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Promote discussion of art law legal issues for lawyers and nonlawyers alike. Best resources for art law legal issues of practical significance to collectors, dealers, scholars and the general art-minded public, 07/17/2012
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. Buying and Selling Antiquities in Today’s Market by William G. Pearlstein, 07/17/2012
Terracotta Warriors DEFENDERS OF CHINA'S FIRST EMPEROR by N.F. Karlins. From the tomb complex of the first emperor of China, a squad of life-sized terracotta warriors at Discovery Times Square., 06/20/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Protests Push BMW Gugg Lab into New Home, 04/03/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Dubai Collector Funds $13.6 Mil Arts District, 03/21/2012
Gerhard Richter PAINTING, ON FILM by Emily Nathan. The stunning Corinna Belz documentary on Gerhard Richter’s painting process opens at New York’s Film Forum., 03/15/2012
NYC Shows THE NEW YORK LIST, 3/13/2012 by Emily Nathan. Jan Groover, Thomas Schütte, Ryan McNamara, Frances Stark, Roy Lichtenstein's Chinese landscapes, Virgins at Family Business gallery, more., 03/14/2012
OCCUPY MOMA by Barbara Pollack. The Occupy Museums group stages a political action at the Museum of Modern Art, 01/17/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Art Benefits for January 2012, 01/04/2012
Jean-Luc Moulène MINIMUM OPUS by Rachel Corbett. Dia:Beacon takes its chances with a little-known French sculptor and photographer in a sprawling new year-long exhibition., 12/19/2011
Francis Picabia GORGONS IN DISGUISE: PICABIA’S WOMEN by Donald Kuspit. Alarmingly charming, Picabia’s late works, now at Michael Werner gallery, registered the fall of aristocratic modernism and the rise of mass culture., 12/13/2011
Adam Lindemann THE PRINCE OF THE ONE PERCENT by Jerry Saltz. Lindemann, the Prince of the One Percent, would like you know that buying art is less fun these days., 12/07/2011
Close Encounters THE ART WORLD NAMING BLIGHT by Linda Yablonsky. From Jorge M. Pérez to Stephen A. Schwartzman, the One Percent loves to slap its brand on public institutions., 12/07/2011
ARTNET NEWS. FBI Investigates Ab-Ex Dealer, Knoedler’s Closes, 12/07/2011
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
Art Market Watch OCCUPY LICHTENSTEIN by Charlie Finch. What does Christie's sale of another record-breaking Lichtenstein mean to the One Percent?, 11/11/2011
Carsten Höller FUNHOUSE AT THE NEW MUSEUM by Rachel Corbett. Slides, flashing lights, drugs and more in the New Museum's immersive Carsten Holler retrospective., 10/26/2011
Frieze Art Fair FRIEZE WEEK SIDESHOWS: FRAME AND SLUICE by Rachel Corbett. Inside Frame, the Frieze Art Fair's own satellite fair, plus the new artist-inspired Sluice Art Fair., 10/18/2011
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
Expositions d’art contemporain à Marseille. Par Joël Riff., 09/09/2011
ARTNET NEWS. David Shrigley Tattoos Brooklynites, 09/07/2011
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
STEWED AND KEEFED by Charlie Finch. Life, Keith Richards’ autobiography, gets down to the “don't-give-a-shit” inflections that have endeared Richards to guitar heroes everywhere., 08/04/2011
NADA Hudson NOTHING FOR SOMETHING by Emily Nathan. A trip upstate to Hudson, N.Y., for NADA’s newest art fair leaves a weary traveler underwhelmed, despite seeing some interesting art., 08/02/2011
Hot Fun SUMMER IN THE CITY by Bozidar Brazda. Looking for freshness, starting an artist’s band., 07/27/2011
Art & Money WORKERS UNITE? by Eleanor Heartney. Conditions of "contemporary labor" examined by more than 25 artists at MASS MoCA in North Adams, Mass., 07/26/2011
GATES OF LIGHT & THE HUMAN COMEDY by Donald Kuspit. Lyonel Feininger’s double vision, in "Lyonel Feininger: At the Edge of the World" at the Whitney Museum., 07/12/2011
THE PROBLEM WITH CHELSEA by Mickey Cartin. A collector weighs in on the proliferation of mediocrity in New York’s celebrated art district., 06/14/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Ian Wardropper to Head the Frick, 05/10/2011
Art Market Watch BRING ON THE BLOCKBUSTERS by Andrew Decker. Monet, Vlaminck, and Picasso top $20 million at Christie's New York as gamble pay off in an otherwise modest auction, 05/05/2011
Ceramics et al.: CRITICAL CONSCIOUSNESS OF THE ARTS by Donald Kuspit. The Zeitgeist haunts us, and makes the work of art haunting, and convincing., 03/29/2011
Art & Money: UMBILICAL CORD OF GOLD by Eleanor Heartney. What is the social responsibility of the art critic, and other players in a deeply conflicted art world?, 03/28/2011
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. Buyer's Recission Rights for High Value Purchases -- Spreading the Risk by Ronald D. Spencer, 03/11/2011
ARTNET NEWS. "Art in the Streets," new (e)merge art fair in D.C., artists for Dublin Contemporary, Performa 2011, more., 03/08/2011
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. Trouble Valuing Donated Art for Tax Purposes by Ronald D. Spencer, 02/16/2011
SADISTIC STUPIDITY: JOHN BALDESSARI’S PSEUDO-ART by Donald Kuspit. Is erasing or effacing an image creative work?, 01/20/2011
LONDON DISPATCH by Laura K. Jones. Martin Creed, Genesis P-Orridge, Charles Saatchi, Tracey Emin, Gilbert & George, "400 Women," Gary Webb, Rachel Kneebone, Hannah Barry, Ibid Projects, more., 01/04/2011
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
DALLAS, OH DALLAS! by Pedro Vélez. Part I of a report on art in the Lone Star State., 12/03/2010
MOOD OF MONEY by Donald Kuspit. Ben Aronson’s Wall Street traders are stalked by death., 11/22/2010
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. "Art Buyer’s Due Diligence. Do You Own It Free and Clear?" by Gary D. Sesser and Kenneth S. Levine, 11/12/2010
ARTNET NEWS. Russian censorship at the Louvre? Plus, FTC charges LACMA pavilion patrons, Steve Martin news, art & money laundering, Rutger Hauer as Brueghel, more., 09/28/2010
>MARJA BLUES by Steve Mumford. Combat Outposts Coutu & Yazzie, Helmand Province, late June., 09/08/2010
A NOTE ON LATE RENOIR by Donald Kuspit. The emotional realism behind Impressionism’s utopian naturalism., 08/05/2010
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. "Stolen Art: Who Owns it Often Depends on Whose Law Applies" by Arabella Yip, 07/26/2010
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. "Stolen Art: Who Owns it Often Depends on Whose Law Applies" by Arabella Yip, 07/26/2010
Spencer’s Art Law Journal. "Stolen Art: Who Owns it Often Depends on Whose Law Applies" by Arabella Yip, 07/26/2010
SANTA FE SCENE by Brook S. Mason. SOFA West in Santa Fe: impressive venue, huge potential., 07/13/2010
ARTNET NEWS. LACMA goes cellphone crazy. Rose Art Museum collection for rent? Plus, Toilet Paper magazine and Lester Johnson, RIP., 06/04/2010

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