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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
Andy Warhol WARHOL AUTHENTICATION BOARD BLUES by Walter Robinson. Should artist-endowed foundations get into the authentication business? Most certainly not, 12/08/2011
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
Sarah Braman FRAGMENTATION EN POINTE by Elisabeth Kley. Sculptor Sarah Braman brings her deconstructed Lower East Side minimalism to Mitchell-Innes & Nash in Chelsea., 11/03/2011
Frieze Art Fair FRIEZE WEEK GUIDE 2011 by Rachel Corbett. Highlights from Frieze and the legions of satellite events setting up around London., 10/11/2011
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, 07/01/2011
Bushwick Art Scene FOR LOVE OF THE GAME by Emily Nathan. Bushwick's eight leading galleries support the neighborhood's burgeoning community of New York's hottest new artists., 06/22/2011
Leon Kossoff KOSSOFF'S MAGIC RUINS by Charlie Finch. At Mitchell-Inness & Nash, masterful new works by the 85-year-old British painter Leon Kossoff., 06/07/2011
Art Market Watch AN ORDERLY, FRUSTRATED MARKET by Andrew Decker. Sotheby's Imp & Mod does $170.5 million, but proves that demand does not always command supply., 05/04/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Anthony Caro on The Met Roof, 04/25/2011
Kenneth Noland ESCAPE FROM MEANING by Charlie Finch. The classic Noland paintings at Mitchell-Innes & Nash are sublime., 04/04/2011
>PICTURE POST by Emily Nathan. A selection of images from gallery exhibitions opening worldwide during Mar. 17-Apr. 29, 2011 in London, Berlin, Copenhagen, Milan, Athens, New York and Paris., 03/23/2011
ARTNET NEWS. The Art Show, the Armory Show, Volta, Pulse, Scope, Independent, Moving Image, Verge Brooklyn and more., 02/22/2011
WHO IS THE WORST ARTIST? by Charlie Finch. A contest in male infantilism between Joe Bradley, Dan Colen and Rob Pruitt., 01/27/2011
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. Entrustment, The Hidden Title Risk of Leaving Your Artwork in the Care or Possession of Others -- Will Your Fine Art Insurance Cover Your Loss? Probably Not, by Elizabeth C. Black, 12/30/2010
ART GALLERY AMBLE by Robert G. Edelman. Damien Hirst, Neil Jenney, Enoch Perez, Jenny Holzer, Judith Bernstein, Jasper Johns, 12/10/2010
ART MARKET WATCH. Bewitched but not bewildered: Sotheby’s finds equilibrium in selective market., 11/03/2010
ÊTRE ET AVOIR ÉTÉ. Par Romaric Gergorin. Le sculpteur Anthony Caro expose à la Galerie Daniel Templon., 09/13/2010
>THE AIR-CONDITIONED SMILE by Charlie Finch. The badass tableaux of Carol Bove., 09/07/2010
ARTNET NEWS. New York group shows, 06/29/2010
ART SHOW 2010 by Walter Robinson. The Art Dealers Association of American Art Show is a way of life., 03/02/2010
SHAMELESSLY PLUGGING MY MIDDLE AGED FRIENDS by Charlie Finch. Bushwick’s new Storefront gallery, George Negroponte at Kouros, and news of Steve Van Nort and Deborah Kass., 01/11/2010
GOTHAM ART & THEATER by Elisabeth Kley. George Grosz, Fernell Franco, Sally Mann, Justine Kurland, Hellen van Meene and Keizo Kitajima., 11/10/2009
>JERRY SALTZ’S WANT-TO-SEES by Jerry Saltz. Shows that New York Magazine’s resident art critic is anticipating this fall., 08/31/2009
ARTNET GOSSIP by Rosetta Stone. Art world gears up for September openings, Leibovitz at Danzinger, Obama as G.O.D., more., 08/18/2009
ARTNET NEWS. Airborne monument to Harvey Milk, CAA cuts, RISD cuts, more., 05/14/2009
THE COMING ART BOOM by Charlie Finch. Market conditions are perfect for a resurgence in classic contemporary., 04/07/2009
ARTNET NEWS. Ozymandias at the Art Institute of Chicago, another art critic layoff, the Queens International opens, TEFAF bigger than ever, more., 01/22/2009
WELCOME TO THE ’60S, YET AGAIN. by Jerry Saltz. Martha Rosler can’t move beyond the easy arguments of her youth., 09/16/2008
THE LAST PICTURE SHOW by Charlie Finch. Painter Chris Martin provides Chelsea with its final triumph., 02/23/2008
ARTNET NEWS. Political cash from Manhattan arties, the Met’s search firm, Huber out at Shanghai fair, more., 02/05/2008
FRANKINSCENSE by Charlie Finch. Natalie Frank’s new paintings are both disturbing and entrancing., 09/21/2007
ARTNET DESIGN by Sheldon LaPierre. The new art and design scene in Los Angeles., 05/25/2007
ARTNET NEWS. Philadelphia Museum takes wing. Plus, dispute at MASS MoCA, Iraq War Memorial in London, Lou Reed curates, more., 05/22/2007
HOLLOW LAUGHER by Ben Davis. David Godbold answers the question: Why isn’t postmodern art funnier?, 05/16/2007
ART MARKET WATCH. Plummer's new art fund, Sender's art profits, Armory Show sales, Russian art, Old Masters, photos in New York, more., 04/06/2007
ARTNET NEWS. Armory Show update. Plus, Warhol snowboards, China gets American art, more. And Dan Christensen, RIP., 01/25/2007
ARTNET NEWS. At art auctions in October and November 2006, works by more than 2,800 artists hit new highs., 12/05/2006
WEEKEND UPDATE by Walter Robinson. Joseph Kosuth, Barnaby Furnas, Domenico Tiepolo, Albert Oehlen, Anton Henning, Stephen Lack, more., 10/30/2006
THE ART WORLD IN AUTUMN. Artnet Artists’ Works Catalogues provide an important new online resource., 08/14/2006
Artnet News, 03/17/2006
MIAMI HEAT by Walter Robinson. Soup to nuts at Art Basel Miami Beach, 12/05/2005
Magazine People - Out in Miami, 08/13/2003