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  April 11, 2003 : Artnet News
 
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The Art Market Watch
GEARING UP FOR THE VENICE BIENNALE
The gala opening of the 50th Venice Biennale, June 15-Nov. 2, 2003, is only two months away, and biennale curator Francesco Bonami, who also happens to be curator of the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, blew into New York City the other day for a press conference on the really big show. Holding forth to a capacity crowd in the New Museum bookstore (a group that included art dealers Andrew Kreps and Marian Goodman along with the usual ink-stained suspects), Bonami acquitted himself well, outlining his curatorial program with enthusiasm and plenty of self-effacing humor. morearrow
 
 
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Mary Cassatt,
Lydia Seated in the Garden With A Dog On Her Lap
Keny Galleries
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Henri Matisse,
Goldfish
"Old Masters, Impressionists and Moderns: French Masterworks from the State Pushkin Museum, Moscow", High Museum of Art
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Jean-Michel Frank,
Lemon tree veneered and straw marquetry sideboard
Galerie Jacques De Vos
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Art Market Watch
A report on the International Asian Art Fair in New York.

New This Month in U.S. Museums
Elie Nadelman, Buddhist art, Isamu Noguchi, Bill Brandt, Remington, Whistler, more.

The April Perspective 2003
by Leigh Oswald
The sun is in warlike Mars-ruled Aries, the most primitive sign.


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Visit our 22 New Galleries: Galerie Jacques De Vos, Paris, Lisson Gallery, London, Carl Solway, Cinncinatti, Base Gallery, Tokyo and more.

April Exhibitions Calendar


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