James Castle  (American, 1899-1977) 

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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
Venice Biennale MASSI ON MY MIND by Jerry Saltz. As Massimiliano Gioni takes over, new hope for the Venice Biennale., 02/01/2012
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
HERE COMES FRIEZE WEEK. The posh, the cool and the macabre during Frieze Week in London., 10/08/2010
>IN PICTURES: THE GWANGJU BIENNALE 2010."10,000 Lives," curated by Massimiliano Gioni, 09/21/2010
>SAN FRANCISCO SKETCHY by Walter Robinson. Cartier, King Tut, "Shanghai," Luc Tuymans, Tomokazu Matsuyama, John Bankston, Shannon Ebner, Theophilus Brown, Diane Arbus, more., 03/30/2010
Top Museum Shows, September 2009: "Heartland," "Dress Codes," William T. Wiley, Arshile Gorky, rock-n-roll photos, Indian comix - artnet Magazine, 10/01/2009
GOTHAM ART & THEATER by Elisabeth Kley. Carolee Schneemann, Laura Parnes, Paul Sharits, James Castle, Andrew Lord., 03/27/2009
ARTNET GOSSIP by Rosetta Stone. The Venice Biennale, art sales in New York, Thomas Kinkade and Disney, more., 03/23/2009
FOLK ART NOTEBOOK by N.F. Karlins. James Castle, Thomas Chambers and Martín Ramírez., 11/13/2008
ARTNET NEWS. Michael Israel, the Future of Art! Plus, the end of Dia in NYC?, Heiss out at P.S.1, the Milwaukee International, more., 05/06/2008
ARTNET NEWS. ARCO commissioner resigns, Getty goes contemporary, Saatchi Gallery launches dating service, more., 06/16/2006