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  March 11, 2003 : The Armory Show
 
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The Armory Show Runs its Course by Charlie Finch
The 2003 Armory Show, Mar. 7-10, 2003, at Piers 88 & 90, 12th Avenue and 48th and 50th Streets, New York City.

Tromping through the slush to the West Side Highway, most of the working press arrived at the Armory Show on Thursday afternoon, just to have the so-called "professional" art-fair management and its security goons shut the doors on the press preview at exactly 3 pm, before most of the fourth estate could see the show. Perhaps they were afraid that we might dare to mingle with the criminal element attending the Museum of Modern Art benefit preview later in the day. morearrow

 
 
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Jean-Michel Basquiat,
Self-portrait, 1982
Sold for US $3,302,500
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Thomas Struth,
Paradise 18, Ennai Chan,
Yunnan province

Monica De Cardenas
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Dominique,
An ebonized dining set
Miguel Saco 20th Century Decorative & Industrial Arts
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Vincent's Choice
by Brook S. Mason
Van Gogh's musée imaginaire.

New This Month in U.S. Museums
Matisse and Picasso, "Abstract Photography," Lucian Freud, Matthew Barney, more.

The March Perspective 2003
by Leigh Oswald
A very significant astrological shift occurs this month.

Weekend Update
by Walter Robinson
New art rules at the Scope art fair.


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