack Early FOREVER AND TODAY by Elisabeth Kley. Less is often more in Jack Early's film, What To Do with a Drunken Soldier?, at Forever & Young in Chinatown., 12/05/2011
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
THE ATLANTIC CITY MOTH by Tony Fitzpatrick. Tony Fitzpatrick on the fate of New Jersey's Atlantic City., 11/30/2011
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
Joseph Nahmad NAHMAD EMPIRE EXPANDS INTO CONTEMPORARY ART. Say hello to 21-year-old Joseph Nahmad, who is spurning his family's Impressionist and modern art business in favor of contemporary art., 11/14/2011
Art Market Watch OCCUPY LICHTENSTEIN by Charlie Finch. What does Christie's sale of another record-breaking Lichtenstein mean to the One Percent?, 11/11/2011
Cecil Beaton STYLE KING IN NEW YORK by Alexandra Anderson-Spivy. Cecil Beaton’s years gamboling among Manhattan’s A-List celebrities come to life at the Museum of the City of New York., 11/11/2011
Art Market Watch A GOOD $71.2 MILLION AT PHILLIPS DE PURY by Rachel Corbett. Phillips de Pury contemporary art evening sale pushes into the big leagues -- and raises $2.7 mil for the Guggenheim Museum., 11/08/2011
Art Los Angeles GO WEST, YOUNG ART FAIR by Pedro Vélez. The third edition of Art Los Angeles Contemporary, Jan. 19-22, 2012, marked by West Coast élan, brought 70 international exhibitors and plenty of star power to the Santa Monica Airport’s Barker Hanger., 11/03/2011
Vincent Desiderio PITILESS PATHOLOGY: VINCENT DESIDERIOS PAINTINGS by Donald Kuspit. In his new show at Marlborough Chelsea, painter Vincent Desiderio considers the indecent human story., 10/18/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Poster Boy Show Must Go On, 10/14/2011
Willem de Kooning BEAUTY AND THE BEASTLY ARTIST: WILLEM DE KOONING'S DESTRUCTIVENESS by Donald Kuspit. Who is de Kooning's woman? An essay on the occasion of "De Kooning: A Retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art., 10/06/2011
"Living as Form" ART & POLITICS, 2011. An Interview with Creative Time curator Nato Thompson, 09/26/2011
HUD'S GIRL by Tony Fitzpatrick. Tony Fitzpatrick pays homage to actress Patricia Neal -- a woman, 09/23/2011
Layla Love LIFT THE VEILS THAT CLOUD THE BEAUTY THAT SURROUNDS by Anthony Haden-Guest. Photographer Layla Love and the 11-11-11 PeaceLink live benefit in Culver City., 09/16/2011
“Buried Treasure” WIN AT KENO! by Charlie Finch. Take a gander at “Buried Treasure” on Fox, the new antiques roadshow starring Leigh and Leslie Keno., 09/06/2011
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
WINKLEMANIA UP CLOSE by Charlie Finch. Minor art-world phenomenon Ed Winkleman, representative of most “second-tier” New York galleries, discusses the current state of dealer affairs and his hopes for the future., 08/08/2011

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