Peter Doig  (Scottish, 1959) 

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Art Basel 2012, 06/14/2012
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
Art Market Watch SECRETS OF THE FINE ART FUNDS by Daniel Grant. Wealthy investors are increasingly turning to fine art funds – and the top funds are reporting some very encouraging rates of return., 11/22/2011
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
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
ARTNET NEWS. More Art Headlines From All Over, 06/09/2011
WÜRTHLE : PILIER DE L’ART À BERLIN. Par Gina Kehayoff. Exposition à Paris, chez Suzanne Tarasieve, d’une sélection des œuvres du Paris Bar, un lieu culte de Berlin., 02/22/2011
>PICTURE POST by Walter Robinson. Out at Miami Art Week 2010, part three: NADA & a last look at ABMB., 12/08/2010
ARTNET NEWS. Battle of arts funding in Britain. Plus, "Walk-around Warhols," nude boat event news, Keith Edmier’s Messerschmidt heads, "Alternative Histories," more., 09/14/2010
>PROFOUND OBJECTS by Charlie Finch. Vija Celmins artful somethings spun from nothings., 06/11/2010
>MUST BAD PAINTING BE GOOD? by Charlie Finch. The haphazard gesture beckons to the lazy collector., 04/28/2010
CHILDISH AS HE WANTS TO BE by Ben Davis. Billy Childish’s nihilistically amateurish flower painting, 04/09/2010
PAPER CHASE by Deborah Ripley. Bargain multiples by Whitney Biennial artists., 03/05/2010
MAGAZINE RACK by Grant Mandarino. March issues of Art in America, ARTnews, Artforum and Art Review, 02/23/2010
LONDON DISPATCH by Laura K. Jones. Vyner Street, Magali Reus, A K Dolven, Rolf Wallin, Rebecca Stevenson, Bishi, Paul Pieroni, Aleksandra Domanovic, Destroy All Monsters, John Sinclair, Polly Morgan, Michael Landy, Walton Ford, more., 02/11/2010
IN DEFENSE OF CONCEPTS by Ben Davis. A new battle between "conceptual" and "traditional" art., 11/24/2009
ART MARKET WATCH. $74.1 million at Christie’s contemporary, 11/11/2009
ARTNET NEWS., 10/08/2009
GOTHAM ART & THEATER by Elisabeth Kley. Summer group shows at Marian Goodman, Murray Guy, Alexander and Bonin, Lisa Cooley, Harris Lieberman, Casey Kaplan., 08/24/2009
NINE WAYS TO LOSE MONEY IN THE ART MARKET by Richard Polsky. Rules for the new recession., 07/16/2009
ART MARKET WATCH Is the contemporary art market ready to rebound?, 07/02/2009
ART MARKET WATCH Latin American sales in New York., 06/19/2009
BEAUTY, PHOOEY by Aaron Rosen. Kim Dorland’s nature paintings take a dim view of nature., 06/17/2009
ART MARKET WATCH. $93.7 million at Christie’s contemporary sale., 05/14/2009
GOTHAM ART & THEATER by Elisabeth Kley. "Late Picasso," John Waters, Kalup Linzy, Kinke Kooi, Thomas Trosch, Richard Allen Morris., 04/24/2009
WHEN THE PAINT DISAPPEARS by Charlie Finch. New paintings by Alex Katz and Che Lovelace, 04/23/2009
ARTNET NEWS. "Splendid Isolation" in Athens, "Splendors of the Romanovs" in Monaco, "Wiser than God" on the Bowery, more., 04/07/2009
WEEKEND UPDATE by Walter Robinson. Pierre Bonnard, Peter Doig, Erik van Lieshout, more., 02/06/2009
The Good, The Bad, and The Greedy by Richard Polsky. Looking at the art-market slump of the early 1990s for lessons for today., 12/04/2008
ART MARKET WATCH. $113.6 million at Christie’s contemporary, 11/13/2008
SHAKEOUT TIME by Richard Polsky. Advice for art collectors in a volatile market., 11/04/2008
ART MARKET WATCH. Say hello to the art-market recession., 10/27/2008
BLANK DRAWINGS by Charlie Finch. Bob Dylan’s sad doodles., 06/04/2008
ARTNET NEWS. Living art project aborted at MoMA, record Rothko to Qatar, Warhol’s "Pop politics," Gap meets art, more., 05/15/2008
LONDON DISPATCH by Ben Davis. Rachel Howard, The Approach, Roman Signer, Poppy de Villeneuve, Germaine Kruip, Darren Almond, Paul Pfeiffer, Marc Quinn, Peter Doig, more., 02/20/2008
ARTNET LONDON. Tracey Emin Library in Uganda, Form London showcases design, Noble & Webster in Denver, Doig at the Tate, more., 02/08/2008
ART MARKET GUIDE 2007 by Richard Polsky. A look at the art market, October 2007., 10/10/2007
BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY by Jerry Saltz. Remembering Elizabeth Murray., 08/27/2007
LONDON LETTER by Ben Street. "Very Abstract and Hyper Figurative," George Condo, Ian Monroe, Marcel Dzama, more., 04/17/2007
BOOM IN BLOOM? by Richard Polsky. Will the boom continue or is it likely to fall?, 04/02/2007
ART MARKET WATCH. A wild ride upwards at Sotheby's and Christie's London sales., 02/07/2007
ART MARKET WATCH. An intense two weeks of auctions of American, Russian, Asian and Latin American art., 12/04/2006
ARTNET NEWS. Hunter Thompson as photographer, Canary Islands art fair, more. Plus, Nancy Arlen, RIP., 10/10/2006
ART MARKET WATCH, Impressionist, modern and contemporary in New York on the horizon, plus London contemporary, October photo sales in NYC, more., 08/11/2006
WEEKEND UPDATE by Walter Robinson. Zidane: A 21st-Century Portrait, Chris Moukarbel, Joe Scanlan, William Anastasi, Munro Galloway, more., 07/18/2006
ART MARKET WATCH. London scores with June sales, Cucchi at Phillips, more., 06/26/2006
ARTNET NEWS. Contemporary art fairs and biennials for the second half of 2006., 06/08/2006
ARTNET NEWS. Sotheby’s buys Noortman, Grosse makes skateboards, shoplifting in Chelsea, more., 06/08/2006
ART MARKET WATCH. Phillips contemporary, Sotheby's contemporary totals, more., 05/15/2006
WHITNEY BIENNIAL V. EVERGLADES by Charlie Finch. Where rules must be observed to stay alive., 03/27/2006


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