Jackson Pollock  (American, 1912-1956) 

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NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS. “Posters of Paris,” “Made in L.A.,” Jasper John prints, Ellsworth Kelly plants, George Bellows, “Visions of Arcadia,” David Shrigley, Josiah McElheny, Amanda Ross-Ho, “Signs and Symbols,” Richard Diebenkorn, more., 06/01/2012
Art Market Watch CHRISTIE'S CONTEMPORARY DOES A RECORD $388 MILLION. On auctioneer Christopher Burge's final night at the podium, a historic sale with no less than 11 new auction records., 05/08/2012
Frieze New York GUIDE TO THE NEW FRIEZE WEEK NY By Rachel Corbett. An all new week of spring art events is upon us with the inauguration of Frieze New York. Don’t miss the action with this guide to Frieze, the satellite fairs, the auctions and beyond., 04/25/2012
Artnet News CONDÉ NAST FIGHTS TO DISMISS LIBEL LAWSUIT By Rachel Corbett
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
CONTROLLED BELLIGERENCE by Elisabeth Kley. A new exhibition of Christopher Wool’s silkscreens on canvas at the Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris., 04/18/2012
Lagrange v. Knoedler LAWYERS CHASE ELUSIVE FIGURE IN KNOEDLER LAWSUIT by Rachel Corbett. Lawyers for Pierre Lagrange, buyer of a $17 mil possibly fake Jackson Pollock from Knoedler & Co., have turned their attention to gallery owner Michael Hammer, a big fish who has managed thus far to stay mostly under the surface., 04/18/2012
ARTNET NEWS. The Third San Juan Poly/Graphic Triennial, 04/16/2012
>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
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
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
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
"The Ungovernables" BIG-GOVERNMENT CONSERVATIVES by Jerry Saltz. Jerry Saltz on why the New Museum's triennial survey needs a dollop of anarchy., 03/02/2012
Résultats des ventes 2011 artnet Auctions., 02/17/2012
John Cage CAGED IN 2012 by Charlie Finch. Charlie Finch ponders the legacy of pioneering composer John Cage on the centennial of his birth., 01/31/2012
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 ARTNET AUCTIONS 2011: A YEAR OF TOP LOTS by Jessica Mizrachi. The highlights of 2011's Artnet Auctions, for those of you who haven't yet started taking note of the haps in online art sales., 01/18/2012
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
Danser sa vie au Centre Pompidou en vidéo. Par Alain Dreyfus., 12/27/2011
ARTNET NEWS. FBI Investigates Ab-Ex Dealer, Knoedler’s Closes, 12/07/2011
CONTEMPT: STILL VS. RICHTER by Charlie Finch. Are there two more mediocre apostles of abstract painting than Clyfford Still and Gerhard Richter?, 11/22/2011
Roberto Matta THE GREATNESS OF MATTA by Donald Kuspit. Cosmic magnificence and colorful munificence in enormous abstractions by Roberto Matta at Pace Gallery., 11/18/2011
AFTERNOON DELIGHT by Charlie Finch. Pollock at McCoy Gallery, Harvey Quaytman at McKee, Erwin Blumenfeld at Houk and the Knickerbocker Club., 11/14/2011
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
WARHOL FOUNDATION TO QUIT AUTHENTICATING WORKS by Rachel Corbett. After spending millions on legal battles with the owners of rejected Warhols, the foundation dissolves its powerful authentication board., 10/20/2011
“De Kooning: A Retrospective” DEFINITIVE by Jerry Saltz. At MoMA, the full, amazing, ever-evolving, never-retreating story of Willem de Kooning., 09/26/2011
Ida Ekblad ARCANE ABSTRACTIONS by Emily Nathan. Norwegian artist Ida Ekblad’s exhibition of new paintings and sculptures at Greene Naftali Gallery., 09/23/2011
Willem de Kooning MAKING SENSE OF DE KOONING by Charlie Finch "De Kooning: A Retrospective" comes to the Museum of Modern Art., 09/21/2011
Art Market Watch HERBERT MATTER PHOTOGRAPHS ON ARTNET AUCTIONS by Christopher Sweet. Photograms, darkroom abstractions, nudes and fashion images from New York School photographer Herbert Matter., 09/16/2011
Clyfford Still Museum STILL THE ONE by Peter Plagens. Abstract Expressionist Clyfford Still, the self-proclaimed master of the monumental sublime, finally gets his own namesake museum., 09/15/2011
NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS. Helmut Newton, Fabergé, Chitra Ganesh, George Herms, Spiral, "Talk to Me" design at MoMA, Frans Hals, TASS posters, more, 09/01/2011
WEEKEND UPDATE by Walter Robinson. The new Parrish, artMRKT, Ned Smyth, Alexis Laurent, Mark Borghi, Richard Prince, “Nose Job,” Dorothea Rockburne, Russell Young, more., 07/22/2011
Femme Power GENDER ON CANVAS by Elizabeth Kley. Gender-bending creativity runs amok in a three-artist exhibition curated by Rhizome executive director Lauren Cornell., 07/11/2011
ARTNET NEWS. The Physics of Jackson Pollock, 07/08/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Questions about Serpentine benefit art auction, Otterness lions rejected for Battery Park library, Pollock physics, Calder in Paris, Rockwell at the White House, Mottola gallery, more, 07/08/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Stanford Gets Anderson Collection, 06/15/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Inside the Rockefeller Art Scandal, 06/09/2011
James Grashow: CARDBOARD BERNINI by Donald Kuspit. James Grashow's "Corrugated Fountain," designed for obsolescence (like all art in the modern world?), at Allan Stone Gallery, 03/30/2011
Pollock's Mural: A CLEAR CHOICE? by Donald Kuspit. Go ahead and sell Jackson Pollock's $150-million Mural and use the proceeds for a scholarship fund., 02/24/2011
>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
SCHEHERAZADE by Charlie Finch. A few thoughts on the appointment of Lindsay Pollock as editor of Art in America magazine.., 01/05/2011
>THE OLD IS NEW AGAIN by Jerry Saltz. Paintings you can’t miss at MoMA’s historic Abstract Expressionism show., 11/17/2010
ART MARKET WATCH. Christie’s post-war and contemporary sale totals $272.9 million, 11/11/2010
LONDON DISPATCH by Laura K. Jones. Frieze Week, with Damien Hirst, Paul McCarthy, Des Hughes, Ryan McGinley, Ai Weiwei, "House of the Noble Man," more., 10/22/2010
HERE COMES FRIEZE WEEK. The posh, the cool and the macabre during Frieze Week in London., 10/08/2010
TWENTY TOP SHOWS IN U.S. MUSEUMS, 10/04/2010
ROLL TAPE by Ben Davis. Zilvinas Kempinas’ "post-minimalist disco dungeon," Ballroom., 09/27/2010
>THE GREAT REGRESSION by Jerry Saltz. Dan Colen is making 2007 art in 2010., 09/27/2010
ARTNET INSIDER by Rosetta Stone. Marianne Boesky, Liao Yibai, Damien Hirst, Robert Rauschenberg, Loretta Howard, Mac Premo, Arlene Shechet, more., 09/24/2010
>WEEKEND UPDATE by Walter Robinson. Dan Colen, Pipilotti Rist, Louise Bourgeois & Tracey Emin, Mark Newson, Anselm Reyle skateboards, Sterling Ruby ashtrays, more., 09/16/2010
>MY FAVORITE FIFTY by Charlie Finch. Rising to the challenge to name 50 personal favorite paintings., 08/18/2010


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