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January artnet e-Newsletter

The traditional fair world's answer to Art Basel? Hands down, its the 57th annual Winter Antiques Show now on view at the Park Avenue Armory, Jan. 21-30, 2011.
February artnet e-Newsletter

It's that time of year again, the one I dread most, when, at the diciest weather point of New York season, a thousand art fairs and 10,000 ancillary events usher in the month of March.
March artnet e-Newsletter

As spring breaks in New York, art from Asia is the focus at galleries, auction houses and the Arts of Pacific Asia Art Fair—while our prayers are with the recovery from the earthquake in Japan.
April artnet e-Newsletter

Celebrities, artists and museum curators flocked to Gagosian Gallery in New York for the opening of "Picasso and Marie-Thérèse: L'amour fou," the spring season's first big sensational show...
May artnet e-Newsletter

Everyone loves famous designers. They are smart, sophisticated and clever. Big companies pay them big money for their special sensibilities.
June artnet e-Newsletter

Read Randy Kennedy's article on artnet and the resurgence in art buying over the web featured in the New York Times on June 21, 2011...
July artnet e-Newsletter

It's been a long and steady climb, and now artnet has broken through the $1,000,000 barrier in its online art auctions.
August artnet e-Newsletter

Chinese officials have banned the artist and human rights activist Ai Weiwei from speaking to Western media—but that hasn't stopped him from...
September artnet e-Newsletter

The history of contemporary art in Los Angeles goes under the microscope in “Pacific Standard Time,” an extended art festival...
October artnet e-Newsletter

Art historian Patricia Watts visits the 12th Istanbul Biennial and finds that an oddball curatorial approach does not get in the way of discovering interesting new art.
November artnet e-Newsletter

The global art world is heading for Miami, all to take part in the insanely large art fest that this year boasts at least 17 art fairs, a billboard project, an art-market conference, an auction preview, a new auction-house launch and dozens of museum and gallery events.
December artnet e-Newsletter

How do the new sanctions against the government of Iran affect an artist like Shirin Fakhim, who lives in Tehran and yet whose sculptures are gaining increasing traction in the Western art market?