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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
Camille Henrot présentée par Kamel Mennour à Bâle, 06/12/2012
Brice Marden REFLECTING ON BRICE MARDEN’S REFLECTIVE NEW SHOW by Jerry Saltz. A slowed down sense of seeing in new paintings by Brice Marden at Matthew Marks Gallery., 06/11/2012
Artnet News FROM WARHOL TO BERNINI (PLUS LOOTED ANTIQUITIES) AT THE MET. Metropolitan Museum director Thomas Campbell unveils an impressive fall and winter schedule, and responds to new claims of looted antiquities in the collection., 06/08/2012
Ito Jakuchu BUDDHIST BEAUTY: ITO JAKUCHU’S PAINTINGS by Donald Kuspit. At the National Gallery of Art, a 30-scroll set of bird-and-flower paintings by Ito Jakuchu, one of Japan’s great national treasures., 06/05/2012
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 SPRING SALES OF LATIN AMERICAN ART by Jessica Mizrachi. For Latin American art auctions in New York, the score was Phillips de Pury ($3.5 million), Christie’s ($27.7 million) and Sotheby’s ($26.8 million)., 05/30/2012
Close Encounters THE NEW BARNES FOUNDATION by Linda Yablonsky. Fabulosity in a box -- that is the new Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia., 05/30/2012
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
Art Market Watch WERNER MUENSTERBERGER AND AFRICAN ART AT SOTHEBY’S NEW YORK by Jessica Mizrachi. African art from the collection of art scholar Werner Muensterberger, who theorized that collecting was an Oedipal passion., 05/16/2012
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
Art Market Watch CHRISTIE’S IMP & MOD DOES $117 MILLION. A $19 million Cezanne, a $19 million Matisse, a $10 million Picasso, ho-hum., 05/02/2012
Affinities and Enchantments: CAROL BROWN GOLDBERG’S DRAWINGS by Donald Kuspit. Carol Brown Goldberg’s hand at drawing is as deft, swift and masterful as the medium’s masters -- Matisse, Dürer and Rembrandt., 04/26/2012
Exposition Matisse, Paires et séries au Centre Pompidou, 04/23/2012
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
ARTNET NEWS. The Barnes Foundation previews its controversial new home in Philadelphia, 04/06/2012
ARTNET NEWS. “Lost” Cézanne Discovered in Dallas, 03/27/2012
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
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
Expressionismus & Expressionismi à la Pinacothèque de Paris. Par Romaric Gergorin., 02/27/2012
GIACOMETTI AND GERRI DAVIS by Charle Finch. Musings on unsettlement, and the paring down of life in the approach to brokenness and death., 02/27/2012
Nominés du Prix Marcel Duchamp 2012. Par Alexandre Devaux., 02/17/2012
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
Edgar Degas A MATCH MADE IN PARIS by N.F. Karlins. Reverence and freedom in "Degas and the Nude" at the Boston MFA., 01/22/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Gertrude Stein Show Prompts Censor, 01/12/2012
Howard Hodgkin THE MARK OF COLOR by Jennifer Samet. Howard Hodgkin’s “dynamic, emotionally resonant” paintings unite stroke, pigment and frame into one cohesive experience., 12/01/2011
Henri Matisse MATISSE AND THE MODEL by N.F. Karlins. An exhibition exploring Matisse’s symbiotic relationship with his models, at the Eykyn Maclean Gallery, 11/28/2011
WEEKEND UPDATE by Walter Robinson. Spartacus Chetwynd, Georges Braque, Paul McCarthy, “Grisaille,” Charles Simonds, Diego Rivera, Judy Hudson, Nick Poe, Terry Richardson, Urs Fischer, Margaret Lee, more., 11/18/2011
foire Cologne Fine Art & Antiques. par Guy Bloch-Champfort et Nikolaï Saoulski., 11/17/2011
Art Market Watch SOTHEBY'S IMP & MOD DOES A TRIUMPHANT $199.8 MIL, 11/03/2011
Christie's New York ART MARKET WATCH. Christie's Impressionist and modern has a slow night at $140.7 million., 11/02/2011
Matisse, Cézanne, Picasso, l’aventure des Stein au Grand Palais. Par Romaric Gergorin., 10/10/2011
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
NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS. Pacific Standard Time rules in Los Angeles. Plus, Degas dancers, Degas nudes, “Art and Black Los Angeles,” “Dance/Draw,” Alfred Stieglitz’s artists, Impressionist works on paper, Caravaggio, Hans Haacke, Tristan Lowe, Carsten Höller, more, 10/03/2011
Stephen Jones HATS: AN ANTHOLOGY by Michele C. Cone, 09/30/2011
“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
Art Market Watch MODERN MARKET PREDICTIONS FROM “ARTELLIGENCE” by Rachel Corbett. Miró, Matisse, Leger, Kandinsky and more art market advice for big spenders from the "Artelligence" conference., 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
Weekend Update by Walter Robinson. Stressed out at “De Kooning,” plus, Jenny Saville, Bjarne Melgaard, Matthew Barney, Zhang Enli, Graham Dickson, Kendall Shaw, Michael Leavitt, more., 09/22/2011
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
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 Digest JÄGERS COLLECTION FORGERS GO ON TRIAL IN COLOGNE by Henrike von Spesshardt. A day of reckoning for the "Jägers Collection" Forgery Ring, responsible for almost 50 bogus artworks worth €16 million., 09/01/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Collector Sues Cook Fine Art, 08/26/2011
Art contemporain et Côte d’Azur. La riviera de l'art contemporain : une histoire sans fin. Par Romaric Gergorin., 08/22/2011
La Fondation Beyeler poursuit une programmation riche et ambitieuse. Beyeler après Beyeler. Par Guy Bloch-Champfort., 08/09/2011
ARTNET DESIGN by Brook S. Mason. Wendell Castle, Dan Dailey, George Kravis, Artware Editions, Sarah Morris, Markus Linnenbrink, London Design Festival, John Pawson, David Chipperfield, Adirondack style, more., 08/05/2011
Exposition d’œuvres sur papier au Louvre. Laisser parler le vieux papier. Par Romaric Gergorin., 06/30/2011
WEEKEND UPDATE by Walter Robinson. Bill Rice, Mary Weatherford, Cory Arcangel, Julia Wachtel, Emilia Kabakov, Rene Ricard, Duncan Hannah, more., 06/24/2011
Marc Desgrandchamps au Musée d’art moderne de la Ville de Paris. Marc Desgrandchamps : l'eden et après. Par Romaric Gergorin, 06/14/2011

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