March, 2011

 

31.03.11 The Agenda: March 30-April 5
30.03.11 Dissecting the UK Arts Cuts: Anish Kapoor and Four Other London Art Figures on What to Expect Now
30.03.11 Rome's Palazzo Farnese Opens Its Doors to Offer a Rare Glimpse of Renaissance Art Marvels
30.03.11 Bahrain and Lebanon Withdraw From the Venice Biennale Due to Mideast Turmoil, While Egypt's Participation Is Uncertain
30.03.11 Sotheby's New York to Offer an Exceptional Tahitian Sculpture Carved by Paul Gauguin
30.03.11 Record for Any Paul Gauguin Print Sold at Auction Established Today at Sotheby's
30.03.11 New Europe: Joan Miró, a titan of art whose presence is still felt
28.03.11 Top 10 art exhibitions of the week
28.03.11 Mexico says £2.5 million Mayan statue is a fake
27.03.11 Did a British Man Really Find Cezanne's First Painting, a $65 Million Art Historical Treasure, in a Thrift Shop?
21.03.11 Visions of the Apocalypse and Elegant Sex Catch Buyers' Eyes at TEFAF
21.03.11 At the Maastricht Art Fair, a Rembrandt and a Red Shoe
21.03.11 Christie's to Hold Spring Sale of Outstanding Swiss Art at the Kunsthaus Zurich
11.03.11 Vittorio Sgarbi Returns to Museo Diocesano to Present Major New Caravaggio Exhibition
07.03.11 The Nine Best (and Five Worst) Booths of Armory Show 2011
07.03.11 Picasso's Nude, Green Leaves and Bust to be shown at Tate Modern
03.03.11 The ADAA Art Show's Focus on Quality Over Quantity Pays Off, With Brisk Sales at the Preview
03.03.11 Armory Week Sheep Invade Times Square, Egypt's Embattled Antiquities Chief May Resign, and More Must-Read Art News
03.03.11 Armory Week Agenda, Day 2
03.03.11 The Self-Invented Artist, Gauguin
02.03.11 Armory Week Agenda, Day 1
01.03.11 Armory Show 2011 Preview
01.03.11 Offering Disgruntled Exhibitors a 50 Percent Refund, VIP Art Fair Reboots as a Year-Round Online Salesroom
01.03.11 Caravaggio's Rap Sheet Reveals Him to Have Been a Lawless Sword-Obsessed Wildman, and a Terrible Renter

 

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