October, 2011


31.10.11 This week's new exhibitions
31.10.11 A Bouquet of Offerings to Test Uncertain Waters
31.10.11 VIP art fair founders take a step back
31.10.11 Take a Virtual Tour of the Challenging 2011 Turner Prize Show
31.10.11 VIP Art Fair Adds Tech Clout With New CEO, Former VP of $500 Million E-Commerce Site
27.10.11 Bring back Baratta
27.10.11 Rijksmuseum installs innovative LED lights that bring out the best of "Night Watch"
27.10.11 New York Sales Preview: Impressionist and Modern Art at Sotheby's and Christie's
27.10.11 Recovery of Picassos major success in fight against art theft
26.10.11 Masterpieces by Francis Bacon lead Sotheby's Contemporary art sale in New York
26.10.11 This week's arts diary – from New York
26.10.11 Top finds and fakes in the art world
26.10.11 Private Sales Go Public: Why Christie's and Sotheby's Are Embracing Galleries Like Never Before
26.10.11 Shows Around the World: From Trisha Brown to Goya, ARTINFO's 10 Weekly Art Picks
26.10.11 Gagosian Artist Mark Grotjahn Joins Battle Over Resale Royalties, Suing Collector Who Flipped His Work
25.10.11 Take a Virtual Tour of the Prospect 2 Biennial in New Orleans
25.10.11 Twisted ways of seeing
24.11.10 This week's new exhibitions
24.10.11 Turner Prize 2011 exhibition, BALTIC, Gateshead, review
24.10.11 The mystery of Leonardo's two Madonnas
24.10.11 Guggenheim Abu Dhabi on hold
24.10.11 The 10 Best Booths of FIAC 2011
24.10.11 Fiac steps up its game
24.10.11 Euro Flails but Art Fair Flourishes
20.10.11 Oslo to get giant sculpture park by 2014
20.10.11 The hunt for missing government art
20.10.11 Warhol foundation shuts its authentication board
19.10.11 Padma Lakshmi and a Prim Mary-Kate Olsen Turned Out for the Classy "Take Home a Nude" Benefit at Sotheby's
19.10.11 Dynasty prepares to share its family secrets
19.10.11 NADA goes online
19.10.11 The most complete show devoted to Eugène Delacroix opens at CaixaForum Madrid
18.10.11 Who owns this damaged masterpiece by Henry Moore?
18.10.11 New book claims Vincent Van Gogh did not commit suicide
18.10.11 Vermeer's Women: Secrets and Silence, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, review
17.10.11 Betting on Riskier Art, the SUNDAY and Moving Image Fairs Offer Affordable Alternatives During Frieze Week
17.10.11 This week's new exhibitions
17.10.11 Frieze 2011 – review
14.10.11 Frieze Art Fair 2011: review.
14.10.11 Big Sales Are Sparse at the Frieze Art Fair as Collectors Opt to Socialize and Window Shop
14.10.11 Beuys returns to Schloss Moyland
14.10.11 The 5 Must-See Gallery Shows of Frieze Week
14.10.11 Tate buys sculpture, drawings and video installation at Frieze art fair
14.10.11 Frieze 2011: Portraits from the fair – in pictures
12.10.11 This week's arts diary
12.10.11 Shows Around the World: 10 Exhibitions, From Joan Jonas to Doug Aitken
12.10.11 The Da Vinci Detective: Art Historian Martin Kemp on Rediscovering Leonardo's Tragic Portrait of a Renaissance Princess
12.10.11 Frieze Director Amanda Sharp on the Vogue for Contemporary Art
12.10.11 Frieze week 2011: recommendations for the best of the rest
12.10.11 FRIEZE WEEK GUIDE 2011
11.10.11 Tate St Ives presents The Indiscipline of Painting: International abstraction from the 1960s to now
11.10.11 Matisse Sculptures to Be Auctioned
11.10.11 The rebirth of postmodern design
11.10.11 A “landmark” museum for Ukraine
11.10.11 Frieze preview: playing to the galleries
10.10.11 £100m masterpieces stolen from French museum 'crushed by rubbish truck'
10.10.11 Picasso's L'Aubade expected to fetch $25 million at Sotheby's Impressionist and Modern art evening sale
10.10.11 Vermeer’s Women: Secrets and Silence, Fitzwilliam Museum
10.10.11 The ARTINFO Guide to Frieze Week 2011
10.10.11 London Calling: Frieze Art Fair 2011 Preview
10.10.11 9 Lessons About the Chinese Art Market From the Sotheby's Hong Kong Fall Sales
05.10.11 Toledo Museum of Art acquires stunning masterwork by Dutch artist Frans Hals
05.10.11 "Vermeer's Women: Secrets and Silence" opens at the Fitzwilliam Museum
05.10.11 The Museo del Prado shows Goya's first documented painting for a period of six years
05.10.11 Contemporary Asian Art Sale Disappoints at Sotheby's Hong Kong in Wake of Stock-Market Dip
04.10.11 L.A., Ready for Its Close-Up: Meet the City's Artists and Designers Whose Markets Are About to Explode
04.10.11 National Maritime Museum reopens in Amsterdam after extensive renovation to building
04.10.11 Sotheby's to sell one of the most important works by Vilhelm Hammershoi to come to auction
04.10.11 Emerging into dim light
04.10.11 Gerhard Richter: Panorama at the Tate Modern
04.10.11 Henri, Paul, Pablo... and Gertrude
04.10.11 Three Arrested for Brazen $134 Million Heist of Masterpieces From Paris's Modern Art Museum
03.10.11 Art Truly Is Long: Museum of Modern Art to Buy ‘The Clock’
03.10.11 Musée d'Orsay's 'renaissance' casts impressionism in spectacular new light
03.10.11 This week's new exhibitions
03.10.11 For the first time in 30 years, Saint Louis Art Museum reunites Monet's Water Lilies


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