February, 2011


23.02.11 National Gallery Opens Exhibition by One of the Most Versatile Artists of the Renaissance
17.02.11 Silvano Vinceti: no 1 art detective?
17.02.11 Unknown painting by Walter Sickert discovered in private collection
17.02.11 The Agenda: February 16-22
17.02.11 After Two Decades of Secrecy, A German Museum Can Finally Unveil Its Mystery Monet
17.02.11 Exhibition of Pablo Picasso's Artistic Development in Paris on View at Van Gogh Museum
17.02.11Egypt’s Antiquities Minister Says Valuable Statue Found
16.02.11 At Sotheby's London, Richter, Warhol, and Munoz Fetch Millions in "Orgy of the Rich"
16.02.11 Francis Bacon Led Sotheby's Sale of a Mystery Collector's Art to a White-Glove $150 Million
16.02.11 Tate Offers a Fresh Assessment of the History of Watercolour Painting in Britain
16.02.11 British Art Show opens in London for first time in 21 years
16.02.11 This week's arts diary
15.02.11 Why Sunflowers by Van Gogh are losing their shine
15.02.11 Valuable Artifacts Missing From Egyptian Museum
15.02.11 The Met’s Plans for Virtual Expansion
15.02.11 Egypt's Antiquities Minister Zahi Hawass Says Some Objects Looted from Museum Found
10.02.11 Dalí's Surreal Day at the Beach Caught a Record at Christie's Tidy $136 Million London Sale
10.02.11 Paul Gauguin's "Nature Morte a 'L'Esperance," Fails to Sell at Christie's Auction in London

09.02.11 Picasso's Radiant Muse Inspired Some — But Not All — Bidders at Sotheby's $111 Million London Sale

09.02.11 Cezanne's Card Player Paintings to Be Shown at the Metropolitan Museum in NY
09.02.11 The Hermitage and the Prado Announce Exchange of Important Selection of Works
08.02.11 Frieze Art Fair Announces a New Supporter for Frieze Projects and the Launch of the EMDASH Award
08.02.11 London Sales Preview
08.02.11 Futuristic Artworks Whirred and Chirped at London's Kinetica Art Fair
08.02.11 Is the Art Market Entering a New Age of Volatility?
08.02.11 Green Bay Packers Win a Renoir, Cooper Union Names a New President, and More Must-Read Art News
08.02.11 Clark Art Institute to Explore Rarely Examined Side of Pissarro in Exhibition
07.11. 02 This week's new exhibitions
07.02.11 Artists have always glamorised prostitution. Manet savaged all their delusions
07.02.11 Inaugural Edition of VIP Art Fair Redefines Possibilities for the Online Art Market
07.02.11 Gauguin Masterpiece Leads Christie's Auction of Impressionist and Modern Art in London
07.02.11Fetishes and Superheroes Join Forces at the BRAFA Fair in Brussels
03.02.11 The Agenda: February 2–8
03.02.11 Iran Threatens to Sever France Ties Over Louvre's Persian Art Loan
03.02.11 Kate Moss Takes Over the Musée d'Orsay, Guggenheim Impostors Spiral Into Court, and More Must-Read Art News
03.02.11 "They Messed With the Wrong Person": Rejected Berlin Dealer Feuds With Art Basel Selection Committee
03.02.11 Despite Some Sales and Optimism, Dealers Report Fuzzy Connection With Flawed VIP Art Fair Debut
03.02.11 Art Historian Silvano Vinceti Claims Male Model Behind Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa
03.02.11 Israeli Archaeologists Find a 1,500-Year-Old Byzantine Church Southwest of Jerusalem
03.02.11 Dispute Derails Art Loans From Russia
02.02.11 Can an L.A. Art Fair Be Loved?
02.02.11 As the Revolution Grows, How Safe Are Egypt's Cultural Treasures?
02.02.11 Julian Assange Becomes a Street-Art Hero, Smithsonian Defends Censorious G. Wayne Clough, and More Must-Read Art News
02.02.11 Google Offers Virtual Tours of 17 of the Top Museums Using Street View Technology
02.02.11 Monet's Water Lilies Offers Rare Opportunity to Experience Great Impressionist's Work as Intended
02.02.11 Antiquities Chief Says Sites Are Largely Secure
02.02.11 Google Art Project aims to shed new light on classic works of art
01.02.11 Egypt: Military Detain 50 Men Trying to Break into at Egyptian National Museum
01.02.11 Zahi Hawass Rallies Defense of Egyptian Museums, VIP Art Fair Stays Mum on Dealer Refunds, and More Must-Read Art News
01.02.11 Mummies Are Beheaded and Museums Ransacked Amid Egypt's Revolutionary Chaos
01.02.11 "Curating a Revolution": Egyptian Artists Cry Out for Mubarak's Resignation


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