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Art Newspaper, Vol. XXI, No. 230, December 2011

Art Newspaper, Vol. XXI, No. 230, December 2011
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Publication Date Dec 2011
Description Headlines from this Issue: Opinion: What crisis? Super rich are still buying Anselm Kiefer on Jerusalem and the Kabbalah News: Are these drawings really by Francis Bacon? Family protest at neglect of Vasari archive Artists fight to retrieve work from Senegal Painful punishment for Palestinian Unesco membership Arts businesses take a hit September opening for collector’s space When vested interests hold all the cards The law vs scholarship Collector shot dead In the frame The vote and the penalty Venice Beach Biennial comes to Los Angeles Inadequate monitoring puts works at risk Don’t volunteer an opinion, and get a contract Leonardo: settling a musical score? Bourriaud lands job Campaign to build Malevich centre by artist’s grave Shock cancellation of key Unesco conference on Venice Fireworks at PST’s festival of performances Culture minister moves to conserve Moore Research sheds new light on Nazi-era art Judge halts art sell-off by Dutch bank Delvoye at Louvre Supreme Court to rule on lengthy copyright dispute Will Reynolds’s Omai return to Britain? Museums: Joanneum Quarter unveiled in Graz For the record: MoMA’s oral history project No new home for Munch Looted altar returns Collectors’ space opens in Dubai Kenwood’s star paintings to tour US A romantic tenth anniversary Crisis deepens at Britain’s empire museum The stench of war lingers in Dresden “Donors need to give more than art” Pop artist loses out New era at New York Historical Society Sharjah appoints American director Musée Picasso costs double… Hermitage hit in Madrid Hungarian national gallery director resigns in protest Disputed Munch at Leopold Museum Broad links East Lansing with Lahore Malmö Moderna reined in Treasury rules stop museums spending donors’ cash …and more space for Picasso in Barcelona Berlin’s 20th-century art to gain space of its own Correction DELETE What should we do with “our” antiquities? Axe-wielding ambassadors Peabody’s campaign A striking vessel, but who’s to steer it? Bid to buy bottle of naval history Sculptor’s dream ends Rodchenko library re-created Market: The good, the bad and the ugly Art-professionals directory to launch online Art on shifting sands Frieze NY names Nahmad gallery sued Dealer show gives a historical perspective Preparing Christie’s for a quantum leap Ivory virgin shines in medieval sale Pavilion fair NY is go, but partners split In the trade Chicago sign-ups Leibovitz cancelled Art market analysis Tide turns towards Old Master paintings Rhino horn proves popular at Christie’s Erotic Auction Brazil’s big push gets mixed results Noortman posts a loss after failing to hit Sotheby’s targets Japanese charity sale Trade stock online Art on shifting sands Paris Tableau highlights Rare Mughal painting of Christ flops True scale of alleged German forgeries revealed Seasonal fair means more choice for collectors Trade shock as French government seizes lost painting Lowry marches on Digital editions Museum works star in Russian sale Features: Beauty and ugliness in the urban wilderness Edward Burra revealed New York Diary A concise portrait of Maya Deren Why the art world is crazy about Cranach By Paul JeromackWhy the art world is crazy about Cranach Jetsam Designs for life Sexual obsessions and psychoanalysis take centre stage Conservation: Bolshoi raises its curtain Weapons at the ready in Castel Sant’Angelo LaFarge uncovered No more talking dirty Restoring Reynolds Frick enamels return Fund for Japan Christchurch’s heritage faces demolition The devil is in the detail Books: Too late and terribly tedious Reading between the lines At the centre of her own life, for once Need a last-minute Christmas present? Man Ray and Lee Miller: l’amour fou In Guston’s words
ISSN 09606556
Quantity 1
Format Newspaper
Publisher Umberto Allemandi & Co.
Month December 2011
Language English
Publication Art Newspaper, The

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