November, 2011

 

30.11.11 Art+Auction's Power 100: Francois Pinault, Dasha Zhukova, Larry Gagosian, and More
30.11.11 Art on shifting sands
30.11.11 ARTNET NEWS
30.11.11 Miami, City of Sun and Beaches, Is Now About Art
24.11.11 London's National Gallery crackdown on re-sale of Leonardo da Vinci exhibition tickets
24.11.11 Occupy Wall Street group looks to open arts space
24.11.11 Does art need bankers?
24.11.11 Degas on show at Royal Academy of Arts has government indemnity withdrawn
23.11.11 David Hockney v Damien Hirst
23.11.11 In Art Fraud Case, Defendant With a History Receives a Six-Year Sentence
23.11.11 SECRETS OF THE  FINE ART FUNDS
23.11.11 How Do Performance Artists Make Any Money? A Market Inquiry
22.11.11 Surf, Sand, and Site-Specific Installations: Preview the Hottest Wares at Art Basel Miami Beach
22.11.11 Where Be Your Gibes Now?: Damian Hirst's Grinning Diamond Skull to Preside Over His Tate Retrospective
22.11.11 US returns painting stolen in aftermath of Second World War to Germany
22.11.11 Lowry dominates British sales landscape
21.11.11 Sedition: Would you spend £500 on pixelated art?
21.11.11 Frieze New York Announces a Diverse Lineup of Exhibitors 
21.11.11 More than 125 art dealers, antique dealers and gallery owners present at PAN Amsterdam
21.11.11 This week's new exhibitions
21.11.11 Anger at Walmart heiress's $1.4bn gallery as art market becomes focus for protests
17.11.11 Impressionist masters from the Clark Collection on view at CaixaForum in Barcelona
17.11.11 Modigliani, Picasso and Chagall to feature in Bonhams' Impressionist & Modern art auction
17.11.11 What should we do with “our” antiquities?
17.11.11 Has peace broken out after the trial of Marion True?
17.11.11 Justice is slow, but Italy has not given up the fight
16.11.11 Top 10 art exhibitions of the week
16.11.11 Berthe Morisot: An Impressionist woman at the Museo Thyssen‐Bornemisza in Madrid
16.11.11 MIAMI ART WEEK 2011
16.11.11 Paris positions itself as photo capital
15.11.11 Chinese art market losing steam
15.11.11 Show of Hands, Please: Who Can Buy Art?
15.11.11 New York Contemporary Art sales review: an arresting development
15.11.11 Cultural Klondike exposed
15.11.11 J.M.W. Turner Heir Turns Up at the Tate to Demand that the Great Artist's Will Be Fulfilled
10.11.11 Pushkin accused of displaying a fake
10.11.11 Contemporary art sales raise $635m in just three days
10.11.11 Irascibility Pays Off as Clyfford Still Leads Sotheby's to a White-Hot $316 Million Postwar Art Sale
10.11.11 As Stocks Fall, Art Surges At a $315.8 Million Sale
09.11.11 200 Years Later, France Claims a Missing Artwork
09.11.11 The collection that Walmart built
09.11.11 Munch plans in disarray amid political row
09.11.11 Leonardo Live with Mariella Frostrup and Tim Marlow, review
09.11.11 Leonardo DiCaprio Watched as Christie's Stellar $248 Million Contemporary Art Sale Set Record After Record
08.11.11 Did Leonardo da Vinci paint the Salvator Mundi?
08.11.11 Who will follow baby boomers into the art market?
08.11.11 The problem with authenticating Warhol
08.11.11 Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan, National Gallery in London: review
08.11.11 Reporting a Down Third Quarter, Sotheby's Pins Its Hopes on the iPad
08.11.11 Third-Party Guarantees Carry Phillips de Pury to a $71.3 Million Contemporary Art Sale
03.11.11 Momart dispute reveals hazards of shipping art
03.11.11 Sympathy grows for alleged forgers
03.11.11 What a difference a day makes
03.11.11 Sotheby's Impressionist & Modern art brings nearly $200M, Klimt landscape sells for $404 M
02.11.11 NEW THIS MONTH
IN U.S. MUSEUMS
02.11.11 ARTNET NEWS
02.11.11 Impressionist and Modern Art Takes a Tumble at Christie's
02.11.11 Cheerio, Picasso!: Tate Britain to Spotlight the Modernist's Little-Known London Sojourn

 

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