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  October 22, 2003 | October Outlook
 
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AT THE CROSSROADS By Jerry Saltz
With exhibitions of John Currin, Arshile Gorky and Lucas Samaras on its fall schedule, the Whitney Museum of American Art should perk up. It better, because this institution is in trouble brought on by good intentions, bad curators, meddling trustees and an inept director. Now the Whitney is trying to right things by turning back the clock: Adam Weinberg, its former curator of collections, recently director of Andover's Addison Gallery, returned as its director on October 1. Weinberg is an encouraging choice; he's smart, convivial, knows the board and loves art.    morearrow
 
 
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Rudolf Koppitz,
Bewegungsstudie
Christie's New York
Estimate: $70,000 - 90,000 USD
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100 Most Visited Artists in September
artnet Magazine
Print Week New York 2003
Exhibitions, auctions and the IFPDA print fair in New York City

Art Market Guide 2003
by Richard Polsky
Takashi Murakami, art's latest "must-have" accessory.

San Francisco Frequency
by Oriane Stender
An interview with San Francisco art critic Kenneth Baker.

Horoscope/The October Perspective
by Leigh Oswald
Mixed signs for the arts, and for the world.

 
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Stephan Balkenhol,
Kopf
Sotheby's London
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  special features
Featured Artist: Stephan Balkenhol, German Sculptor, (b. 1957)
- View images in our Member Galleries.
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Art Cologne 2003
View artnet galleries at the fair.

City Focus: Cologne

Featured Specialty: German Expressionism

October Exhibitions Calendar

 
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Karen Karuza's "Lobster Hat," a tribute to Schiaparelli
Photos by Mary Barone
  Out With Mary
Photos by Mary Barone
Elsa Schiaparelli at the Philadelphia Museum.

 
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