Max Beckmann  (German, 1884-1950) 

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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
>PHIL AND RON by Charlie Finch. Tiddlywink to tiddlywink, Philippe de Montebello and Ronald Lauder compare their museums., 05/29/2012
Bipolar Paintings PETER HOWSON, THE SCOTTISH BOSCH by Donald Kuspit. Artist Peter Howson, whose new works are on view at Flowers Gallery in New York, renews the religiosity of painting., 04/12/2012
Gustav Klimt TEMPTRESSES, HOT & COLD by N.F. Karlins. Celebrating the Vienna Secession and more in the summer show of "Recent Acquisitions" at Galerie St. Etienne, 08/24/2011
Interview with Michael Werner I WANTED MY OWN HIERARCHY by Birgit Maria Sturm translated by Caroline von Falkenhausen. The German dealer who brought us Neo-Expressionism talks about his early days, the U.S. market and more., 07/06/2011
Marc Desgrandchamps au Musée d’art moderne de la Ville de Paris. Marc Desgrandchamps : l'eden et après. Par Romaric Gergorin, 06/14/2011
DEPARTURE by Charlie Finch. We say goodbye to MoMA PS1 stalwart Tony Guerrero., 03/08/2011
SHOW AND TELL by Walter Robinson. The Art Dealers Association of America presents the 23rd annual Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory., 03/02/2011
Paul Cézanne: THREE OF A KIND by Jerry Saltz. Jerry Saltz on Cézanne’s revolutionary paintings of humble card players, and how they mark a turning-point in modern art., 02/28/2011
PAPER CHASE by Deborah Ripley. Prints and more at the annual IFPDA Print Fair at the Park Avenue Armory., 11/05/2010
>MY FAVORITE FIFTY by Charlie Finch. Rising to the challenge to name 50 personal favorite paintings., 08/18/2010
Peintures rugissantes. Manuel Jover. Fauves et Expressionnistes De Van Dongen à Otto Dix. Cette exposition résulte, comme c'est souvent le cas aujourd'hui, d'un échange entre deux musées. Marmottan a prêté ses Monet pour une rétrospective qui est une première en Allemagne, et en contrepartie le musée de Wuppertal lui a confié une partie de ses collections., 11/12/2009
ART MARKET WATCH by Stewart Waltzer. Sotheby’s Impressionist and modern sale on May 5, 2009, 05/06/2009
ARTNET NEWS. The Rothschild Collection at MoMA, "elaborate charade" at the Rose, Damien Hirst funds neonatal center, more., 04/23/2009
L'impératif iconographique des Allemands. Werner Spies., 03/10/2009
CéZANNE AND BEYOND by N.F. Karlins. A new exhibition celebrates the influence of the 19th-century artist on 18 of his 20th-century colleagues., 03/09/2009
ART MARKET WATCH by Stewart Waltzer. Sotheby’s Impressionist and modern sale in New York, Nov. 3, 2008, 11/04/2008
THE ART CRITIC by Peter Plagens. A novel, chapter 11, 10/10/2008
THE EYES HAVE IT by Charlie Finch, Operatic lust in new paintings by Rosa Loy, 05/20/2008
ARTNET NEWS. A €43.3 billion art market. Plus, the Met’s first blog, more holiday gifts, Dubai antiques fair, more., 12/18/2007
FRANKINSCENSE by Charlie Finch. Natalie Frank’s new paintings are both disturbing and entrancing., 09/21/2007
THE TRUTH ABOUT GERMANY? by Donald Kuspit. Neo-Rauch’s dialectical fables., 06/26/2007
SALES, SALES, SALES by Brook S. Mason. Anna and Brian Haughton’s International Fine Art Fair reveals a masterful and changing market., 05/14/2007
ARTNET NEWS. Madison Avenue art walk, Marguerite Zorach, "Old School" in London, more., 05/03/2007
DECORATIVE ARTS DIARY by Brook S. Mason. Dutch Masters: The European Fine Art Fair, at a mere 20 years old., 03/12/2007
PROVOCATIVE REALISM by Donald Kuspit. New Objectivist portraiture in "Glitter and Doom" at the Metropolitan Museum., 12/13/2006
ART MARKET WATCH by Stewart Waltzer. Sotheby's huge Impressionist and modern sale, Nov. 7, 2006., 11/08/2006
THE IFPDA PRINT FAIR by Walter Robinson. The 16th annual IFPDA print fair in New York., 10/30/2006
A CRITICAL HISTORY OF 20TH-CENTURY ART by Donald Kuspit. Capter 4, Parts 2 & 3: Max Beckmann, Hannah Höch, John Heartfield and fantastic realism., 06/01/2006
A CRITICAL HISTORY OF 20TH-CENTURY ART by Donald Kuspit. Chapter 2, Part 3 -- Marcel Duchamp's invention of the readymade., 03/17/2006
SELF-PORTRAITS AND OLD MASTERS by Donald Kuspit. Painter F. Scott Hess conveys the universal in the contingent., 03/14/2006
MASTER DEALER by Lisa Zeitz. A profile of collector, author and Old Master dealer Richard L. Feigen, 01/25/2006